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heidih

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  1. Coconut lover here as well. Married to a Panamanian I was making my own milk from fresh cocos in the '70s. Curious if it uses some toasted coconut for accent or just all milk?
  2. heidih

    Dinner 2020

    Agreed on the monkfish. I would only buy it from a fish shop way out of my way but with excellent always fresh product. Best lobster prices in town also. We won't talk about the time I scaled a big snapper on the coffee table. Pretty scales that looked like shiny tiddly-winks for months...
  3. heidih

    Dinner 2020

    @Norm Matthews I think my stepmother has your same placemats. Drive me nuts, but everythng does.
  4. I use it all the time in rubs and to make a dip for egg rolls, spring rolls, dumplings an similar. I sprinkle it in soups where it makes sense, or in a tadka (I know it uses the whole spice but works for me). And any application where you want the mustard I use it when whole seeds are not in pantry..
  5. My Los Angeles climate is dry dry dry so maybe the difference or as I told someone here - a piece of cardboard under the big kid can prevent that rot spot.
  6. heidih

    Dinner 2020

    Nice food. At least the aluminum disposable pans are being used. I know not environmentally wonderful but SO handy.. I give them a quick rinse and store in freezer for re-use unless punctured. I love cooking but hate cleaning
  7. Yes that is a sexy purple pepper. On the ginormous zuke - I've said before - sometimes I just let a few go, harden like a winter squash and use as Fall/Halloween decor. Martha hollows it out from one end and uses a dremel tool to create holes so candles inserted can glow through. Or like this
  8. I had a vine in my yard once. You could HEAR the caterpillars munching as walked to mailbox! That loud and aggressive.
  9. heidih

    Dinner 2020

    Oh just get the box ')
  10. heidih

    Lunch 2020

    I will take one of those over a beef one any day
  11. We have the vines like weeds here (a Gulf Fritillary attractant) but the truly worthy ones are a different type. Best I ever had were from a swap meet in Ventura. The scent was super intoxicating on the drive home. Giant bag for nothin in money. https://www.butterfliesathome.com/gulf-fritillary-butterfly.htm#:~:text=Nectar and Host Plants Used,Passion Vine and Passion Flower.
  12. So a user friendly car eating kit is on deck? I mean what ya keep in the car. I read it somewhere in a Marlena de Blasi book.
  13. Check the gardening topic or Margaret The link is to a tomato discussion also links to good sites https://awaytogarden.com/late-blight-and-tomato-diseases-with-dr-meg-mcgrath/
  14. Wow kudos. A LOT of thought put into it and clear enough to engage people. Best of luck!
  15. heidih

    Breakfast 2020!

    Oh there is a phrase "to eat neatly is not to eat well at all" Your shrimp is quite appealing. Not a GRITS girl
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