Re: That's Cooking!

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Baron Von Reeve, Jul 26, 2003.

  1. You mean the era before those rotten video games. The days of jello 1-2-3 and
    the pinto car which some of the mere commoners drove.

    John Smith wrote:

    > Whatever happened to the good old days? What ever happened to cottage
    > cheese lime jello that many of us had at the ubiquitous church or community
    > pot-luck dinner? What about the casseroles that you grew up on as a kid?
    > What about the special cookies, pies and cakes that your mother and
    > grandmothers made for you?
    > Does a home made lemon meringue pie sound good? How about home made pinto
    > beans? How about home made potato lefse (Scandinavian - similar to flour
    > tortillas)? How about home made German sweet/sour cabbage, spaetzle and
    > beef roulade?
    > How about a home made cinnamon-nut muffin titled "Char's Muffins", served
    > warm from the oven with plenty of butter, that simply has no competition?
    > What about the rice krispies/marshmallow bars that are now available in the
    > candy aisle of every grocery store and convenience store? Those things were
    > developed with a grass roots following across the country by our mothers and
    > our friend's mothers in the 1970's, not the candy company. They are
    > supposed to be home made, not store bought (believe it or not, home made
    > ones are actually less-sweet).
    > I wanted to present a cookbook that reflected the tastes of my youth in what
    > was considered in the 1970's to be hearty and healthy (well, maybe not
    > healthy, but certainly mainstream). This collection of more than 200
    > recipes is from my mother and it is literally the recipe file that she
    > compiled over 40 plus years of marriage and 65 plus years of experience.
    > There are more than 200 recipes in this book which cover the topics of
    > breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, snacks, ethnic cuisine from Scandinavia,
    > Germany and Mexico, food preservation (canning), dill pickles and home made
    > "Finnish cheese". This book is full of memories and new ideas for you to
    > try in your home. I hope you enjoy it and that you get some new ideas from
    > it.
    > For your copy, send $10.00 check to:
    > Americana Cookbook
    > Swefinger Enterprises
    > 1150 N. Loop 1604 West, Suite 108-277
    > San Antonio, TX 78248
    > Swefinger Enterprises is registered in Bexar County (San Antonio) Texas
    Baron Von Reeve, Jul 26, 2003
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  2. trout

    trout Guest

    Baron Von Reeve wrote:

    > You mean the era before

    Well, *that* was even dumber than your usual, 'Tommy'.
    trout, Jul 26, 2003
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