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Considering it's a town of 300, related by marriag...

2009-05-28T20:24:36.479-04:00

Considering it's a town of 300, related by marriage would be a genetically nicer thing than related by, oh, say the things that folks in The County are sometimes related by.

You need to dig up that handbag pic and get a video still from the movie... side by side comparisons!

I'm noticing what I'd originally just saw as background twigs as xmas lights. We keep them up all



I have never heard of the term "Hot Dish". We alwa...

2009-05-28T18:01:03.237-04:00

I have never heard of the term "Hot Dish". We always just call them "Casseroles".

And in all my travels in the USA I've never had the famous green- beans-with-canned-fried-onion. I have had "scalloped corn" on a few occasions when in the midwest. Some versions were fine and a few were very good.



Sling the strained yoghurt in a ginger nut/ginger ...

2009-05-28T06:42:44.997-04:00

Sling the strained yoghurt in a ginger nut/ginger Hob-Nobs/graham cracker all bashed together with enough melted butter to hold it together lined piedish ( I'm hoping I've got my UK/US kitchen translation right hereeven if my grammar is shot to hell ) and scatter redcurrants over the top.

I'm pretty sure this idea belongs to Nigel Slater, but it's a real early summer pudding.



I always strain my yogurt now. Once I tried the G...

2009-05-27T19:24:44.052-04:00

I always strain my yogurt now. Once I tried the Greek yogurt with honey, I was done for. Sooooo yummy!!!

Not as yummy as cake, though. Cake is better. Especially when it has presidents on it.



One of my favorite church memories is when our bel...

2009-05-27T19:01:19.286-04:00

One of my favorite church memories is when our beloved interim minister was reading announcements for a church pot luck. Those with last names A-L were to bring a salad or dessert, those M-Z were to "bring a hot dish". All of a sudden it struck him and there were tears of laughter all over the congregation.