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Latest Activity: Apr 11
Fervet olla, vivit amicitia.
"While the pot boils, friendship endures."
Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Michael Penn Mar 15.
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Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Randall Smith Dec 17, 2014.
I spiced up my hot oat meal this morning with pumpkin and mulberries (w/ cinnamon and br. sugar). I love to experiment. Very good. Half my 15 cu ft freezer is filled with berries--straw, black, mul, rasp (red and black), and blue. It'll be a challenge to eat them all!
Thanks to all. All said and done, I am a very fortunate guy.
Randy, your home and family could be in Courier and Ives. You are a very fortunate person.
A wonderful family, Randall, they all look happy and comfortable!
Randall, what a nice picture! I love the dining room, too! Looks like everyone is happy, and the atmosphere looks so comfortable and inviting. :=)
@ sk8eycat > I have NO skill at writing things down to make them interesting,
I beg to differ!
Randy, your home is beautiful. I love that arts & crafts mission look.
My whole clan (two sisters, father, 4 children w/ two spouses, and 5 grandchildren) was at my house last evening for dinner. They come from far and wide for a rare family gathering.
The food was scrumptuous, mostly home grown--dishes of potatoes, corn, beans, beets, and salad, plus persimmon pudding (mine) and carrot cake. I had a store bought ham I've been wanting to use, but my organic farmer kids brought a "local" ham. The difference in the way the meat looked and tasted was amazing! Two photos, one showing my 3 daughters and father, the other shows a packed dining room, my son in the distance.
I enjoy the Lindt dark chocolate bars with a subtle chili flavor.
(Subtle to this American, anyway; others' tastes will vary! One person's "mild" is another's "my mouth is on fire!"
I wish menus and packages would give approximate Scoville units -- and not just from hot sauce purveyors bragging about how insanely fiery their product is! We'd learn just how hot, or not, we like things.)
GC, the chipotle chocolate sounds great. I recall the first time I was given chocolate infused with hot chili peppers. It sounded horrid, until I took a bite. Then I couldn't get enough!
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