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Maison Rustique

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  1. If you're looking for a copy of the user's manual and no one here has one, I've got 2 suggestions. Contact WS and ask them if they can send one. Look on eBay to see if someone is selling one that has the manual. Contact the seller and ask if they will make a copy of the manual and send it to you (you'd pay for the copies/postage). I just had someone do that with a tapedeck I'm selling. :wink:

  2. Those sites look fantastic, Janet!

    I don't know if it is "just me" though, but the links are not working.  :sad:

    If it is just my computer, I'll hunt them up separately. . .lovely stuff.  :smile:

    The links don't work for me either. (Using Firefox.)

  3. I received this message from a friend:

    My son was stationed in Korea for two years and is being xferred back to the states and is currently home on leave. I asked him what he would like me to have in the house for him while he was home and he requested Banana Milk.

    I told him that I never heard of it. I've heard of Banana Shakes but not just plain Banana Milk. He said that it's a common drink in Korea and he's hooked on it.

    Does anyone have a recipe that might be reasonably authentic, but with ingredients readily available in the US?


  4. I'm sure it wouldn't take a ton of experimentation to come up with a homemade rub/seasoning mix/whatever that works better than the commercial, shelf-stable, preserved, overly salty, laden with MSG, packaged variety. Here are the Lipton ingredients:
    Onions, Salt, Cornstarch, Onion Powder, Sugar, Corn Syrup Solids, Caramel Color, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Yeast Extract, Monosodium Glutamate, Natural Flavors, Disodium Inosinate And Disodium Guanylate.

    I haven't ever tried it, but somewhere I have a recipe for a homemade version. If I can find it easily enough I'll post it later.

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