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  1. And your thriftiness, especially after reading this “It was mush. Bland, unseasoned, evil mush.”
  2. It appears to be the JosephJoseph Dimple Non-drip Ice Cream Scoop (eG-friendly Amazon.com link) with a goodly smear of chocolate ice cream on it.
  3. An absolute necessity for any “HappyLifeColorfulKitchen”!
  4. You found the same reference! Wasn’t sure if it would be available to you with all the country and regional restrictions on content. I was leaning toward 80’s. They say salt, but high proof alcohol would surely be better!
  5. What is the brand on that? Any thoughts on approximate age? Google images failed me. I do recognize the lid on the floor to the right 😂.
  6. We in the desert have no plans. It’s hot ‘n humid (humid for us at least, anything over 15% is humid), therefore no real appetite or desire to cook. If it’s clear enough, we’ll be able to see the fireworks from Twentynine Palms, otherwise there’s “A Capital Fourth” on PBS. And praying that some fool air b’nb tourist doesn’t set off illegal fireworks and burn us all to the ground. 😱
  7. Excellent! Enjoy “Wine summer 2021”👍👍
  8. Yesss! Someone else that uses their microwave as a food safe. For us nothing has ever been bothered there.
  9. Wow! Crazy stuff On the bright side, you weren’t holding the glass when it happened.
  10. Free doorstops for @Shelby!! Channel your inner DIY queen and make them gorgeous. 🤣 “I opened it up and these were in the box laying half out of the bag:”
  11. @Darienne Thank you for sharing both the Basic Cornstarch Ice Cream recipe and the recommendation for the Triple Ginger Ice Cream recipe. I adapted the triple ginger recipe to the cornstarch base. I went with the 2 cream and 1 half and half, oh my is it rich! I’ll try your preferred amounts next time. My Cuisinart ICE-20 did a great job with it, I’ve had it for at least 5 years (also a thrift store find, I think it was all of $4), did a few “acceptable” batches from the user manual when I first got it, then lost interest because they were just acceptable. After today’s experience, I’m sure it was the “egginess” that put me off.
  12. The”smaller bowl” is the one that is towel lined and used to proof the boule. The “larger bowl” is another bowl that’s large enough to allow the bread to rise, it gets rinsed out with water and put over the top of the bread just before putting it in the oven.
  13. Excellent find! I was going to suggest a forum/website with resources for your restoration, but I see you’re already there!🤣 (and have been for a long time)
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