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  1. Those look like they'd be good with some nice cheese as well.
  2. Wow, Now I want that too!
  3. @blue_dolphin that fennel and apples would be a fabulous side dish for any holiday meal. I would love it for Thanksgiving!
  4. TNT and TBS both had a showing tonight not sure if it was the first entire episode. . Can't say I saw anything such as dining. I'll save my reviews for a more appropriate forum
  5. Desirable Vintage Cookware

    @aperture I've never heard of this being a thing. I can see where something low and heavy would be ideal for the task as it would not easily tip over, but woe unto anyone who tried it with mine!
  6. Will definitely ask my 91 year old German neighbor. She loves sweets and would probably have one.... as soon as we get around to getting my oven fixed (sensor is out!)
  7. @Kim Shook Been wanting to make one of these since I saw them on Pinterest. I have a tube pan, but no bundt, and no storage for one.
  8. Lunch! What'd ya have? (2018)

    It's not a thing per say, it's just that when we were in MS when I was growing up, we did a lot of gardening and canning. it was not unusual to can any where from 30-40 gallons of sweet pickles each summer. They were an integral ingredient in both of my grandmother's chicken salad recipes. Both of my grandmothers did equally as much canning as long as their health allowed. Because we don't have access to that much produce anymore, we don't have the pickles, but the brine is an easy fix/substitute. (we do make and use cheater pickles)
  9. @Shelby That meat looks so good. No hunters in this household, but if there were I'd definitely be using the dark meat.
  10. Pimento Cheese

    @Kim Shook I've got a batch in the fridge right now, bring the crackers and get over here!
  11. Now made even easier by buying the already shelled ones!
  12. Pimento Cheese

    Indeed it would, just no breads with too light of a crumb, as the oil just seeps through. I will give the Triscuits a try next time I make the spread.