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    Event Host
    Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:57 am
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    Buzy!!!! We're so happy to hear from you but sorry to hear you've had health problems. We figured as much. We're just glad to hear you're o.k. now and still with us. TYSM for stopping by and I'll get you noted on page one.

    CB
    La Dilettante
    Sat Oct 20, 2012 1:09 pm
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    Laury, thanks for the tip on getting those darned banners onto my page! I'll try the way you suggested.

    Kerfuffle, I made two deliiiiiiicious breads from the *World at Our Table* you sent (among that library of 18 books!) "Rustic Walnut Wheat Bread" and the focaccia. I'm taking them both, along with a parmesan herb loaf, as my trio of offerings for the bread course for our supper club tonight.

    I'll post the rustic loaf recipe---it's a bit unusual!

    Thanks again to the hosts of this fun fall event!
    GypsyWinds
    Sat Oct 20, 2012 1:29 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    fly by post via son's gadget phone... pkg from MI today at my house.
    ( I am not home ) Both my partners pkgs shipped and travelling to them. More when I get home to MY computer! ~Gypsy~
    Event Host
    Sat Oct 20, 2012 2:45 pm
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    These two lovely cookbooks arrived today from my swap partner luvs = Kimberly



    TYSM....I"ll enjoy reading through them. icon_biggrin.gif

    CB
    Buzymomof3
    Sat Oct 20, 2012 6:02 pm
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    All - thank you for your patience, I'm going back to physical therapy next week and they're changing my drugs. I definitely overdid it last weekend. But the good news is my daughter brought up a little treat from Montgomery for Mike's box, and he will get a good taste of both north Alabama and the south in general. It should arrive Tuesday (I sent the tracking number via z-mail).

    Now all about my wonderful box! First off it was literally bursting at the seams (which will explain all the tape I used on yours Mike - have a knife ready in order to get into it).

    I got:
    2013 Pike Place Market / Seattle Calendar which has great pictures and a lot of unique date info such as 3/13 electric guitar invented in Seattle in 1921, 7/15 Boeing established in 1916 (umm, I work at Boeing), 9/16 respect for the aged day (Japan). I'm going to have fun with this next year.

    Some locally made goodies:
    Aplets & cotlets - apple & apricot candies w/walnuts
    Frans macadamia Gold Bar (macadamia nuts, caramel & dark chocolate) - yum!
    Seattle Chocolates San Juan and Sea Salt milk chocolate bar
    Theo Rich and Dark 70% cocao chocolate bar with the space needle picture on it
    Theo coconut curry milk chocolate
    Fair Scone & shortcake mix from Fisher - a company that has been around since 1911
    Maury Island Farm Bosenberry Jam. . . going to make scones and have this on it real soon!!
    and some Market Spice Cinnamon Orange tea. sounds yummy, I love cinnamon and orange.

    And, if all that isn't enough, I got some fantastic cookbooks!
    Best Places Seattle Cookbook (from the cities outstanding restaurants and bars
    San Juan Classics cookbook including brief history and photo's
    Pike Place Market recipes - this has cool stories, market hints and lots of interesting recipes
    John Sarich's Food & Wine of the Pacific Northwest
    and Simply Whidbey, a collection of regional recipes from Whidbey Island, Washington. This one looks like it has a lot of good recipes in it.

    I'll have to get pictures when I get back, I have to head to the convention follow-up (praise and gripe). I got very lucky with Mike - he is a GREAT swap partner!
    CoffeeB
    Sat Oct 20, 2012 6:55 pm
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    Woweee...sounds totally awesome Buzy icon_exclaim.gif icon_exclaim.gif Mikey did really good in shopping for you.~
    Buzymomof3
    Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:23 am
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    ok, here is the picture. I had trouble getting it all in and did something that made it a tad light. And if you notice the gold chocolate wrapper looks odd, it's because it's empty, couldn't resist eating it before I took the picture. icon_redface.gif


    Kerfuffle-Upon-Wincle
    Mon Oct 22, 2012 10:46 am
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    La Dilettante wrote:
    Laury, thanks for the tip on getting those darned banners onto my page! I'll try the way you suggested.

    Kerfuffle, I made two deliiiiiiicious breads from the *World at Our Table* you sent (among that library of 18 books!) "Rustic Walnut Wheat Bread" and the focaccia. I'm taking them both, along with a parmesan herb loaf, as my trio of offerings for the bread course for our supper club tonight.

