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    Donna M.
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 9:27 pm
    Forum Host
    Hi Elaine, I sent you an email about the sourdough starter.
    Elaine Kirk
    Sun Jan 30, 2005 2:19 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hi Donna,
    I'll get a stamped envelope on its way to you tomorrow. Hopefully, I went in, hit edit and then delete. I was going in to check if I completed my task but this page came up first. I wanted to drop you a note too so I did this first.

    Where is home base for www.recipezaar.com? I found a long lost cousin, now 84 years old using the internet in 2003. He cans, as I do. August 2003 he sent mea cucumber relish that's just delightful. He also sent me a website where they found this delightful cucumber relish recipe. It was an English website, also www.recipezaar.com. The English recipes were just a bit different from our recipes. I found several delightful cucumber recipes from that site. Is this the same site?
    CarrolJ
    Sun Jan 30, 2005 3:39 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Elaine Kirk wrote:
    Hi Donna,
    I'll get a stamped envelope on its way to you tomorrow. Hopefully, I went in, hit edit and then delete. I was going in to check if I completed my task but this page came up first. I wanted to drop you a note too so I did this first.

    Where is home base for www.recipezaar.com? I found a long lost cousin, now 84 years old using the internet in 2003. He cans, as I do. August 2003 he sent mea cucumber relish that's just delightful. He also sent me a website where they found this delightful cucumber relish recipe. It was an English website, also www.recipezaar.com. The English recipes were just a bit different from our recipes. I found several delightful cucumber recipes from that site. Is this the same site?


    The Webmasters Troy & Gay live in Washington State near Seattle (U.S.A.). I'm fairly certain that Recipezaar.com is a registered trademark that belongs to them and has for several years.

    Where do you live? I couldn't tell from your 'about me' page since you haven't filled it in yet.

    Welcome To Zaar! I'm sure you will find that there are many wonderful people here from all over the world. We share much about our lives in addition to the recipes.

    I live in southeastern Michigan (U.S.A.).
    MAMM
    Thu Mar 17, 2005 12:07 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    DEAR DONNA,

    I AM NOT A MEMBER YET THEREFORE CANNOT E-MAIL YOU FROM THIS SITE. I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A STARTER FOR THE SOUGHDOUGH BREADS. PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT xxxxxxxx@earthlink.net with your address so that I can send a SASE. Thank you Marilyn

    Moderator: Edited to remove email address
    Donna M.
    Thu Mar 17, 2005 12:22 pm
    Forum Host
    Hi Marilyn, and welcome to the Breads and Baking Forum! I sent you an email about the starter. Have you done much bread baking before? Sourdough is a little different, but not difficult. You will love it!

    P.S. I edited your email address out of your original post because it is not a good idea to post it publically.
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