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To: Charger who wrote (28)4/26/1998 6:18:00 PM
From: Dusty
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Charger, Lay the ingredients on us... LOL someone will be interested.

Enjoy your stay and thanks for dropping in.

Dusty :o)

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To: Dusty who wrote (30)4/26/1998 6:37:00 PM
From: Charger
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OK, here is is. Dick Parks' Green Tomatoe Pie:

This is a spring recipe, important to get those green tomatoes of your own bushes (or your neighbor's, lol)

6-8 med. size green tomatoes
1 Tbs. lemon juice
1 tsp. granted lemon or orange rind
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. cinnamon
3/4 c. sugar
2 Tbs. cornstarch
1 Tbs. butter
Pastry for 9" double crusted pie

Wash tomats, peel (opt), slice sort of thinly (easy when hard).
Combine next 4 ingred. in saucepan and cook 15 mins. Stir freq.
Mix sugar & cornstarch. Add tomat. mixture and cook until clear, stir contsantly.
Add butter, cool. Pour into bottom pastry, cap, seal edges, prick design, baste w/ cream. Bake @ 425 for 40-50 mins. Serve warm or cool.

Enjoy.

Charger

P.S. Everyone please hit my AQHA/TOBA site to get it started. We are having fun over there too.

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To: Dusty who wrote (27)4/26/1998 8:27:00 PM
From: Paul R Hnott
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Here is the recipe for pickled green beans.
The key is fresh beans. I grow my own and they are canned within 2 hours after being picked. I hand pick straight beans and cut them to uniform length to fit within a half inch of the top of the jar. You could cut them into pieces if you want less work but you lose the fancy look. I use Blue Lake or Kentucky Wonder bush beans. Sometimes I use a red serrano pepper in place of the crushed red pepper.

Crisp Dilled Green Beans

This goes in 1 pint jar:
green beans
crushed red pepper (1/2 tsp.)
chopped garlic (1/2 tsp.)
dill (1 piece per pint)
pickling spice (1/2 tsp.)

This is enough liquid for 4 pints:
2 cups water
2 cups vinegar
1/4 cup salt (do not use iodized)

Heat jars (oven 225)
Heat lids and rings in hot water (no boil)
Heat liquid to boiling

put stuff in jar then beans
pour liquid to 1/2 in. of top
put on lid and ring

process in boiling water bath for 5 min.
I don't lower jars into water bath till the water is full boil

Enjoy,
Paul


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To: Paul R Hnott who wrote (32)4/27/1998 5:56:00 PM
From: Charger
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I am saving all these recipes. They are great! eom

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To: Dusty who wrote (9)4/27/1998 6:01:00 PM
From: Charger
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Dusty - this is a really great idea. Pretty impressive that it stayed so high up on the Hot Topics list for the weekend (when people have more time to relax and chat).

I should prolly bring my "horse site" over here (I race racehorses). Anyone interested in "horse" chatter ?

So, what part of California are you in?

Charger

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To: Charger who wrote (34)4/27/1998 8:31:00 PM
From: Dusty
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Charger, come on over anytime but leave the horses where they are; might get a little tricky dodging all the "biscuts" LOL.

Dusty :o)

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To: Dusty who wrote (35)4/28/1998 12:43:00 PM
From: YOYO
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Dusty
Thank you for inviting me to your new site. My busy season for work is now but I marked the site and will keep in touch.
YOYO

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To: Dusty who wrote (12)4/30/1998 10:45:00 PM
From: bluejeans
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Your grandson will have fun with this site.

mrshowbiz.com

Bob

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To: bluejeans who wrote (37)4/30/1998 11:32:00 PM
From: Dusty
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bluejeans,

I bookmarked it and will send it to him. But, he is only 8 and is not allowed to spend time on the internet. But, his Dad will have fun with it as will I. Hey, I am entitled, I am starting into my second childhood... Grin

Dusty :o)

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To: Dusty who wrote (38)5/2/1998 7:27:00 PM
From: Charger
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Anyone - quick - I need a gumbo recipe.

Am trying to make a chicken gumbo for tonight and cannot find a decent recipe in any of my books! Am trying to remember: the roux should be light or medium, not dark. But does it have peppers or just onion? And is it oil with the flour or butter? And is the oil olive or corn?
Then what...put the chicken bits in the roux and cook, add tomatoe?
Then the okra? Then the chicken stock? Then gumbo file and simmer..for how long?

Thanks

Charger

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