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Old 04-28-2020, 07:27 AM   #16
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Found my pics of zucchini fritters...looks like I put in some scallions as well.
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After all the years together and he still doesn't understand? Are you sure he's paying attention to you?

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Found my pics of zucchini fritters...looks like I put in some scallions as well.
Well post'em.

Oh there they are. Forum must be running slow.
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Ohhh, Joan yours look tastier.
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I try to not make them a lot, as you can’t stop eating them.
Especially served with some sour cream.

I’m sure yours are good!
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[QUOTE=wooleybooger;6139931]After all the years together and he still doesn't understand? Are you sure he's paying attention to you?

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Time doesn’t help the situation; when I want something built - I have to draw
detailed drawings. And yes, he’s not paying attention! You would think he’d
be fluid in Joann speak now!
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note: I corrected ground zucchini to graded zucchini.
Isn't it Grated. LOL. I could not resist and maybe the joke is on me.
My name is John and I ran into this forum as I am a member in one of the trade forums.
Looks like I might have a new place to check out. I love to cook!
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Can’t find the zucchini recipe, I just make it by heart..
graded zucchini, garlic, onion, some flour, some breadcrumbs, egg, salt/ pepper,
a pinch or two of italian seasoning, and lots of fresh italian grading cheese.

While I was searching for the zucchini gallate - I came across the potato pancake
recipe (to die for) Only difference is after it comes out of the processor I then add some chopped up scallions.

The pancakes are scrumptious served with a side of apple sauce and sour cream.
If you make them, make extra...trust me.

https://food52.com/blog/22426-how-ja...otato-pancakes
OK, if i get poison ivy we will know who's fault it is by mentioning Scallions, Two Knots of course.


I had forgotten about ours in the timber edge so i went to look and OMGAWD we have Scallions running out our ears. They were there when we bought the ranch 43 years ago but they've multiplied 10 X at least. I was surprised they like deep shade. I treated the ivy with round-up a few years ago and all is see today is Virginia Creeper close by so i got her some Scallions and got my butt outta there.
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I love scallions, especially in Asian dishes and salads, and tuna salad and egg
salad, hell, scallions in everything...you’re so lucy that you have a permanent private stash, SeniorSitizen
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Isn't it Grated. LOL. I could not resist and maybe the joke is on me.
My name is John and I ran into this forum as I am a member in one of the trade forums.
Looks like I might have a new place to check out. I love to cook!
graded, grated, what’s the difference. I’m lucky that I can get my thoughts translated to type these days!

Welcome to the cooking forum, we love cooking around here!
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Welcome John.
I get many ideas on here. It’s interesting to see what others, in different states, are cooking or grilling.

Actually it may have been Two Knots who began this Cooking Forum.
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graded, grated, what’s the difference. I’m lucky that I can get my thoughts translated to type these days!
Welcome to the cooking forum, we love cooking around here!
Thanks. Around this type of forum, graded can be taken seriously.

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Welcome John.
I get many ideas on here. It’s interesting to see what others, in different states, are cooking or grilling.
Actually it may have been Two Knots who began this Cooking Forum.
I don't think so. This forum is a sub forum in a network of trade forums.
This is why I was surprised to see it.
@Cricket is our administrator and I am also a moderator for her in another trade forum.
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Let me rephrase that. You’re correct Joan ‘didn’t start’ this forum. But it began in one of her wonderful Threads with beautiful photos. Then several members chimed in suggesting the idea of a cooking Forum. After that a moderator suggested it to staff. Cricket had alluded previously to Camping Cooking, then she created Cook it Yourself.

A great joint effort with credit to everyone. And here we are today a happy well fed group.

Sourdough bread is amazing. I dappled in bread making once. Bought my starter which supposedly was from 200 yr old Alaskan starter. My go-to book was Nancy Silverton’s “Breads from the La Brea Bakery”. Enjoy.
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I think it was Big Jim that asked if we should do a designated cooking section!

Many of us …happily said, Yeah!
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Yes, it was.


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I didn’t dapple in bread...I dabbled. Ha
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