[quote:84b748b287="rickyruth"]I'm so new to this that I posted the wrong name --- thank you, HouseDragon! Ricky[/quote:84b748b287][color=darkblue:84b748b287] :oops: I misspelled her name but I see you found the recipe. Sorry CoffeeMom!BTW, I'm glad to find that recipe myself: [b:84b748b287][i:84b748b287]if you've read the label on the commercial stuff lately, it doesn't have any Pomegranate juice in it! [/i:84b748b287][/b:84b748b287] :evil: [/color:84b748b287]
one of my beloved recipes non diabetics have always loved:Make a graham cracker crust.Whip up one envelope s/free whippped topping mix. Fold in some raisins, nuts, one can of WELL DRAINED fruit cocktail. Mix well, add into the crust and refrigerate several hours for flavours to marry.amberCO
[quote:7ec2746e67="Strawberry Mama"][quote:7ec2746e67="Rita L"][quote:7ec2746e67="Strawberry Mama"][quote:7ec2746e67="Rita L"][quote:7ec2746e67="Strawberry Mama"]Haven't tried these yet but they're on my list![recipe=87634]Lemon cream liqueur[/recipe][recipe=62692]Lemon Tiramisu[/recipe][recipe=99151 ]Melt in Your Mouth Lemon Snowdrops[/recipe][recipe=80288]Smooth and Creamy Lemon Truffle Pie[/recipe] - This one I've made lots of times, and it's SO yummy, one of my mom's favorites![/quote:7ec2746e67]You will love Lemon cream liqueur I know I made it! Must make again![/quote:7ec2746e67]I'll have to wait awhile since I currently have "a bun in the oven". :D[/quote:7ec2746e67]Congratulations! wishing you and the baby much health and Happiness! As for the liqueur it can be made and stored in the freezer so it will be fine![/quote:7ec2746e67]Thanks, Rita. :) I actually saw the recipe and thought of my mom, who loves lemon stuff, so maybe I'll have to make her some. What did you use for the grain alcohol? Vodka?[/quote:7ec2746e67]Yes I used vodka that I do recall. I find vodka the must pleasant when making liqueurs.
[quote:a3c58931b3="Chef Zee"]South African Chicken Pie recipe #128312(This is a family meal, not individual hand-held chicken pies). As with all trad. dishes there are slight variations, and you taste and adjust as you like. If you can't find sago, try broken-up spaghettini/vermicelli, or leave it out altogether).[/quote:a3c58931b3]Our link is taking me here- [recipe=128312]Fudgy Hanukkah Gelt[/recipe] But your recipe sounds good.
I purchased a toaster for my family over 3 years ago and I can think of 2 times since that I have used my oven. They make really affordable, larger, multi purpose models these days. I'll never go back to using my stove full time. If nothing else, I would buy one just to have on stand-by if your oven should break down : )
I make a lazyme variation of Italian beef sandwiches by slicing leftover beef very thinly, adding leftover gravy thinned out to an au jus consistency by adding water (or using an enverope of au jus mix), then throw in oregano, garlic powder, dry basil or whatever until it tastes good. I then simmer it for awhile for flavor to meld and make beef even more tender. I assemble the sandwiches on either warmed hoagie buns or garlic bread. Sometimes after I assemble the sandwiches, I place some mozzarella cheese on top, wrap with foil and heat in oven until cheese is melted. I'm so glad I saw your post. I made a roast yesterday and have some left! The only problem is now I have to decide which one of these great recipes to use....
[quote:76ac070601="Mary the Disturbed Stick"][quote:76ac070601=":)shirley(:"]since it is a jam why not sub another jame of the same color such as raspberry or strawberry??[/quote:76ac070601]Nonononono, she's trying to [u:76ac070601]make[/u:76ac070601] the jam, the jam's not her ingredient. Cooks Thesaurus says: "Substitutes: Mix 1 C dark brown sugar + 2 teaspoons molasses OR palm sugar OR piloncillo OR brown sugar OR maple sugar OR date sugar".[/quote:76ac070601]lol i just saw her post ....thinking that she was clarifying what jaggery is :) thanks for the clarification :) so in other words nevermind :?
[quote:7565cce737="Marg@Cayman Designs"]This is my daughter's bedroom that I painted:[url]http://www.caymandesigns.com/photos/lizroom/lizroom.htm[/url]This is the jewelry I make:[url]http://www.caymandesigns.com/anklets/anklets.htm[/url]I'll post a picture of the baby blanket I'm crocheting when I get it done.Cayman[/quote:7565cce737]Marg....WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!That bedroom is absolutely [i:7565cce737]"enchanting"[/i:7565cce737]. What a great looking beautiful room for a little girl. She must have been absolutley thrilled. It looks like paradise! I love those double windows and the thin curtains that look like "princess fabric"!!! The vines over the windows and doors are beautiful. What an excellent job. :wink:
Have a good time, and don't leave any food in your vehicle!Sincerely,[img:7b6670cab3]http://rds.yahoo.com/S=96062883/K=bear+damage/v=2/SID=e/l=IVI/SIG=1220idhe4/EXP=1120692959/*-http%3A//ourworld.cs.com/robertwgross/redcar.jpg[/img:7b6670cab3]Mr. Yosemite Bear
I have a pre-paid Mastercard I use mainly for online purchases. However, it works anywhere that accepts MC.I have never had a problem with it and I put money on it at a local check cashing place nearby. The money is there instantly. I also get daily emails showing my balance as well as balance alerts anytime I use the card. I can check the balance online anytime. It costs me $1.50 to put money on there, no matter how much. I feel safer using this card online than a regular credit card.This is the one I use: https://www.netspend.com/account/index.mThere are many like this. I would go to a local check cashing place and see what their terms are (fees, atm usage, etc).
[quote:d6406440a0="Loves2Teach"]Hi, I am so sorry- I would swear I replied to your zaar mail.I am going to be honest, and say that it is a recipezaar adopted recipe. I wish I knew if it was right. It is on my list of my recipes to try out. I am really sorry![/quote:d6406440a0]No problem Loves!! :D I will try them out and see what happens and let you know!! :D :D
[quote:aded365d24="UnknownChef86"]They're going to take a tiny microscope and look in your pickup truck for adventurous math problems? :shock: :DSorry...just kidding.[/quote:aded365d24] :lol: :lol: :lol: The nurse who schedules surgeries couldn't pronounce it. :lol: :lol:
[quote:8863d52702="Iron Bloomers"]On an up note...I have rural delivery....living in the woods is like that. Our mail carrier leaves an envelope for us to fill out, insert a check, & put it back for her....it's a request for stamps..she then leaves the stamps the following day.A really nice thing to do for those who can't get out.[/quote:8863d52702]We have that luxury also, sure beats having drive to the post office. :D
[quote:89b241c042="simplemom"][quote:89b241c042="Chef~Kyle~In Middle Skool"]parentally blocked of course :lol: :lol:[/quote:89b241c042]Darn it! :) We'll see you there in a few years though I'm sure, right? :)[/quote:89b241c042]I hope :roll: :lol: