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Old 03-17-2019, 11:17 AM   #16
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Ktown, a good way to make potatoes fast ó is to put some small potatoes
(with skins on) in the microwave for a few minutes. Then slice them like
home fries or cut them into small squares and brown them up with salt/pepper
and also some Paprika (paprika is a natural browning agent) a dash of garlic
powder is good too.

They are good made this way, fast and easy. Great with steak, hamburger,
chicken, eggs, whatever.

Note, donít forget to puncture the potatoís with a knife first.

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Quite yur braggin' woman Fish, corned beef, vegetables GAD.
Oh, I forgot you that you guys in the back hills of Kentucky are so sensitive!
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Oh, I forgot you that you guys in the back hills of Kentucky are so sensitive!
Just for that I won't tell you I got a line on yeast at a decent price and I'm checking out Bialys and Bagels again. Remember those from another place?
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Just for that I won't tell you I got a line on yeast at a decent price and I'm checking out Bialys and Bagels again. Remember those from another place?
Ha, I got you one up on yeast! My son belongs to Costco and picks up yeast
in a big container and gives me half ( which is about 2 cups) I keep it
in the freezer...it lasts forever. Iím down to less than 1 cup.
It real cheap at Costco...
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Oh, I forgot you that you guys in the back hills of Kentucky are so sensitive!



Uhh. I think that sensitive one is is Texas.
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It a reference to my friends that moved to San Diego ...they say they canít get
any decent food in California...tofu burgers, everything organic, horrible bread,
No decent Italian food or Chinese food. No good bagels, horrible kniches,
god awful pizza...and all food in the market is super expensive. Even avocados
are expensive.
They said itís like living in the back hills of Kentucky!
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Ha, I got you one up on yeast! My son belongs to Costco and picks up yeast
in a big container and gives me half ( which is about 2 cups) I keep it
in the freezer...it lasts forever. Iím down to less than 1 cup.
It real cheap at Costco...
I got 4 lbs. coming in a few days. $4 and change a pound. That's 13+ cups.
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Uhh. I think that sensitive one is is Texas.
Uh, I don't think she's a geographic whiz Colbyt.

Ducking and running here.
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It a reference to my friends that moved to San Diego ...they say they canít get
any decent food in California...tofu burgers, everything organic, horrible bread,
No decent Italian food or Chinese food. No good bagels, horrible kniches,
god awful pizza...and all food in the market is super expensive. Even avocados
are expensive.
They said itís like living in the back hills of Kentucky!
That's just not true. They just need to look around. They're insulting Calif & Kentucky.
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They said it’s like living in the back hills of Kentucky!

On the flip side, you'll find things on the menu [not restaurant] in the back hills that folks in the city would never think about eating.
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On the flip side, you'll find things on the menu [not restaurant] in the back hills that folks in the city would never think about eating.
You mean things like Owl gizzards and Hawk eggs fried in possum fat?
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They (nor I) did not mean to offend the entire state of Kentucky or California.
Their comparison was to point out that in the back hills - there wouldnít be
shopping centers all over the place that would have the things
that they were able to purchased in the NY grocers such as
Jewish deliís, Italian, Greek, and Asian grocers, Spanish markets, Jewish
and Italian bakeries... Our friends in Florida have the same complaint,
They canít get the same ethnic food as they can in NY.

Here in NY, we have practically everything. Although, Iíve never had a corn dog
or a fried Twinkie, but, are able to purchase Gabriella knishes, fresh
prosciutto bread, bialys, and San Genaro pastries during lent to name a few
ethnic things.

The prices are in NY are also very competitive...we often purchase lobster
at 4.99 a pound on sale, and occasionally for 3.99 a pound.
In San Diego Ďaí lobster is something our friends purchase for a birthday present.

My apologies to anyone that took this as an insult and personal attack.
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I was not offended, I knew you were ragging on me, don't know about the others. I could probably get most of those things in the Houston area but I'm not going to drive 40/50 miles oneway in this traffic to get them.

Oh yeah, I'll probably never have to buy yeast again after that 4 lbs. shows up. It can be kept on a shelf until opened then it needs to be in the frig or can even be frozen.
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4 lbs of yeast? Making Moonshine
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