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Old 07-05-2017, 04:46 PM   #11
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hehe great story :)
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Old 07-15-2017, 09:45 PM   #12
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Thank you all for your welcoming comments. I enjoy writing and hope to entertain again soon. I've got lots of stories....
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Old 07-23-2017, 11:16 AM   #13
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Addie . Illigitimi non-carborundum has been my catch phrase for many years. How funny that it comes from you. It brought me back many years. If I remember correctly it was the motto of AXA, a favorite fraternity on the Dartmouth campus. Thank you for that fun memory.
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Old 07-23-2017, 10:50 PM   #14
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Addie . Illigitimi non-carborundum has been my catch phrase for many years. How funny that it comes from you. It brought me back many years. If I remember correctly it was the motto of AXA, a favorite fraternity on the Dartmouth campus. Thank you for that fun memory.
When the nasty people show up at my door, I just continue to smile and smile.

"Love your enemies. It will drive them crazy."
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Old 07-24-2017, 08:41 PM   #15
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Great story thank you! The only thing I love more about baking with parchment paper, was finding the precut rounds and half sheet stacks at King Arthur. The curve of the rolls makes me nuts!
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To Rparrny: I have found a supply of those sheets, too, but at a local cut rate shop. 9" Rounds, cookie sheets (half sheet size) like you, but also cupcake liners for Texas size muffins and the regular size, too. Love that King Arthur site for all the different things on it, though. K A is the go to for bread flour. Maybe I should think about putting them in my on line store....
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To Rparrny: I have found a supply of those sheets, too, but at a local cut rate shop. 9" Rounds, cookie sheets (half sheet size) like you, but also cupcake liners for Texas size muffins and the regular size, too. Love that King Arthur site for all the different things on it, though. K A is the go to for bread flour. Maybe I should think about putting them in my on line store....
I love KA and will use no other brand of flour in my baking but they are pricey. They have a newer program similar to Amazon Prime where you pay an annual fee for free shipping. I did it this year for the first time but I'm not sure it was worth it for me...
I'm also mad at them for getting rid of the baking circle last year...an online forum for baking. I was a member forever...probably since it's inception well over a decade and some of the best bakers in the world would give recipes and advice...I really miss it.
KA has some online baking classes on Etsy and when on sale which is pretty often they are a good value. Before the whole wheat baking class, the only thing the WW bread I baked was was good for was a lethal weapon. Once I started soaking my WW flour in milk in advance and using white flour, not WW on the counter for dusting, my WW breads were amazing.
I would love to find a cheaper source for my parchment so if your store does stock it at a better price, please let me know.
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