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  • lighthousenan 10 months ago
    I noticed in one of your comments that you call fried bread ," scones". I am from Newfoundland , Canada and we call it TOUTONS and we use Molasses on them. Soo good :)
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  • notyourmomma 11 months ago
    Dump and dash.....working overtime so much, it is the only cooking I get to do. Getting a cookbook by Michael Symon, five ingredients in five minutes. Going to be that kind of cooking for me for awhile, Thanks for stopping by the recipe.
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  • chefloren 1 year ago about Maple Sausage Made Easy
    I have a OLD hand grinder I have for "Just in case", also I have the meat grinder atchemnt for my kitchen aid mixer. It does a great job.
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  • suki 1 year ago about Easy Creme / Fruit Pie
    This one sounds too good to be true! Are you sure? ;-) (will give it a try......thanks for sharing)
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  • suki 1 year ago about Maple Sausage Made Easy
    Wish I had a meat grinder. Which brand do you recommend?
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  • chefloren 1 year ago about Idaho-style Finger Steaks
    Finger steaks are purported to have been first served in a restaurant setting at Boise, Idaho’s “Milo’s Torch Lounge” (aka The Torch) in 1957. Milo Bybee claimed to have invented finger steaks while wondering what to do with leftover tenderloin scraps when he was working as a butcher for the U.S. Forest Service in McCall. Bybee went to work as a chef at the Torch in 1946. Others claim that Milo himself did not invent the recipe but that it was passed onto him by the original owners of The Torch. Either way, Finger Steaks are somewhat of a local specialty in Boise with many different homemade varieties.

    Their legendary origin is so closely tied to Idaho that one suggestion for the Idaho state quarter design was to “do something with the fact that Idaho is the home of finger steaks,” submitted to the state arts commission on a napkin.
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  • angelgal 2 years ago
    BIG fav at our house and so easy!!!
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  • AnnIrish 2 years ago about Queso Blanco Cheese
    Pretty sure this is the cheese my fellow Mexican co- workers use in there quesadillas and tacos. I'm gonna try making it!~~~(:
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  • GunsPeanuts 2 years ago
    Try it and let me know if you like it! :)
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  • keni 2 years ago
    Thank you so much for the compliments on the cheesecake cookies. I'm glad y'all enjoyed them! :-)
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  • keni 2 years ago
    Hey Loren .... thanks for lookin' at the Raspberry White Chocolate Cheesecake Cookies. They turned out pretty good!
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  • wynnebaer 2 years ago
    Thanks for checking out the twice fried fries....and the little tidbit of info!!
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  • chefloren 5 years ago
    Want to know what Mangia E Statti Zitto means? Heh Heh Don't be afraid. Ask :-)
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