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    Dining on a Dollar Recipe Contest ~ Spring 2013

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    Susie D
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:14 am
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Susie D wrote:


    The deadline for Dining on a Dollar is Fri, Feb 8th


    and the deadline for RSC~Ranch is Mon. Feb 11th.

    o I just gained 3 extra days! Woo-hoo!!! I'm trying...


    Keep looking at those lists and rearrange the ingredient order several times too. Inspiration sometimes strikes after looking at it in a new way. You still have time to have the winning "aha" moment. icon_smile.gif
    Susie D
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:30 am
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    wave.gif Good morning!

    I see you. icon_lol.gif



    Email confirmations are current to this point. You know the drill. PLEASE do contact me though if there's a problem.
    Baby Kato
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:08 am
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    Susie D wrote:
    wave.gif Good morning!

    I see you. icon_lol.gif



    Email confirmations are current to this point. You know the drill. PLEASE do contact me though if there's a problem.


    Yummy....nice looking egg, pass it over here please. icon_lol.gif
    pammyowl
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:12 am
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    Susie D wrote:
    wave.gif Good morning!

    I see you. icon_lol.gif



    Email confirmations are current to this point. You know the drill. PLEASE do contact me though if there's a problem.


    I think you may need to see an ophthalmologist for those crossed eyes, Susie icon_sad.gif rotfl.gif rotfl.gif rotfl.gif
    Baby Kato
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:19 am
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    Good Morning Everyone

    How was your SuperBowl?

    Did your team win?

    I hope you all enjoyed your special dishes.....and that they had ketchup in them to inspire you.....

    Good Luck to everyone in the contest....you have until Friday to submit your creative recipes.....

    I can't wait to taste what you have created.... icon_lol.gif



    Baby Kato
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:20 am
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    Here is my creation for today...... enjoy

    rosie316
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:43 am
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    Baby Kato: Are those little homemade, heart shaped croutons? If so, where did you find such a little cookie cutter? And did you sprinkle thyme on them (I see an herb)? That's a great idea for Valentines Day dinner!

    Susie D: Geez girl... you've sure been on a "egg" kick lately! LOL icon_biggrin.gif
    Baby Kato
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:50 am
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    Good morning....rosie316

    They are hash browns....cute huh....

    I have little heart shaped cookie cutters that I got 20 years ago, they are copper so they are still good to use....love them. icon_lol.gif
    NorthwestGal
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:11 am
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    Baby Kato wrote:
    Here is my creation for today...... enjoy



    Those are so cute, Baby Kato! I'd love to find them in time for the upcoming Valentine's Day.

    I was shopping on Saturday with my two girls, and we ended up in a cute little shop that has the most unique gifts. And they sell a lot of these.....



    I don't know if you can see the actual design, but the pasta is shaped like tiny little Space Needles.

    For one of the swaps I participated in (a few years ago), I incuded the cutest pair of Space Needle-shaped salt & pepper shakers. I wish I had seen these Space Noodles back then, because I would have included a package with my swap gift.
    rosie316
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:13 am
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    Baby Kato wrote:
    Good morning....rosie316

    They are hash browns....cute huh....

    I have little heart shaped cookie cutters that I got 20 years ago, they are copper so they are still good to use....love them. icon_lol.gif


    Hash browns... even better than croutons! I'm gonna have to find me some little cookie cutters like that. What herb is on them?... sage, thyme, oregano? (I really can't see too well, I'm using my 2" stupid-smart phone). Please send me (PM if you wish) your recipe of how to make them (in detail), because I stink at making homemade hash browns! LOL
    rosie316
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:25 am
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    Northwest Gal: "LMAO"! Those "Space Noodles" are awesome! Makes me kick myself in the butt knowing that such a simple idea (that I didn't think of once again) has probably made the creator a multi-millionaire by now!!! I'm assuming your near Seattle... I'm near Chicago. We have no "weird noodles" here! LOL. Good luck in the contest, hun.
    NorthwestGal
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 10:37 am
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Northwest Gal: "LMAO"! Those "Space Noodles" are awesome! Makes me kick myself in the butt knowing that such a simple idea (that I didn't think of once again) has probably made the creator a multi-millionaire by now!!! I'm assuming your near Seattle... I'm near Chicago. We have no "weird noodles" here! LOL. Good luck in the contest, hun.


    Yep, we live about 30 minutes SE of Seattle.

    I had some pasta from Disneyland shaped liked Mickey Mouse ears once. But I've never seen anything like those Space Noodles. It gave me a good chuckle when I first saw them. I'll bet the creator is laughing all the way to the bank for being the first to market such a simple idea.
    Baby Kato
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:01 am
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    NorthwestGal wrote:

    I was shopping on Saturday with my two girls, and we ended up in a cute little shop that has the most unique gifts. And they sell a lot of these.....



    I don't know if you can see the actual design, but the pasta is shaped like tiny little Space Needles.

    For one of the swaps I participated in (a few years ago), I incuded the cutest pair of Space Needle-shaped salt & pepper shakers. I wish I had seen these Space Noodles back then, because I would have included a package with my swap gift.


    Those are so awesome NWG... love them, we don't see things like this too often around here, wish, we did....I'll have to look next time i'm in Toronto shopping...thanks for the great suggestion.

    I'm thinking that It would make an awesome christmas gift, in a big bowl with over sized fork and spoon, a nice bottle of olive oil, some cheese, fancy pasta sauce and maybe a bottle of red wine.....the possiblilities are endless.... icon_wink.gif
    Baby Kato
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:06 am
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Baby Kato wrote:
    Good morning....rosie316

    They are hash browns....cute huh....

    I have little heart shaped cookie cutters that I got 20 years ago, they are copper so they are still good to use....love them. icon_lol.gif


    Hash browns... even better than croutons! I'm gonna have to find me some little cookie cutters like that. What herb is on them?... sage, thyme, oregano? (I really can't see too well, I'm using my 2" stupid-smart phone). Please send me (PM if you wish) your recipe of how to make them (in detail), because I stink at making homemade hash browns! LOL


    These are simple to make. Semi boil thick potato slices and then carefully cut out with cookies cutter, add to pan with butter or oil, some seasonings and your choice of herbs....and cook on medium low heat ito your preference....enjoy!
    rosie316
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:28 am
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    Baby Kato wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:
    Baby Kato wrote:
    Good morning....rosie316

    They are hash browns....cute huh....

    I have little heart shaped cookie cutters that I got 20 years ago, they are copper so they are still good to use....love them. icon_lol.gif


    Hash browns... even better than croutons! I'm gonna have to find me some little cookie cutters like that. What herb is on them?... sage, thyme, oregano? (I really can't see too well, I'm using my 2" stupid-smart phone). Please send me (PM if you wish) your recipe of how to make them (in detail), because I stink at making homemade hash browns! LOL


    These are simple to make. Semi boil thick potato slices and then carefully cut out with cookies cutter, add to pan with butter or oil, some seasonings and your choice of herbs....and cook on medium low heat ito your preference....enjoy!


    I'm guessing maybe 1/3" thickness on the pots?... I will do probably do sage hashbrowns to go with eggs & sage sausage breakfast! Also, using a cookie cutter, I will take white bread with EVOO drizzled on top & tossed w/ garlic powder, and bake, to make croutons for salads (or garlic croutons over a plate of spaghetti)!... or whatever else! Great ideas dear!!!
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