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    Dining on a Dollar Recipe Contest ~ Spring 2013

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    rosie316
    Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:04 pm
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    Baby Kato wrote:
    Hi Everyone

    Hope you are all as excited as me.

    I can't wait till we start making recipes....I finally submitted my second and last recipe last night.

    Good Luck to everyone



    OMG baby kato!!! LMAO! Who comes up with these photos??? I'm gonna attempt to make that little creature next time I make my "famous" chicken wings (my friends call them "Rosie's Flamin' Ass Chicken Wings"). I'll plunk that little pepper monster down in the center of the platter! Too funny!!!
    **Jubes**
    Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:05 pm
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Julie, Thanks... I'll check out her site. Now, as for this ketchup contest, you can't enter, correct? But you have "access" to ketchup, right? Then play along by trying some of the dishes listed when they reveal them. You could still rate them I would imagine.
    -Rosie


    Yes........no problems with entering this game and I have submitted two recipes already.

    In Australia we refer to all ketchup as tomato sauce.........but the Heinz variety is labelled as ketchup. All is stocked in our supermarkets in the sauce section. I think in US 'tomato sauce' might refer more to a pasta sauce. We just think of ketchup as being an American term for our tomato sauce

    I bought the Heinz brand ketchup for developing my recipes and taste testing others. Can't wait for the recipe reveal and to see all the original recipes that have been submitted

    -Julie
    rosie316
    Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:29 pm
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    **Jubes** wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:
    Julie, Thanks... I'll check out her site. Now, as for this ketchup contest, you can't enter, correct? But you have "access" to ketchup, right? Then play along by trying some of the dishes listed when they reveal them. You could still rate them I would imagine.
    -Rosie


    Yes........no problems with entering this game and I have submitted two recipes already.

    In Australia we refer to all ketchup as tomato sauce.........but the Heinz variety is labelled as ketchup. All is stocked in our supermarkets in the sauce section. I think in US 'tomato sauce' might refer more to a pasta sauce. We just think of ketchup as being an American term for our tomato sauce

    I bought the Heinz brand ketchup for developing my recipes and taste testing others. Can't wait for the recipe reveal and to see all the original recipes that have been submitted

    Hi Julie...You are correct. Here in the U.S., we have ketchup (although its proper name is catsup), which contains vinegar & sugar, that is used on burgers, hot dogs, etc. as a condiment and is quite thin in comparison to tomato sauce, which is thicker and usually flavored more for pasta dishes like spaghetti. And then we have tomato paste, which is extremely thick, also used in sauces & other dishes to thicken them a bit.
    Hope that helps!
    -Rosie


    -Julie


    Last edited by rosie316 on Tue Feb 05, 2013 9:45 pm, edited 2 times in total
    rosie316
    Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:34 pm
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    WOW! I don't know how that happened... my paragraph ended up inside your "quote box" Julie. Sorry! LOL. Hope that helps you understand a little better the US terms.
    -Rosie;-)
    Baby Kato
    Tue Feb 05, 2013 10:16 pm
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    I'm glad that you are enjoying the photos Rosie, I get them off different art sites....

    rosie316
    Tue Feb 05, 2013 10:40 pm
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    Baby Kato wrote:
    I'm glad that you are enjoying the photos Rosie, I get them off different art sites....



    LOVE the pics Baby Kato! LOL. Let me ask you... is "Heinz" sponsoring this particlar contest, or is "any type" of ketchup (catsup) eligible?
    -Rosie icon_smile.gif
    **Jubes**
    Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:36 pm
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    rosie316 wrote:
    WOW! I don't know how that happened... my paragraph ended up inside your "quote box" Julie. Sorry! LOL. Hope that helps you understand a little better the US terms.
    -Rosie;-)


    Thanks......definitely helps icon_biggrin.gif

    -Julie
    rosie316
    Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:59 pm
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    **Jubes** wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:
    WOW! I don't know how that happened... my paragraph ended up inside your "quote box" Julie. Sorry! LOL. Hope that helps you understand a little better the US terms.
    -Rosie;-)


    Thanks......definitely helps icon_biggrin.gif

    -Julie


    Excellent!! You found my reply that drifted off into space and landed in your quote box! LOL! (I think I may have cut in between your text and your name when I replied). Oh well, no harm done.
    Anyway... I didn't explain "marinara sauce" to you... ha ha ha!!! I say its the same a tomato sauce (like for spaghetti), thicker than catsup & flavored with herbs, etc., but some people will differ on that subject.
    Good luck in the contest, hun. I'm to get in at least 1 entry before the deadline. My computer is busted, so I'm using my "stupid smart phone"!

    Goodnight icon_smile.gif -Rosie
    Leggy Peggy
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 12:01 am
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    Oh my goodness, I'm late to the party! icon_redface.gif
    Looks like everyone is having a great time with a great list of ingredients.
    I forgot to get a reminder for this event so have only just now dropped in.
    Probably just as well because I have four—yes FOUR—Food.com house
    guests this week—mickeydownunder and her hubby and awalde and her
    daughter. What a good time we're having cooking and eating, but we sure
    aren't 'creating'.

    I noticed Rosie's and Julie's conversation about tomato sauce. Thought I'd
    add that US tomato sauce and Aussie tomato puree are the same thing.

