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funkymuse
Thursday, July 10, 2008, 2:55am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Seafood Chowder - Liquid Gold!  

Of course this is compliant for Hunters but not sure who else.  And I'm sure a few adjustments and you could cook it up for you and your's!  It's the Bomb!!!

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1014
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Lola
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nice!
thanks for posting!
will edit when I get a chance, or someone beats me to it.....
also Ribbits recipes she submitted yesterday.


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funky, that sounds really good!! thanks for taking the time to post and add it to the Recipe Central.
BTW, what did Ribbit add? I missed that apparently. thanks!  



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Lola
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check her latest posts and you ll see.....two new recipes I believe.


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funkymuse
Wednesday, August 13, 2008, 4:13pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I looked up this thread "New Recipe" because I think this would be a good place to have us post all our new recipes as we put them up.  

What do you think Admin's?

So here's the one I just added:

Sausage Breakfast Stirfy (this is delicious!)

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1036
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Wednesday, August 13, 2008, 5:39pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Or they can just change the name of the forum to "New Recipe 4 Your Type" and have the threads listed at For A, B, AB, O and we could add them like that..What do you think? 10 to 1 half dozen to the other?  
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Thanks for the mimiccream link, that looks great for my son (and only has a black dot at worst for me).

I think there's enough crossover between our healthy recipes' ingredients that separating them by type might make us miss out on good ones we can easily tweak according to type.

Perhaps just putting them into menu category...Appetizer, Vegetable, Dessert, Soups/Stews/Casseroles, Meat Entrees...I'm not sure what the categories should be, but something like that.




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simply submit the recipe and post the link here.....
thanks!


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funkymuse
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Quoted from Lola
simply submit the recipe and post the link here.....
thanks!


Thanks for changing the title Lola.  

This makes it easy to find post new recipes that we have posted without starting a new thread everytime.  
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Lola
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right, a heads up for every new recipe submitted to RC!


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What?  I guess the cold I'm suffering from is making me foggy-brained, but I don't understand.


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this thread works as a 'heads up' for every new addition to Recipe Central......better?


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You know what I would like to see, as a semi-regular contributer of recipes?  I'd like to be able to search by author.  I write down recipes and then forget about them.  If I could search for my own recipes, "by Ribbit", then I could find what I'm looking for.  Maybe I just need to start my own list somewhere else....just a thought though.


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Ribbit - you can.

Go to the Recipe page, and there's an option to Search by Author.

Or if you've added your name as contributor, you can just put your name in the search field and make sure Entire Recipe is selected, and you'll get the list of your own recipes.


Note to self: I am me, and also an O-nonnie - I'm allowed not to fit the mould.
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....I'd like to be able to search by author. ... If I could search for my own recipes, "by Ribbit", then I could find what I'm looking for. ...


or you can name them Ribbit's Zucchini Bread for instance. I named mine IB's Z B..........not because I want 'all the world' to know I posted it   but so it's easier for me to find it back (as my DH says)      



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So does anyone have any suggestions for using a Hunter compliant flour or grain mixture that would work in place of the Spelt?  
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any one of your grains or a mix thereof.....np.


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Hey Lola... can you add a comment that one could use evaporated milk in place of the Mimic Creme?

I think B's can use milk and maybe Nomad's?

Thank you.  
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sure, send me a pm with the exact wording you want me to use.


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Ground Beef Fettuccini Alfredo

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1040

ummm ummm good!
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Flat Iron Steak Gourmet Style - Ouu La La!!!

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1044
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very nice!
thanks FM!
now it has pictures, to look enticing!


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Lemon Turkey, a mild, kid-friendly stir-fry.  (Also good for gatherers)

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1045


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