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    Organic Mama - it was me who is sending you the veggie dish - will PM You!!!

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    What's a Nesco roaster (I should look it up on the web...)

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    Here is the Yummy Chicken recipe that I promised to the first person that signed up at the new home. It sounds like a weird combination but it is soooooooooooo good.

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    whinendine - I will make you a blueberry pie card.

    I would like -

    pasta casserole recipe
    appetizer recipe
    side dish recipe

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    Here I was wondering what to make for dinner tonight when in the mail arrives a fabulous (and rich!!!) recipe from paperscraps for "Chicken Pasta Toss". So that's what I'm making! Thanks paperscraps.

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    I will make you an appetizer recipe PaperScraps.

    I would like:

    a pecan dessert
    a cucumber something
    a colorful dish with normal/average ingredients (stuff at most groceries...not too exotic)
    Last edited by stillatthetop; 03-05-2008 at 05:56 PM.

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    hey there, stillatthetop! i could do you one colorful dish with "normal grocery store" ingredients!

    (trust me--growing up in northern WV, there wasn't a lot of exotic at the old Kroger's)

    I would LOVE it if someone could gift me with a recipe . . .

    for an easy lamb dish
    for something that uses quinoa
    for a fast one-pot or one-skillet dinner
    or
    for an entree that will make my chef husband say, "WOW! You made this for me!?"

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    KO PaperScraps...Here you are. Does this sound appetizing to you? I have your addy. Will post tomorrow AM if I am up early enough. I don't want it to sit in the damp mailbox all night.





    Hope you like it! If not, this recipe is up for grabs and I will make a new one for you. I wasn't sure if you eat seafood. (Mods, please don't worry about blurbing my email on this post.)

    {Queen of afterthought. I edit most all my posts, at least for typos. I just want to add that the labels on the front are both neon. Neon will not scan well. They remind me of sale stickers in the store. The Albertson's (a grocery store in Florida and maybe elsewhere...now out of business, I think) label is authentic, cut from a box of chalk pastels!}
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    Quote Originally Posted by stillatthetop View Post
    KO PaperScraps...Here you are. Does this sound appetizing to you? I have your addy. Will post tomorrow AM if I am up early enough. I don't want it to sit in the damp mailbox all night.





    Hope you like it! If not, this recipe is up for grabs and I will make a new one for you. I wasn't sure if you eat seafood. (Mods, please don't worry about blurbing my email on this post.)

    {Queen of afterthought. I edit most all my posts, at least for typos. I just want to add that the labels on the front are both neon. Neon will not scan well. They remind me of sale stickers in the store. The Albertson's (a grocery store in Florida and maybe elsewhere...now out of business, I think) label is authentic, cut from a box of chalk pastels!}

    I love it! Thank you.

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    Recipe card PIF

    Ok PaperScraps, Here is a sneek peek at your Casserole recipe.
    Last edited by Bizzyare; 03-08-2008 at 11:42 AM.

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    Hi Amy faerie,

    I can make you a recipe using Quinoa, it is a sort of nut loaf.

    Hugs
    I would like

    A Cheesy supper dish
    Any potato recipe
    Unusual starter dish for a dinner party.


    Note: I don't use any flesh ( meat, poultry,offal,fish or shellfish) - eggs and cheese are fine!

    I can adapt some reipes using soya/quorn.

    Quote Originally Posted by amyfaerie View Post
    hey there, stillatthetop! i could do you one colorful dish with "normal grocery store" ingredients!

    (trust me--growing up in northern WV, there wasn't a lot of exotic at the old Kroger's)

    I would LOVE it if someone could gift me with a recipe . . .

    for an easy lamb dish
    for something that uses quinoa
    for a fast one-pot or one-skillet dinner
    or
    for an entree that will make my chef husband say, "WOW! You made this for me!?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bizzyare View Post
    Ok PaperScraps, Here is a sneek peek at your Casserole recipe.

    It looks wonderful!

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    Here's the Blueberry Pie with Crumble Topping for whinendine.
    Last edited by PaperScraps; 09-28-2009 at 02:08 PM.

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    Ooh look at all the gorgeous art goin' on here... Here is my long overdue sanwich recipe for Paperscraps. I must confess though, its actually a semi-sandwich recipe and it is absolutely dee-lish.




    Instead of beer, you could add a dash of Lea Perrins or if you're feeling dangerous a nice splosh of tabasco...

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    Hi Amyfaerie, I have now finished both of your recipes and will post out next week

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    These are all making me quite hungry! Lovely cards everyone.

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    ria, i was just gonna thank you for pickin' up my quinoa challenge, and here you've posted both cards for lookie-loos! i love them!

    that quinoa recipe sounds like nothing i've ever heard of, which means i can't wait to rock it out!

    btw, what's "caster sugar"?
    I updated my available ATCs on September 30th, 2019 . . . I have a lot of available cards, and I'm always willing to trade!

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    I got a wonderful recipe from amyfaerie! Thanks. Chicken and peppers with cilantro...I love cilantro. I should plant some in my garden this year. Thanks for reminding me!

    [I just realized that her card for me actually smells like FOOD! Cayanne pepper, to be exact! Too funny!]
    Last edited by stillatthetop; 03-09-2008 at 11:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyfaerie View Post
    btw, what's "caster sugar"?
    Caster sugar, is just a finer grain than regular granulated sugar. Not like icing sugar tho, its a good bit chunkier than that. Did that help? probably not... Ria, Ria, calling Ria...

    * check out amy's vamped up avatar - oooOoh! *

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    Ria Inactive

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    Hi Amyfaerie, this what I found to best describe it

    Castor sugar : Castor or caster sugar is the name of a very fine granulated sugar in Britain, so named because the grains are small enough to fit though a sugar "caster" or sprinkler. Because of its fineness, it dissolves more quickly than regular white sugar, and so is especially useful in meringues and cold liquids. It is not as fine as powder sugar, which has been crushed mechanically (and generally mixed with a little starch to keep it from clumping).
    If you can't get it, then regular sugar would do!

    Quote Originally Posted by amyfaerie View Post
    ria, i was just gonna thank you for pickin' up my quinoa challenge, and here you've posted both cards for lookie-loos! i love them!

    that quinoa recipe sounds like nothing i've ever heard of, which means i can't wait to rock it out!

    btw, what's "caster sugar"?

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