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BetD

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  1. I received notice that mine has shipped and should arrive Thursday. I hope they will get you sorted quickly from here on out, @Anna N!
  2. Well… that certainly took a bit of faffing about, but I did as instructed and begin awaiting word.
  3. This looks so delicious, is there a recipe you would be willing to share? I want this for breakfast right now!
  4. I just did a sampling with the English audio and think that will be my option.
  5. Well, I can see what is on my docket for this afternoon! How much did you alter the time/temp?
  6. The toasts look so good, I am definitely going to try them! Thank you for the link.
  7. I found this to be a good read, if it has been shared before, I apologize… A Database of 5,000 Historical Cookbooks Is Now Online, and You Can Help Improve It .
  8. This happened a few years back… the why of it remains unclear to me still. https://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/heinz-debuting-mayocue-and-mayomust-for-those-times-when-mayochup-just-wont-cut-it
  9. Found this in my store today, right next to the Mayochup…. there were 4 or 5 bottles, all set to expire Jan 2023. I imagine that speaks to how often they sell. I will keep an eye out and see if they get new stock, and if they do, I will give it a try. Probably good in deviled eggs??
  10. Artichoke…. one of the strangest looking things I had been faced with on my dinner plate in my 7 or so years. What was I supposed to DO with it? Wait, I get a bowl of butter as well?? And I don’t really eat most of it??? Hey, this is fun! YUM
  11. Always nice to see this topic boosted, as I have picked up a number of ideas that have made my life easier/hands happier.
  12. BetD

    Forever Soup

    I found this article interesting as it reminded me of my aunt, who was a school teacher married to a cattle rancher. Her winters were spent in town, but summers were all at the ranch house. Her stove had a perpetual kettle of yum going the whole summer. Some days beef was added, some days beans, everyday things from the garden would find their way into the pot. It was always served up with fresh flour tortillas and was simply the best food ever. I miss her.
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