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Crystal

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    Across the street from Normal
  1. The Sponge monkies are strange but, that jingle is a popular one in our house. My husband and I have been know to belt out "They are a dollar off!" at each other as a greeting.
  2. Crystal

    Honeycrisp Apples

    I Love, Love, Love these. So far I've only found them at the farmers market. Crystal
  3. Crystal

    Bagged Teas

    I'm a big fan of the Republic as well. I have one of their bottled iced teas every time I eat at my favorite restaurant (I don't drink wine). Crystal
  4. I thought I was the only one......... I've never chilled it before hand though-hmmm no more drips all over my chin.
  5. Crystal

    Packaged Cookies

    Hate Girlscouts-cookie's that is. I don't "get" oreos. I prefer my cookies chewy or cake-y rather than crispy so most store boughts are out. I have an eat-the -whole-box love of 'Nilla Wafers (which my husband is quick to point out is a wafer and therfore not really a cookie), but, they have to be slightly stale. A night spent in the freezer can create this effect. Archway oatmeal raisin, chocolate chip, sugar drop, molasses, and windmill cookies are favorites because they remind me of my grandmother. Ming Tsai had (has?) cookies at Target that are chocolate with chunks of crystalized ginger in them that my children and I would devour after returning home from a shopping trip at the Chez. Crystal
  6. My mother's kitchen has no cutting board (everything is held in her hand while cutting off bits with a paring knife), no chef's knife, no dry measuring cups, and not many real tupperware type storage containers-she collects tiny margarine tubs "just in case". We usually avoid eating Mom's cooking by ordering pizza whenever a large number of us are visiting. Recently, she began making "pizza" by using bisquick, jarred sauce, and whatever shredded cheese happens to be on sale. Crystal
  7. Black & Whites. MMmmmmmmm, black & whites..............
  8. Crystal

    Tomato Sandwiches

    Oh Man! I'm all out of tomatoes. My mother's recipe and technique: two slices of cheap store brand white bread tomato slices onion slices-Vidalia onion, please MIRACLE WHIP-never Mayo, my mother despises real mayo MARGARINE- never butter s&p Spread miracle whip on one slice of bread, spread margarine on the other. Sprinkle one of the prepared bread slices with pepper and the other with salt. Stack tomato and onion between bread slices and eat. Use several store brand paper napkins to wipe up chin juice. I stray just a bit from her "recipe". Crystal-white trash princess
  9. My mother does not own a cutting board. Everything is cut with a paring knife over whatever pot it's going to be cooked in. In an effort to be the exact opposite of my mother-I have many knives and cutting boards that I use to prep. food. Crystal
  10. Crystal

    Baking tiles

    I bought my baking stone from King Arthur. I tried to locate the unglazed quarry tiles at the DIY/Hardware stores in town. At each location I was assisted by uninfomred 17 year old boys often found repeating "unglazed???" "Cory tiles??" . Crystal
  11. Crystal

    White Trash Delicacies

    Hey! Where'd ya git my Mom's recipe?!?!?! (why, oh why isn't there a one-toothed smilie?) Crystal
  12. Here you go: The dough after the first rise, shaped into balls: On the cast iron griddle: The final product: I caught an episode of Baking With Julia the other night with Naomi Duguid and Jeffrey Alford making naan-I think I'll try their recipes and techniques next. Crystal edit to repair funky pic link.
  13. I learned this little tidbit the last time I had dinner with my sister and her family. I'm a fork switch-over person. My husband is right handed but, has always held his fork in his left hand. Crystal
  14. Epicurious if for no other reason than these reviews. Crystal I've found that the Food Network Canadian website is better than it's American counterpart.
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