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Thread: it's probably happened to you too !!--recipe search

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    it's probably happened to you too !!--recipe search

    Planned to cook apples and pork tenderloin from a recipe which needed more ingredients than I had. Bought the needed then got up this morning and couldn't find the recipe on quilt forum back thru 2 months of recipes.
    After 2 hrs and even going on the chat line I looked in cookbook area. There it was printed out in the local paper even showing a photo. All that wasted time --looked on forum, went to some web sites but never the correct one. I wanted this one or nothing. Meat has to marinate 6 hrs so I may have to shorten. Better be worth all this
    aggravation.

    Seems a lady may have asked me for Watermelon rind pickle recipe ---if I didn't reply it was because it happened
    around the time of my surgery. If you still want it I now know how to start a thread and I can put it in the
    RECIPE section. Please let me know as I would not ignore a request.

    I'm sure you all have had days looking for printed mater as well as searching for sewing things.

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    This happened several times to me. Too many recipe websites. Now I cut and paste the recipe into Word and stash it into folders. Less stress and I can always find what I'm looking for!

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    I would love it if you were to post your Watermelon rind pickle recipe! I love these pickles and would love to know the recipe! Thank you for sharing.
    God, Wonderful Family, Great Health, Awesome Friends, Quilting & Chocolates - - What more could a girl be blessed with!!

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    I also have a recipe for sweet watermelon rind pickles if you can't find the other one. Long, labor intensive process but they are worth it. During the process your whole house will smell wonderful.
    Kaye Jacobson Salverda

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    Morigstar, I'd love to have the recipe for the apples & pork tenderloin. Please pm me. I see you are from Bonita Springs. We lived in B.S. for 20 years. Thanks in advance.
    Alma
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    So do I! Copy, paste, and save, that is. Much easier.
    Last edited by M.Elizabeth; 10-03-2012 at 04:44 PM.

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    Would love to have the watermelon pickle recipe myself
    I lived in Bonita Springs, loved it! '06-'08, plan on moving back early 2014!!!

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    Morningstar, I am the one who asked for the pickle recipe, and yes you did respond and told me of your upcoming surgery. Sorry that I didn't acknowledge you. Thank you so much. Haven't made any yet, but appreciate your time in responding, especially so since you were having surgery in a day or two. Hope all came out well and you are up and going now. Again, thanks.
    Anne

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    Are the apples just fried apples? I know that sounds terrible, but it is really wonderful. When I make pork chops I sometimes add the apples (cored, peeled, and cut in slices) at the end, and pan 'fry' it, now a days there is usually not much oil, but you may add a little, as the apples get soft add a little sugar(a small amount a teaspoon is plenty), either plain or brown to the apples. I usually serve then. Some may add cinnamon.
    Keep away from people who belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you too can become great. Mark Twain

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