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Old 11-13-2003, 09:23 AM   #1
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Old 11-13-2003, 02:19 PM   #2
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Hi nav,

I really don't know how to answer your question as I'm not sure what exactly you are asking. I can assure you it's only because of my lack of knowledge on the topic!! I thought I could help but even doing a search on the topic I don't think I'm finding what you are asking for.

Can you give some more examples? Maybe that will help.
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Old 11-15-2003, 10:11 AM   #3
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Old 11-15-2003, 11:15 AM   #4
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Whew - LOL nav, I'm glad you explained that in more detail - Mmmmmm as far as cooking with gloves people do that now but more for sanitary reasons and I use mine for holding a hot, baked, whole chicken, or putting my gloved hands in boiling water to make mozzarella.

As far as a "new" gadget in the kitchen someone has marketed a "machine" that attaches to your pot and constantly stirs it - that's pretty neat. I guess I'll have to think of this as I'm cooking tonight - I'll report back!!
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Old 12-01-2003, 02:43 AM   #5
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. . . putting my gloved hands in boiling water to make mozzarella.
Oh, MY, elf!! Could you PUH-LEASE post that mozzarella recipe? I had given up on finding any cheese recipes other than cottage! :o

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Old 12-01-2003, 09:40 AM   #6
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All you do to make mozzarella is buy cheese curds - place in a very large bowl that can handle the boiling water. When your water comes to a rolling boil pour over the cheese, take your GLOVED hands and start squishing the cheese together - when it has come together and is thoroughly mixed you then dip it in ice water to cool it off.

At this point you can either roll in little balls and place in olive oil (you could even flavor the oil with fresh basil leaves and some pink berries, or you can roll out with a rolling pin and slather with a layer of pesto, then a layer of sun-dried tomatoes, then a layer of proscuitto, roll jelly-roll fashion, then roll in wax paper folding ends down. Put in refrigerator and when ready slice into pinwheels.
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Elf you keep this up and I'm gonna need a shield for my keyboard! That sounds soooo.....ummmm....good :D :D Gonna try it!
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Old 05-06-2004, 02:01 PM   #8
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My theory is that NAV has been captured by terrorists and is being held in a secret compound in Pakistan where he is allowed to surf the internet, but his outgoing traffic is monitored carefully. He cannot come out and ask for help, so he is posting various messages on this cooking forum that make no sense, in the hope that someone will catch on and alert the American embassy in Pakistan to send in the troops to rescue him.
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Old 05-06-2004, 03:25 PM   #9
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Yes Jasonr! I feel that youre on to something! OR NAV lives in Australia...... and after he had his quiche pan stolen, he went to get it back, and now the Wallaroo are holding him hostage! (Please refer to the topic: Where to buy Cast Iron in Australia)
Poor NAV is probably forced to make quiche night and day. His only hope is when he goes to look up another quiche recipe on the internet to appease the Wallaroo. :(
I will have a candle light vigil for him tonight. :(
The Wallaroo are a part of the Axis of Evil... and MUST be stopped!! :x
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Last I heard, someone had stuffed a Black Mane African Lion with him and he was roasting on a spit in Columbus.

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