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  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/19/2014 05:58:36 EDT

    Have a good night too, winter. something I wanted to mention. PP has her own " coffee maker". It looks like a Keuric. I thought it was a riot, when I first saw it.you push a button, and out comes the more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/19/2014 03:57:54 EDT

    We posted at the same time. Peppers sounds great. Hope they taste just as good. Bon Appetite!
    Do what your heart feels is right; you will be criticized anyway.
    - Eleanor Roosevelt

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  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/19/2014 03:55:49 EDT

    Lunch? A blueberry yogurt and a large apple. I am stuffed. Just checked the weather back home. Looks like you have a beautiful day. It is overcast here today, but still 94. They are promising us rain more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/19/2014 10:58:48 EDT

    Morning, was up early to FT DS and DH, who now has arrived Birmingham safely. He had upgraded hid tix, so he has a sleeper seat and had slept the entire trip (9 hours - starting at 2 am). Had just tak more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/18/2014 02:41:43 EDT

    All you pictured uploaded, it just took time for some reason Thanks for the link. Looks like they have all kind of yummy stuff. Will try to order from them.  Do what your heart feels is right; you wil more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/18/2014 02:12:23 EDT

    That Quinoa recipe sounds delightful. Where do you get spouted Quinoa? Do you spout them yourself? Never seen them. Could you make the same recipe w/ just regular Quinoa? Do what your heart feels is r more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/18/2014 01:29:18 EDT

    Good morning, Another glorious day here. Sitting near a window, with the sun bright and warm. DS left very early this mornning, so I have been up quite a while, but having my hands full.  DH is now on more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/17/2014 09:25:31 EDT

    Honestly, I never had red cabbage soup. Doesn't appeal to me at all. Such a waste, when one can have sweet and sour red cabbage. LOL  DH is packing up and leaving tmw morning to go visit our UK son fo more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/17/2014 05:44:33 EDT

    I am drooling - just like PP. She is in her jumperoo, so I have time for the iPad.  Tell Dh not to get rid of even the tiniest celery roots. Good for soup making. Would love to come and chop. That red more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/17/2014 03:28:57 EDT

    That harvest looks front page magazine ready, Kar. Beautiful! I see you pick celery sticks, not the whole plant. Does the rest of the plant keep growing making more sticks? I see more onions. How are more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/17/2014 01:41:49 EDT

    Hello all, What a beautiful garden, you have, Kar. I took my time to take it all in. What a pleasure it must be to open the door and view it all.  Smart idea to collect the run off water. Does't that more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/16/2014 01:37:15 EDT

    Good afternoon ladies, Sorry, I have been MIA, but I had my handset full. No easy job to take care of a 6 months old. But I love it. Fed her at 9, then played w/ her for a couple of hours, then gave h more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/12/2014 12:59:51 EDT

    Hello, hot in Boston? Haven't checked the temps up North. Last nigh was beautiful here. 78 degrees, we ate outside and sat out late to enjoy the. Nice e vending. Hot again today, bu if amgetting used more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/11/2014 01:11:41 EDT

    Rama, I am excited for you. You are finally moving into you new home. It will be a big ( and busy) week for you. When my nephew moved a few years ago, he had a lot of stuff stored at his parent's hous more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/11/2014 12:45:31 EDT

    This BDC is a big pain. Could only get to the last page; wouldn't let me "turn" pages. All well here I TX. The A/C went on a blink last night - not a good thing here. But they came to fix it at midnig more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/10/2014 05:14:16 EDT

    Too bad your nap evaded you, tt. I feel one myself. But I am watching PP, while mom and are removing the painting tapes and put the furniture back. Right now, she fell asleep on the couch, so I can't more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/10/2014 01:48:00 EDT

    Good afternoon, Kar, it sounds like your migraines as gone away. Glad you were able to enjoy the pool party, even though you didn't go in. Nice spread. I might have stuffed myself too. Love the pictur more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/09/2014 01:13:37 EDT

    Good afternoon and greetings from Texax, i am here, but not until after another ordeal. Boarded mt 7 am flight alright. Mechanical problem. A bolt needed to be replaced. Waiting for the part and the m more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/08/2014 04:47:41 EDT

    God morning, Just about to leave. Thanks for all your well wishes. Will try to catch you from Texas. Stay healthy and happy. Blessings! Do what your heart feels is right; you will be criticized anyway more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/07/2014 05:22:15 EDT

    tt, I didn't mean to insult the American grown leeks. But leeks are not just leeks. Just like there are different kind of onions, there are different kind of leeks. They are a common vegetable in Euro more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/07/2014 03:04:34 EDT

    Leeks look like overgrown scallions. But they don't taste anything like them. I buy mine at Hannaford. They have the best and the least expensive. This morning I read that Hannaford's Belgian parent c more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/07/2014 02:56:33 EDT

    tt, you can make your pumpkin soup in a smaller amount. Now, that you have your stick blender, it will be easier to experiment w/ smaller amounts. Spicing up a dish is a personal preference. Start slo more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/07/2014 02:51:00 EDT

    Squash soup? Yummy! My GD would love that. She has just recently started on the solids, and she gobbles up butternut squash. Sweet potato not so much. And she doesn't care for banana either. Must be t more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/07/2014 02:41:14 EDT

    All this talk about stick blenders, make me remember the awesome potato/leek soup, I used to make. Have you ever used leeks for anything? They are in the onion family, but much milder and sweeter. One more »

  • Forum Post: August 2014

    Posted 08/07/2014 12:05:06 EDT

    I love your suggestions, tt and Kar, re the TY notes. I do hope, I embarrassed GM. Our DIL spent hours in btw. nursing, pumping, crying newborn, no sleep etc. to handwrite over 100 TY notes. So it can more »

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