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Old 08-11-2009, 12:31 AM   #1
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Discuss Cooking Summer Newsletter!

“SUMMERTIME, AND THE LIVIN' IS EASY”

Ahh, the summer! Time to relax, kick back, and enjoy life. This issue of the newsletter highlights many aspects of the season basically revolving around food. This IS a Discuss Cooking Newsletter after all! So grab a pitcher of lemonade or Ice Tea and enjoy the fruits (and vegetables, meats, etc.) of the season.

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In this issue we have:
  • We asked the members what their all time favorite summer food was and results might surprise you.
  • Member spotlight on MexicoKaren and she shares an amazing Mexican Meatball recipe with us.
  • GB talks Ceviche (a Latin American dish)
  • KitchenElf shares an unconventional white sangria drink recipe
  • Cooking to Stay Cool by our member Bugs
  • Enjoying Summer Sundays
  • Summer Weddings
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Old 08-11-2009, 01:26 AM   #2
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Don't you mean you have asked the mods?

LOL, Well that's all good, I think my fav summer time dish would be A good dog with all the trimmings along with a beer and chips!
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Don't you mean you have asked the mods?
Nope he meant we asked the members. A poll was posted here on 5/8/09.

The newsletter looks great. Thanks to everyone who participated. There will be more opportunity to participate on the next one for anyone who is interested.
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Nice newsletter.....THANKS MexicoKaren for sharing your recipes!!
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Didn't see this in the results so far so it must be aggregated somewhere. But my favorite is ribs either beef or pork. They can be a bit of effort but it's worth it in the end. Aged with a good dry rub, smoked or grilled (or both) and finished with a great sauce. Ummm Finger licken heaven Combine this with some good grilled corn, maybe some salad, complement with great sour dough and finish with fresh fruit. How can you beat that?
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Old 08-11-2009, 03:04 PM   #6
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Nope he meant we asked the members. A poll was posted here on 5/8/09.

The newsletter looks great. Thanks to everyone who participated. There will be more opportunity to participate on the next one for anyone who is interested.
Thank you GB!

I guess if you snooze, you lose :)
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Didn't see this in the results so far so it must be aggregated somewhere. But my favorite is ribs either beef or pork. They can be a bit of effort but it's worth it in the end. Aged with a good dry rub, smoked or grilled (or both) and finished with a great sauce. Ummm Finger licken heaven Combine this with some good grilled corn, maybe some salad, complement with great sour dough and finish with fresh fruit. How can you beat that?
The results can be found both in the newsletter and at the link GB noted above.
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Old 08-11-2009, 09:58 PM   #8
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nobody likes smores???? what the heck??

oh well more for me
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QUICK! Everyone hide your s'mores!
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nobody likes smores???? what the heck??

oh well more for me
Does smores cereal count?
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