    Also, Rosie, I'm heading to Uluru (Ayers Rock) later this month so I'll be
    sure to post some photos for you. I've been there twice before and it really
    is an amazing place to see. We expect to drive and camp, so there should
    be a lot of the country to show off. icon_smile.gif
    rosie316
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 12:23 am
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    Leggy Peggy wrote:
    Oh my goodness, I'm late to the party! icon_redface.gif
    Looks like everyone is having a great time with a great list of ingredients.
    I forgot to get a reminder for this event so have only just now dropped in.
    Probably just as well because I have four—yes FOUR—Food.com house
    guests this week—mickeydownunder and her hubby and awalde and her
    daughter. What a good time we're having cooking and eating, but we sure
    aren't 'creating'.

    I noticed Rosie's and Julie's conversation about tomato sauce. Thought I'd
    add that US tomato sauce and Aussie tomato puree are the same thing.

    Also, Rosie, I'm heading to Uluru (Ayers Rock) later this month so I'll be
    sure to post some photos for you. I've been there twice before and it really
    is an amazing place to see. We expect to drive and camp, so there should
    be a lot of the country to show off. icon_smile.gif


    Hi Peggy... Do you live in Aussie too? Jubes sent me a link for pics from her friend that is on holiday (haven't looked at it yet). I will get there one day before I croak!!!
    Yes there was a debate over ketchup (catsup) and tomato sauce. Glad its all cleared up.
    You can PM me the photos anytime. I'm dying to go there.

    As I said to Julie... "Goodnight"... but it just dawned on me... you people are around 4:00 p.m. tomorrow (Feb 6th) for us!!! Its only 11:00 p.m ( Feb 5th) in Chicago, illinois, USA. LMAO!!!
    Susie D
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 1:22 am
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    rosie316 wrote:


    LOVE the pics Baby Kato! LOL. Let me ask you... is "Heinz" sponsoring this particlar contest, or is "any type" of ketchup (catsup) eligible?
    -Rosie icon_smile.gif


    As long as it's tomato ketchup (catsup) all brands are acceptable. icon_cool.gif
    **Jubes**
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 2:56 am
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Leggy Peggy wrote:
    Oh my goodness, I'm late to the party! icon_redface.gif
    Looks like everyone is having a great time with a great list of ingredients.
    I forgot to get a reminder for this event so have only just now dropped in.
    Probably just as well because I have four—yes FOUR—Food.com house
    guests this week—mickeydownunder and her hubby and awalde and her
    daughter. What a good time we're having cooking and eating, but we sure
    aren't 'creating'.

    I noticed Rosie's and Julie's conversation about tomato sauce. Thought I'd
    add that US tomato sauce and Aussie tomato puree are the same thing.

    Also, Rosie, I'm heading to Uluru (Ayers Rock) later this month so I'll be
    sure to post some photos for you. I've been there twice before and it really
    is an amazing place to see. We expect to drive and camp, so there should
    be a lot of the country to show off. icon_smile.gif


    Hi Peggy... Do you live in Aussie too? Jubes sent me a link for pics from her friend that is on holiday (haven't looked at it yet). I will get there one day before I croak!!!
    Yes there was a debate over ketchup (catsup) and tomato sauce. Glad its all cleared up.
    You can PM me the photos anytime. I'm dying to go there.

    As I said to Julie... "Goodnight"... but it just dawned on me... you people are around 4:00 p.m. tomorrow (Feb 6th) for us!!! Its only 11:00 p.m ( Feb 5th) in Chicago, illinois, USA. LMAO!!!




    Peggy is also Australian and I think that she will be having lots of fun this week! No wonder the sauce/ketchup issue is confusing.........I guess that's why some of the reviews posted to Australian recipes that call for tomato sauce as an ingredient receive mixed reviews.

    It does get confusing for me with the date difference. Sometimes I have to make a post to work out what Food.com time is icon_lol.gif (I guess that I am time difference challenged ! )


    and Peggy.........we do want to see photos icon_wink.gif
    Leggy Peggy
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:02 am
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    Hey Julie, this is a great place to check on time and date.

    http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/

    and I promise to post photos. We're going to Brisbane this weekend,
    and Sydney and the Blue Mountains next week. Rosie, you'd better start
    saving for you Aussie trip.

    By the way, all this travel is brought on by another visitor. Sherry and I have
    been friends since we were four years old in the USA. We travelled to
    together in Africa in 2009, but this is her first visit to Australia. We're having
    a blast.
    threeovens
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:06 am
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    Okay. As I mentioned earlier I am a fan of plain, unadulterated ketchup. I love it on steak, hamburger, scrambled eggs, etc.

    A few years ago I was going for physical therapy because I had tennis elbow, not from playing tennis, but from sorting mail at the post office. Stop making fun. Anyway, I would leave work early to go for therapy. I would always be hungry, so one day I stopped at one of those hot dog trucks. I said, "Could I have some hot dog with my ketchup?" He said, "What did you say?" So I repeated it. Then he busted out laughing and told me what I'd said. He said I made his day. Talk about Freudian slips...
    Leggy Peggy
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:09 am
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    threeovens wrote:
    Okay. As I mentioned earlier I am a fan of plain, unadulterated ketchup. I love it on steak, hamburger, scrambled eggs, etc.

    A few years ago I was going for physical therapy because I had tennis elbow, not from playing tennis, but from sorting mail at the post office. Stop making fun. Anyway, I would leave work early to go for therapy. I would always be hungry, so one day I stopped at one of those hot dog trucks. I said, "Could I have some hot dog with my ketchup?" He said, "What did you say?" So I repeated it. Then he busted out laughing and told me what I'd said. He said I made his day. Talk about Freudian slips...


    Now that's a serious ketchup addiction. icon_wink.gif
    And so kind of you to give the guy such a good laugh.
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