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Old 02-20-2003, 09:36 PM   #15
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Suz
That looks good.I like all that (not good for you stuff).
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Old 02-21-2003, 08:46 AM   #16
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Theres a lot of good for you stuff here, Ches.
peanut butter
buttermilk
orange juice
milk
cocoa - boy is this good for you. yum
eggs - yes they are. Doc said they were the easiest thing for your body to digest. found that out when Tom had his colon surgery. All those eggs Tom ate keep him going.

this is whats left :)
cake flour
soda
salt
baking powder
butter or margarine
sugar
Grease
more butter
vanilla
powdered sugar
more salt

I think this cake is a necessity.
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Old 02-21-2003, 08:55 AM   #17
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And don't tell any chefs, but...

I never put the salt in mine - ever. You don't tell anyone they won't know!;)

You are correct, as far as that kind of thing goes, it really isn't that bad, healthwise. Also, I have always used cocoa instead of the squares. Even before I new it was healthier ;)
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Old 02-21-2003, 04:06 PM   #18
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Peanut Butter Pie

Okay, even though nobody is clammering for my peanut butter pie recipe, Okra! is back on top of the index again. So here's my peanut butter pie recipe. (Actually, it was my grandmother's.)

Peanut Butter Pie
Makes 2 pies

2 scant cups sugar
2 cups sweet milk
3 Tbsp. peanut butter
5 Tbsp. flour
butter size of walnut

Mix together and cook until thick. Pour into 2 unbaked pie crusts. Top with meringue:

3 egg whites - beaten stiff, gradually add 6 Tbsp. sugar and 1 tsp. vanilla.

My grandmother always assumed folks reading her recipes already knew how to do basic things, such as make pie crusts and make meringue... and boil custard. Notice there is no temperature, cooking time, etc.
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Old 02-21-2003, 05:37 PM   #19
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well, clammer clammer. I lover all recipes. and I love Peanut butter. :) thanks

and cocoa is healthier?? I thought it was because it was chocolate. :) well, there you go!!
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Old 02-21-2003, 07:37 PM   #20
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Cocoa vs Chocolate

>>...and cocoa is healthier??

Indeed, it is. Or at least that was the belief at one time. The square of baking chocolate contains things that cocoa does not. For one, it is the cocoa butter I believe. The other is whatever they use to make is so solid. Both are big no-no's for people with cholesterol problems. Cocoa, on the other hand can be used with an okay oil like canola. Butter has been debated for years. Some actually believe it is better than the hydroginized oleo or margarine.

I always used cocoa simply because that is what I had on hand!
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Old 02-21-2003, 09:37 PM   #21
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Yea, I always keep cocoa on hand too. I might want some cocoa, the hot drink. I don't just heat chocolate milk, got to have the real thing. I've been thinking about that butter for along time. seams like your body would like natural stuff better then chemicals. a year or two after that they started saying that very thing. someone is reading my mind. I need a foil hat.
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Old 02-22-2003, 09:03 AM   #22
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peanut butter

A recipe for purists

One large jar of crunchy peanut butter
One teaspoon

Take one heaping spoonful of peanut butter
Pop into mouth
Repeat as necessary


This was handed down from my father
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Old 02-22-2003, 09:19 AM   #23
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This just in!

A slight modification to my crunchy PB, honey, and coconut concoction: toss in and mix a few raisins. Makes it even healthier!

Note: the purist's "direct spoon" method may be employed in the absence of honey grahams. This application has been approved by the National Peanut Butter Federation.
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Old 02-22-2003, 09:49 AM   #24
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Pindasaus

(peanut sauce), to enrich your bbq meat.

Fry 1 or 2 or 3 garlic tones and a thin cut onion in vegetable oil.
Add to your taste (half a cup) sweet soja sauce (Ketjap: Indonesian).
Add something like 360 gram (0.75 lb) peanut butter and stir well.
Boil slowly for a short time. Eventually it has to be nice mixture.
If the mixture is to fluid, add more peanut butter and stir.
If it is to thick, add just enough water and stir well.
If you like you may add some ginger too.

This the only sauce that I like at the bbq.

NB: this probably is horrible English. Please correct me to improve ;-))
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Old 02-22-2003, 10:37 AM   #25
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Your English is fine - at least as far as I'm concerned. In the states, we all speak differently anyway, so who would notice? There are New Yorkers, Texans, Californians (who have several dialects within there own state), people from Alabama, Maine, and many others. Then you have those in Britain who roll their eyes everytime anyone from the US opens their mouth! :o

True story: I moved to Cheyenne Wyoming after being born in South Texas. Although I had lived in California a couple of years, the largest portion has been spent in south Texas. Knowing that we have a tendency to have our own dialect, I worked very hard on speaking correctly (?). First time we went into a fast food restaurant, it took us three times for the young man to understand my husband enough to know what he was ordering. A few months later (when I was absolutely positive that my English and grammar were totally correct), I walked into a lawyer's office where I was going to do some temp work. I intoduced myself. He asked where I was from. I gave him the name of the company. He said, ''I mean where are you from? Where do you live?'' ''Cheyenne, I told him.'' ''Okay,'' he says. ''Let me try one more time: Where in Texas did you move here from?'' So here I was in a country where everyone was suppose to speak the same language, and they could barely understand me. Years later, I go to Germany.....now can you imagine how those Germans felt when I was speaking my limited German with a Texas accent?:chatter :o

The morale to all this, Lex, is that I am totally amazed at your English and how well you do. I have a tremendous respect for anyone who attempts a language other than their native tongue. And to do it as well as you do (I do forget that it is not your native tongue), well, that is simply just awesome!
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Old 02-22-2003, 12:50 PM   #26
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yep, I agree with that, Suz. same thing happened to me in DC. I'd open my mouth and someone would say, your from Oklahoma aren't you? what did i say? I have no idea. I'd give you an example, but I can't write can't and it look any different. cain't vs cant there that's close
It's when they use different words for the same thing, that I have trouble.
like, chip-in or pitch-in for pot-luck :nope
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Old 02-22-2003, 02:14 PM   #27
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Suz and Jana

I will not mention the subject anymore. I suppose that if you don't understand me, you will tell me. :wub
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I suppose that if you don't understand me, you will tell me. :wub
for sure---I mean, yes. :yep
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