Monthly Archives: September 2010

Wolfgang Puck Immersion Blender with attachments

This is a wonderful appliance that I got for my birthday about 2 years ago. I actually wanted it because it came with a neat little case which made it very easy to store. I also liked the length which … Continue reading

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A Rare Win

I grew up as a New York Mets fan. Nothing has changed. They continue to provide hope then break our hearts. Richard and I have DISH to see WPIX and Direct TV. We have MLB on our iPhones. We usually … Continue reading

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Sewing and Machine Embroidery

I love sewing, all kinds. I have a number of sewing machines and, like most people who enjoy sewing, too much fabric. I wish I could sew as fast as my brain could think because I love to plan projects … Continue reading

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Scorpions

Scorpions a delightful tropical drink By Richard McCarty as a tribute to the Reno Rib Fest 6 oz orange juice 4 oz lemon juice 1 1/2 oz orgeat syrup 6 oz light rum 1 oz brandy

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LABOR DAY 2010

Hi everyone, first post today is going to be the menu for Labor Day barbecue. The ribs are currently in the ‘fridge rubbed with Penseys Barbecue 500.  Richard who refuses to eat ribs will have a sausage platter. There is … Continue reading

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All American Potato Salad

From Cooks Illusrated Serves 4 to 6.   Published July 1, 2004. Note that this recipe calls for celery seed, not celery salt; if only celery salt is available, use the same amount but omit the addition of salt in the … Continue reading

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