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Lynnsoprano
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Do you think this book has ever been used 🤣 Dinner will be one of our favorite recipes from this cookbook.

Lindy 🤗A well-used book. 9m
leatherpages I've always loved a well-used book:) now
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RowReads1
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ImperfectCJ
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My children made fun of me for having all of these labeled jars the contents of which don't match the labels. So I made Maple Butter Nut Granola to put in the granola canister, which formerly held walnuts. Of course, I used the pumpkin seeds stored in the jar marked both "squash" and "hummingbird sugar." It's a great accompaniment to the coffee from the "almonds" jar.

Clare-Dragonfly 😂😂😂😂👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 2d
Christine Haha, love it! I spy a passion fruit - do you have vines? Ours have been producing like crazy this year! 2d
ImperfectCJ @Christine Good eye! Yes, it's our first year with our passionfruit vine. I have it in a half-barrel, defying the predictions of the nursery guy who said it wouldn't fruit in a container and vindicating the random SD YouTube guy who said it would. It's still got fruit on it, which confuses me. 2d
Christine That‘s awesome!! We have two vines that we planted in the ground maybe two years ago and both of them are completely out of control, covering yards and yards of fence and producing a ridiculous amount of fruit. And we essentially do nothing to take care of them, hardly even water them. It‘s crazy! (Also I feel like my husband has watched that very YouTube guy. 😂) 24h
ImperfectCJ @Christine They grow fast, that's for sure! Ours is in a corner and has grown up the metal grid we attached to both sections of fence, 8+ feet on either side. I have to prune it so it doesn't try to invade the neighbor's yard. Very pretty, but I feel sometimes like I've put in motion something I can't quite control... 19h
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shortsarahrose
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Maple custard - that‘s nutmeg on top!

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Lindy
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Never thought I‘d have a bag of salted pig intestines in my vegetarian-household fridge. There‘s a first for everything. (And I love my sausage-making nephew.)

marleed Oh my gosh. Is the finished product called chitlins? I mistakenly bought some once and attempted to cook them in a crock pot. I‘m not sure if I‘ve ever created a worse smell in my life. I‘m still teased about it all these years later. Pig intestines, crock pot - no! 4d
SW-T @marleed Salted are for sausage making, not chitlins, though they both start with pig intestines. 4d
Lindy @marleed as @sw-t said, these are for sausage-making. They are large casings for making garlic sausage rings. 4d
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marleed @SW-T @Lindy ohhh, salt makes a difference. My experience was so funny. I ended up putting the crockpot outside hoping I could cook the smell away. My husband (RIP) then fed them to the raccoons. Did I mention I am a terrible cook - it was not the last time raccoons finished off my culinary attempts! 4d
Lindy @marleed 😂 4d
Hooked_on_books I was hoping that bag wasn‘t what I thought it was, but it‘s what I thought it was. 🤢 I did once see an Inuit garment made of seal intestine so as to be waterproof. That was pretty interesting. (edited) 4d
Cathythoughts Oh no 🤦‍♀️... when I see these in the market I have to look away ... 😳🤣 4d
AlaMich I was thinking,”wow, that‘s a big bag of fresh noodles” and then I started reading... 3d
Lindy @AlaMich 🍜😂😂😂 3d
Lindy @Cathythoughts I‘ve never seen them before. They look skinny but my nephew says they will accommodate a two inch diameter sausage. 3d
Lindy @Hooked_on_books Wow! What ingenuity! 3d
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EadieB
The Savory Way | Deborah Madison
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LauraBrook I just ate but this is making me hungry! 5d
TheSpineView 🤩🤩🤩 5d
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LibrarianChels
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Pickpick

This month‘s Cookbook Club read looks thorough and delicious. It even includes wine pairings! I can wait to start experimenting.

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xicanti
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I listened to a big chunk of HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE while I baked one of the great mysteries of my culinary life: Nigella Lawson‘s cranberry cake. It‘s delicious, and it never looks anything like the picture because the cranberries always float up into the batter.

I think Canadian cranberries must be much lighter than the UK kind. The recipe says 6oz = 3/4 cup, but I‘ve found it‘s more like 2+ cups. #audiobaking

xicanti PLUS SIDE: because the cranberries float up, the cake forms a seriously good sugar crust. Everyone I‘ve ever served it to loves it. 6d
brilliantglow Yumm! I'm going to have to try this 6d
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Brooke_H
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Pickpick

Bus book #3! (I don‘t think I‘ll be able to finish #4.) I hate cooking (for many reasons). But after reading this book, I‘m excited about looking at the chore of cooking with a renewed interest! The writing makes every kind of cooking seem so achievable. And the illustrations are so so so charming. 🍏🍅🧄🥔🥐

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EadieB
The Breakfast Book | Marion Cunningham
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Reading this book while having breakfast! Puffed Rice and Blueberries - a favorite of mine!

#MrBook1inAMillion #Readathon #LitsyPartyofOne #24B4Monday

Andrew65 Blueberries are a superfood so great choice! 1w
EadieB @Andrew65 Yes they are very good for you! 1w
jb72 I normally skip breakfast. I hope you are enjoying your book! 1w
MrBook Mmmmm 😋! 1w
EadieB @jb72 Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! My book is very good! (edited) 1w
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