    I'll post the rustic loaf recipe---it's a bit unusual!

    Thanks again to the hosts of this fun fall event!


    I saved the Rustic Walnut Wheat Bread ~ I'll add a couple of tablespoons olive oil to it so it will stay fresh longer. Very lean breads get too dry before I eat them up! I'll make it soon and add a photo to the recipe ~

    I'm glad you are enjoying the books!
    CoffeeB
    Mon Oct 22, 2012 11:19 am
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    Buzy...looks like you made a great haul. Those look like awesome gifts.

    Everyone....be on the lookout for Lauralie's newest swap with signups beginning next week. Santa's Bargain Bag. We hope to see our cookbooks swappers join us for some Christmas fun icon_exclaim.gif icon_exclaim.gif
    Bblondie08
    Mon Oct 22, 2012 2:48 pm
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    I got my wonderful package today from my partner JackieOhNo. I got the following:

    The Recipe Club novel
    Mkesa Cooks
    Mickey's Gourmet Cookbook
    Preserving our Italian Heritage
    Happy Times Home Cooking St. Francis Hospital
    Country Cookbook St. Christophers Parish Red Hook,NY
    White Plains Data Service Div. Safety Com.Safety Cook Book
    2 Fresh Magazines

    I sat at lunch today with my brother and we looked over some of the cook books I got today will be enjoying these for a while cant wait to try some of the recipes out. Thanks JackieOhNo! Love my package.
    Event Host
    Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:34 pm
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    Sounds like Jackie did a good job Blondie. I"ll get that noted for you.~
    Random Rachel
    Mon Oct 22, 2012 5:35 pm
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    I got a very full box in the mail from Sharon today - thanks so much!



    My son immediately grabbed the legos and went to work while I looked over the 12 cookbooks and vintage childrens books and postcards - good thing the mail arrived after we finished with school for the day icon_wink.gif



    I saw a recipe for Turkish Delight in the Home Baked Gifts with Love cookbook, which intrigued me since I've heard of it (Chronicles of Narnia) but never thought to make it icon_smile.gif That book was full of lovely photos and recipes - perfect since Christmas is just around the corner. And the Gold Medal Alpha Bakery was something I always wanted my mom to order off of the flour bag when I was a kid, but she never did. The Pfeffernusse recipe is from the 1981 Show Me Missouri Heritage Cookbook - its full of recipes like that. icon_smile.gif



    Sorry my pics are so blurry. icon_redface.gif The Best of the Best of Missouri cookbook is full of interesting information and interesting sounding recipes. The Turtle bread from Alpha Bakery looks good, and the illustrations in the Taste of Millwakee are really neat.

    Thanks so much Sharon! And thank you hosts, for facilitating the swap icon_biggrin.gif
    Mikekey
    Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:05 pm
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    I hit the jackpot! Got my package from Buzy today and it was loaded.

    BOOKS:

    The Backyard Barbecue Cookbook
    Southern Living Annual Recipes
    TOH Southern Favorites
    Beyond Cotton Country Cookbook
    Pancakes and Waffles
    Savannah Classic Seafood (Buzy used to live in Savannah)
    Triple Play Cookbook (written by a lady in Buzy’s hometown of Madison, AL)This one is interesting in that it has a base rcipe and then 3 recipes made from that base recipe.

    Goodies:

    Southern Butt Rub
    2 Vanilla beans and a small container to make my own vanilla extract
    Chocolate covered Pecans
    Pecan Oil
    Alabama Crimson Tide shopping bag
    Alabama Tide chocolate bar (Russell Stover)
    Weber “Just Add Juice” BBQ marinade mix
    Southern Country Gravy mix
    Almond Log candy bar

    Really looking forward to trying some recipes from the books and will try to post some too! (especially the seafood ones!)




    Event Host
    Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:38 pm
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    Wow...it looks like everyones packages are arriving TODAY!!!! How awesome is that!!!! And, it sounds like ya'all have gotten some awesome things.. The cookbooks and goodies packed looks like everyone took some x-tra time and care in making it really special. grouphug.gif

    Rachel...Turtle Bread...now doesn't that sound interesting.

    Mikey...LMK what you think of the ButtRub. We go through that stuff like crazy around here. And, that Base cookbook does have me intriqued.

    CB
    Kerfuffle-Upon-Wincle
    Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:46 pm
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    wave.gif ROLL TIDE!!!!!!!!!! I grew up in Alabama! And, went to the University of Alabama a hundred years ago!
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