[QUOTE=Finnegans Wake;899592]coffee maker only does one, but I needs my coffee.[/QUOTE]
I actually have a manual dripolator and it works wonderfully. It only requires one extra step (boiling the water first in a separate pot so you can pour it in the top). Not bad.
Two elderly ladies at the supermarket buying lots of healthy fruit and veg, and some low-fat something or other. One said 'Is that low-fat?' and the other replied 'Of course, I always buy low-fat!'
They were both rather large, but unfortunately so am I, so I feel like I can't start preaching at the checkout just yet!
[QUOTE=Finnegans Wake;899604]There are a bunch of farms up your way that look pretty interesting, Weathergirl. I remember when I started sourcing direct from farms I checked out eatwild.com, and I remembered seeing a number of farms in the SC area.[/QUOTE]
Yes this area has so many great resources for local foods. its a primal dream come true. And I especially appreciate it having come from new jersey, right out of Manhattan.
[QUOTE=bloodorchid;899610]put ice cream mixings into one ziplock bag
put that bag into a bigger ziplock bag with ice and salt
shake it to death
et voila! icey cream[/QUOTE]
Wait, really? This is potentially dangerous information....
I had frozen raspberries and poured heavy cream over them. raspberries froze the cream so I mushed it all up with my spoon and stirred it around. Oh, tasty raspberry ice cream without the sugar and eggs!
[QUOTE=ELizabeth826;899729]Wait, really? This is potentially dangerous information....[/QUOTE]
i have this.. love affair with foodnetwork. i learn many potentially dangerous yet alluring things there
[QUOTE=honeybuns;899736]without the sugar and eggs![/QUOTE]
What's wrong with eggs?
Nothing wrong with eggs except I was being lazy.
[QUOTE=bloodorchid;899737]i have this.. love affair with foodnetwork. i learn many [B]potentially dangerous yet alluring things[/B] there[/QUOTE]
Like making eggy muffins... WITHOUT my silicone muffin pan, because MiL borrows but does not return things.
Don't ever be tempted to make egg muffins without the benefits of silicone! :(
Last nights dinner will haunt me for a week just from the scrubbing up that had to be done.
[QUOTE=honeybuns;899736]I had frozen raspberries and poured heavy cream over them. raspberries froze the cream so I mushed it all up with my spoon and stirred it around. Oh, tasty raspberry ice cream without the sugar and eggs![/QUOTE]
I do this with frozen strawberries and stab/smash them with a fork. Delish!