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Yummy!!! Want some company for dinner? :)
do you have a name for your crockpot like Judy did? LOLBTW the foods sounds yummy!
Once again this now-80-yrs-young woman learns something new from you, Carol. Saving cereal "dust" to use as crumbs. I will from now on!! Thanks, Shirley
Shirley, since dry cereal (not the sweet kid stuff) is often used in place of bread crumbs, wht waste the dregs of the cereal bag that no one seems to care for in the cereal bowl? if my rare chance I do have sweetened cereal, that cereal bag dust is saved separately for adding to fruit crisps, cookie dough, bread puddings where it'll blend right in.
Hi Carol...I am glad you are recovering well. I have a couple comments about past posts. I also had many "friends" on the aol message boards. The onlyboard I can remember was Kitchen Frugality. One of the posters on that board even sent me a small electric pressure cooker when I expressed dismay that they were not being made. I learned many things from those boards including the tip that you can make buttermilk with one cup of buttermilk and 4 cups of regular milk left on the counter overnight. But I also wanted to ask you about your CSA. You are paying good money for it. Does it bother you that they include PYO items? Anyway love your blog and look forward to learning from you.
Carol-pyo=pick your own. No, doesn't bother me, it's part of the experience. : )I miss having my own garden, this is a good compromise.
Got it!! I always save the bag the cereal comes in after emptying aka throwing away the "dust" - Just shaking my head at myself! It takes a village!! Have a good day! Shirley
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