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  1. csb

    The Automotive Thread

    I learned this in 2002 in the parking lot of a St. Louis Olive Garden and it's magical.
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    Amazon Link - Please read..

    Well dang! I guess I then switch to the smile account I never use? And send you cold hard cash?
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    The Running Thread

    If I don't wear a headband, I go blind from sweat.
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    The Baking Thread

    My mother has a cooking skill that allows her to turn anything good bad. It came from this cookbook, which she kept as a Bible: https://www.amazon.com/JANE-BRODYS-GOOD-FOOD-BOOK/dp/B0082AHK5I/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_14_img_0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=6A1BNWFZYSYR930FZ7FG I'm now dying that it's "Living the High Carbohydrate Way." That doesn't sound keto. Here's the recipe: YIELD 16 ACTIVE TIME 15 TOTAL TIME 30 INGREDIENTS Dry ingredients for a mix for 16 2 2/3 cups whole wheat flour 1 1/3 cups unbleached flour 1 cup corn meal (or oat, millet or buckwheat) 1/2 cup wheat germ 1/4 cup sugar 4 tsp baking powder 2 tsp baking soda 1 tsp salt 1 cup dried buttermilk mix 1/3 cup powdered non-fat milk To make a batch for 4 servings: 1 1/2 cup mix 1 1/4 cup water 1 egg white 1 TBsp oil 1/4 tsp vanilla extract yogurt, fruit and syrup (optional) PREPARATION To make the mix, thoroughly combine all the dry ingredients and store in container in a dark place. To make enough pancakes for 4 people, combine the liquid ingredients and quickly stir them into 1 1/2 cups of the mix. Add more mix or water to make the thickness you prefer. Pour cakes into a very hot greased skillet and flip when ready. Top with yogurt instead of the traditional butter and fruit and syrup.
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    The Baking Thread

    My mother used to make buckwheat pancakes and I swear those things would practically mummify me, they were so dry. Ugh. Paying a friend to make pies for Thanksgiving. I'll post them like I baked them.
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    Amazon Link - Please read..

    I made sure to purchase the GD veggie tray carrier we need to go to GD Thanksgiving with the GD in-laws via the link. You're welcome.
  7. csb

    Best Thanksgiving Recipes?

    We top ours with crushed Ruffles. When I have a heart attack, I will taste these potatoes.
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    The Running Thread

    Lazy, not bedridden!
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    The Running Thread

    I give myself about a month to be lazy after a big event and then start running again.
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    Best Thanksgiving Recipes?

    1. This may be the best edit I've ever seen on this board. 2. What do these look like when finished?
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    The Baking Thread

    There's a fancy restaurant in Colorado named Snooze that's delightful for breakfast. Same thing- very busy, no reservations. However, they are f-ing rock stars about food allergies. I'd like to thank Boulder for that one.
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    The Baking Thread

    Do you need addresses to send us cookies? You know, like if you make too many?
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    I like that they are working towards a mass-market friendly pricing scheme. I can't wait to wear the Sketches knock-off version to meetings.
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