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    Agate are you posting pics from your lpad??
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    Quote Originally Posted by agate View Post
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    To get it back on topic, maybe someone has a recipe for snow ice cream?
    Assuming your snow is cleaner than the stuff around here:

    http://www.gimmesomeoven.com/how-to-...-cream-recipe/


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    Quote Originally Posted by SalpalSally View Post
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    Agate are you posting pics from your lpad??
    No. I haven't tried posting a photo with an iPad. I'm sure it can be done but I'm not very fast with the stylus on the iPad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SalpalSally View Post
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    No boot leggers there Parsnip?
    Of course, but I wouldn't know where to find them. Since neither DH nor I are drinkers it would be rare that we need one. It's never a good idea wherever one lives to do a deal with someone you don't know.

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    Parsi, is the non alcoholic beer carbonated? If so, years, you can use it. Or soda, like sprite, or even coke. I just googled beer bread beer substitute and came up with several hits.
    It's not flat, so that should mean it's carbonated. Thanks for the look up. I did start checking NA beer which mentioned some don't use yeast just carbonation, but I didn't check on substitutes.
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    zzzzzzzz zzzzzz zzz huh did someone mention BEER?
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    zzzzzzzz zzzzzz zzz huh did someone mention BEER?
    I made that beer bread in the recipe I posted. I added a layer of Fontina cheese and it was yummy. I have been reading about which beers people used because the Sam ADams ale I used had a slightly bitter taste....I think.
    Anyway, the consensus was that I could use soda. I have bottles of Moxie around so I might try that next.

    The bread I made yesterday is getting better and better. The recipe is going to be a keeper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howie View Post
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    zzzzzzzz zzzzzz zzz huh did someone mention BEER?
    He even drinks beer in his sleep. Sheesh.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazarus View Post
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    I made that beer bread in the recipe I posted. I added a layer of Fontina cheese and it was yummy. I have been reading about which beers people used because the Sam ADams ale I used had a slightly bitter taste....I think.
    Anyway, the consensus was that I could use soda. I have bottles of Moxie around so I might try that next.

    The bread I made yesterday is getting better and better. The recipe is going to be a keeper.
    let the bread get old n blue n you can call it Moxiecillin. LOL!
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    Anything on toast.

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    Even toast on toast.

    A good piece of toast is a joy.

    I'm rediscovering the gradations of toast you can get using a toaster oven. This new one I have toasts much better than the one I had for years did. The old one had a way of toasting the top of a slice of bread but not the underside.

    Toast a slice of bread, slice a tomato and put a few slices on top of the slice of bread, sprinkle with a bit of salt unless salt isn't in your diet, and add a bit of Munster or cheddar cheese, maybe an ounce or more. Put it in the toaster oven long enough to melt the cheese but not so long as to make the tomatoes all warm and mushy, unless of course you like them warm and mushy.
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