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You have cleverly combined a spinach salad with pizza ingredients; BRAVO!
Your delicious recipe for All American Ranch Spinach Shrimp Pizza was posted on January 17 - my birthday; I take it as a personal compliment.... Thank you for your exceptional gift; nutritious, healthy and an excellent combination of vitamins, minerals and c..."
Jan 31, 2013 on Food.com
Mama Seward's Almond Joy to The World
Dec 4, 2012 in Show Us Your Holiday Cookies 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Southwestern Stuffed Bell Peppers
"Country Lady served these "Bring Back Memories" stuffed peppers at her gorgeous home yesterday..... There are not enough stars in heaven to rate this recipe..... Soooooooo good.....
Thanks Marg; you are the best by far.
Nov 12, 2012 on Food.com
Member of the Month: Zurie
Jun 5, 2012 in Show Us Your Holiday Cookies 2012 on Food.com
Favorited Chef ChefDebs
Dec 10, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Honey Pecan Chicken Cutlets
"I don't know what happened to the original review. It must have gotten gobbled up with the honey/pecan. Let me reiterate, without deviating from the original accolades.....
This recipe is, in a word YUMMMMMMY! I had planned on chicken for dinner and when this recipe fell into my plans from Mirj's food blog (Mirriyummy), it was a marria..."
Sep 8, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Honey Pecan Chicken Cutlets
"OOPS, forgot the all important stars I give it 5 thumbs up!"
Sep 7, 2011 on Food.com
Gone, but not Forgotten. Where is she? someone asked. Not far was the loud response. Certainly not hiding in a large roasting pan, although I do have one about the size of a hog.
If I don't do this now, I never will, and if I never will, who will tell me if I am any good at the literature game? I am taking some time off to concentrate on writing a book...and you people have been distracting me. Oh yeah, sez you... What kinda book? Well, one with about 200 pages, give or take a dozen or so... maybe 300 who knows? Everyone knows Toolie has a lot to say at the best of times.
A DIY book??? Naaahhh, I'll leave that to the real mechanics at Canadian Tire and Home Depot.
A Recipe Book? Yeah, Right!!!! Like I would compete with this site or any other... Not in this lifetime... I have a tough enough time competing with some of you chefs, so I just don't, and won't.
Oh sure, I will cook some of your recipes, for special occasions. Pictures? Who knows? but don't hold your breath. Posting in the forums? Perhaps, but not on a regular basis... Posting recipes??? from time to time....
Why hang around, you say? Because I wanna keep my terrific handle. There is only one TOOLBELT DIVA folks... Dat Be Me!
Remember, be careful what you say, you might find yourself in the second paragraph of page 150, or thereabouts.
In October, 2007 my youngest sister, Marie lost her battle with ALS. In her memory, therefore, I post the following:
Time passes. Life happens. Distance separates. Jobs come and go. Love waxes and wanes. Hearts break. Parents die. Careers end. Life happens ...
BUT...... Sisters are there, no matter how much time and how many miles are between you.
When you have to walk beside one dear to you in that lonesome valley, the women in your life will be on the valley's rim, cheering you on, praying for you, pulling for you, intervening on your behalf.
They will walk beside you, share your sorrow and share your tears, knowing all the while God is there with you, to give you the strength and faith you need and the everlasting blessings of healing love.
BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE HAPPEN IN THE WORLD (M. Gandhi)
IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO BECOME WHAT YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO BE (Georges Eliot)
THAT WHICH WE PERSIST IN DOING BECOMES EASIER, NOT THAT THE TASK ITSELF HAS BECOME EASIER, BUT THAT OUR ABILITY TO PERFORM IT HAS IMPROVED. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Have fun everyone! Remember, look out for the guy in back of the guy in front of you!!!
Food is my second favourite past time.
Lacquered Squab W/ Gingered Cabbage and Fennel-Pear Puree has become my favourite thing to cook, because it is a challenge
Poultry of any description, any combination of ingredients, big birds, little birds, any and all edible birds, fit for human consumption. Tell me what you have and I will cook it, eat it, review it. If I like it I will tell you; If I don't like it you will never know I cooked it, and I will never cook it a second time. I would not insult your intelligence with a bad review.... although I may have done it in the past.... if you deserved it.
I have reserved a chapter, for posterity, of reviewers who do not know the meaning of kindness but are bent on making other folks unhappy with their comments. What persuades them?
Folks, if you have nothing nice to say, it would be nice to say nothing.....
Suggestions for Fasting and Feasting:
Fast from discontent; feast on thankfulness.
Fast from worry; feast on trust.
Fast from anger; feast on patience.
Fast from hate; feast on love