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  • Chicken Salt from pointsevenout in Athens, AL.
    This is an internet recipe that I found then lost then someone found it for me again. Going to post this so it won't get lost agai...
  • Baked Radish from pointsevenout in Athens, AL.
    Root veggies fresh from the garden are so tasty. If you haven't baked radish before, you are in for a treat. As in potatoes, radis...
  • Spicy Baked Chicken Sandwich from pointsevenout in Athens, AL.
    I like the McDonand's spicy chicken sandwich from the dollar menu but wanted a larger one....
  • Ricotta from pointsevenout in Athens, AL.
    Thanks to David B. Fankhauser, Ph.D. Professor of Biology and Chemistry University of Cincinnati Clermont College http://biology.c...
  • Calcium Chloride Solution from pointsevenout in Athens, AL.
    This is a granular to liquid conversion of CaCl2 for treating milk for cheese making. Thanks to a tip from David B. Fankhauser, P...
  • Cottage Cheese from pointsevenout in Athens, AL.
    I've always wondered why I had to add sugar to store bought cottage cheese to make it palatable to me. Now I know. The astringent ...
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  • frankieanne 4 days ago
    I want to try this again with the grapes. I don't know if I have time this year although I still have grapes. I read on King Arthur's Flour site (I think it was) about burying grapes in flour for - oh, I think - a couple of weeks. The flour absorbs the yeast off the grapes. No crushed grapes, no stinky smell. That's what I am thinking anyway. Have you ever heard of this method? Sounds intriguing to me.
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  • frankieanne 5 days ago
    Thank you, sir. I appreciate it.
    I drained off the liquor for two reasons - one being it got rid of the little remaining pieces of grape. The other being I have to admit I was afraid of fermentation! Getting drunk of my biscuits! ha! Plus, the whole thing smelled to high Heaven. Ye gads. I want to try it again. Doesn't the recipe make it sound like a short term sourdough?
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  • frankieanne 5 days ago
    Its OK. Go look again. :)
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  • frankieanne 5 days ago
    OK. Thank you for letting me know. I thought I was going nuts or something!
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  • frankieanne 5 days ago
    I'm not certain what you mean. I have sent it twice. I don't know how else to get it to you.
    Can you please copy and paste in a pm to me what you are getting from me?
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  • frankieanne 5 days ago
    Not sure why it didn't go through but I sent it again.
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  • frankieanne 5 days ago
    Good morning, sir. I sent you a pm.
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  • lovebreezy 1 week ago
    I changed my comment on the recipe ;-) Wasn't able to delete it.
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  • frankieanne 1 week ago
    I finished the sourdough and made a full report.
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  • lovebreezy 1 week ago about Chicken Salt
    Chicken Salt? Never heard of it but does sound good for mashed taters or rice.
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  • frankieanne 1 week ago
    Today it absolutely stinks. It doesn't smell sour at all! I'm gonna let it do its thing for a couple more days. But it smells gawdawful.
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  • browneyegirl 3 months ago about Meat Balls
    These Meatballs would be great when I have company over.
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  • browneyegirl 3 months ago about Peanut Butter Cup Squares
    What ever you do don't forget to add this to I Made It because I had made this.
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  • browneyegirl 3 months ago about Peanut Butter Cup Squares
    I forgot.I made this on June 2, 2014
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  • browneyegirl 3 months ago about Peanut Butter Cup Squares
    Yes I added it to I Made It & Here's the link Peanut Butter Cup Squares
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