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Old 06-03-2012, 07:40 AM   #916
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I don't have time to read that until later---

A snake ,going on an evening stroll with and OX---Kind of brings up a picture of a flattened snake and a crying ox---

Perhaps the snake would ride on the Oxes head--easier to have a chat that way,too.

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Old 06-03-2012, 07:44 AM   #917
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June 3 and my furnace is running..dang
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:32 AM   #918
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I don't have time to read that until later---

A snake ,going on an evening stroll with and OX---Kind of brings up a picture of a flattened snake and a crying ox---

Perhaps the snake would ride on the Oxes head--easier to have a chat that way,too.
That's funny.
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:43 AM   #919
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Been busy Rossi?

No excuse ..we are busy too
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June 3 and my furnace is running..dang
Turn it off and bake some cookies or throw a roast in the oven. What's the temperature there?

I think it's in the low 60's here - perfect!

Oohh! I never should have mentioned putting a roast in the oven. That sounds so good right now. Mmmm..... throw in some fat carrots.... potatoes.... onions..... corn on the cob.... make some fresh cornbread or biscuits with butter melting on top and a dab of honey.... a glass of cold milk....

It reminds me of the Sunday dinners my mom made when I was a kid.
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Old 06-03-2012, 11:03 AM   #921
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60's is not perfect. Its freezing. 90's is perfect. I swim a few times a week. The pool is always 82 or 84. Its torture at first

That food sounds great...worth the drive to Michigan

When I first read it, I read a comma between fat and carrots and thought it weird to intentionally add fat.
There is that American biscuit thing again. I suppose having it is not alot different from our British based yorkshire pudding
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Old 06-03-2012, 11:05 AM   #922
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I've got to work when its starting to approach the sunday dinner prep time window. Is it too late to throw a frozen chunk of meat in the crock?? Do you think?
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90? That's just too hot.

Probably too late for frozen meat. But if you let it thaw while you're at work and throw it in the pressure cooker when you get home, it wouldn't take too terribly long. When it's almost done cooking, open the lid and toss in the veggies. Let it cook for another 20 minutes. Make the gravy with the juice. MAKE SOME BISCUITS () and enjoy.... still, it may be too late in the evening.

Or, thaw it overnight and put it in the crock pot in the morning.

I don't think I've ever seen or tasted Yorkshire pudding. Is it good?
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No pressure cooker

Here is a pic of yorkshire pudding. My dad used to make them . He sometimes called them pop overs. They never lasted long
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Those look delicious. Got a recipe?
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I will search if you like. I remember them a little fussy to make. I always buy them frozen. You're meant to eat them with a roast beef dinner with gravy

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Now I remember. You have to preheat the oil in the muffin cups first

http://www.canadabbhosts.com/recipes...irePudding.htm

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Those are tasty---I've made them,but so long ago---

From 'Joy of Cooking'--preheat oven to 450

Whisk together:
1 cup minus 1 table spoon all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt

In a large bowl-Whisk together:
Two large eggs
one cup milk

Add the flour mixtureand beat until well blended

Heat a 9x13 baking dish,preferably glass or ceramic,for 10 minutes:
Add 1/4 cup beef drippings or 4 tablespoons melted unsalted butter

Pour in the batter all at once. Bake for 15 minutes.
Reduce the temperature to 350 and bake until puffy and deep golden brown.

Cut into squares and serve immediately--it deflated quickly.


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Been busy Rossi?

No excuse ..we are busy too
Sorry, kid!
Yeah - busy!
This is remodeling from "Hello"!!!
The "fun" gets more and more!!!
I know - no excuse!!
Hope all is well - with you, and everyone!!
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(How come, all you people "Hi-Jacked" my thread??!!)
Where's some more "Recipes"???

Yorkshire Pudding!?!
Cool!!

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I've got to work when its starting to approach the sunday dinner prep time window. Is it too late to throw a frozen chunk of meat in the crock?? Do you think?
Don't ever throw any frozen meat into a "Crock-Pot"!!
Defrost it and cook it!
Then, throw it in!!
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