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Old 11-20-2004, 05:39 PM   #11
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I think these comments we all understand but find it hard to explain, especially about the sauteed rice (dry pan). I think all stuff is better roasted before cooking, it gives a depth of flavor that nothing else can duplicate. All good comments - ok oldcoot?????

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And when I grill a half head of romaine it also has a nutty flavor :?


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Hello oldcoot..long time no see..good to see you back on the forum again. How is your BW and Lady doing? I do visit the other web site and "Lurk" but I don't do much posting.
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Im allergic to nuts. :( Except peanuts..... and that really isnt a nut. Its in the legume (bean) family. :?

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