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Vegetarian recipes

007
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:19 PM
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QUOTE (Tulip)
No. Why?

curious.
btw. you might want to give credit to the author of the recipe. and i bet alfredo can google a recipe too.
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Tulip
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:27 PM
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QUOTE (007)
curious.
btw. you might want to give credit to the author of the recipe. and i bet alfredo can google a recipe too.


Aren't we curious about everything all the time? :wink: I know that Alfredo is capable of googling but I ate this 1000's of times and loved it every time. I don't know the name of author but my congratulations to the inventor. smile.gif
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Tulip
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:30 PM
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QUOTE (Alfredo)
To all you veggies in the house - have you got any good sites, tips on what to eat, recipes, etc, for vegetarian food.

I'm thinking of broadening my diet.

(Fish, eggs, milk, cheese all fine)

Shoot!


I'm sorry that I assumed your non-ability to google and suggested a recipe. Save me from 007, she will dig up all cook books and might sue me for eating this dish for so long without paying copyright money to the author.
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Alfredo
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:34 PM
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You know, you have made me a happy Alfredo ...

I feel I've really made it, when women start arguing over my googling capabilities!

Merci bucketloads.

8) 8) 8)
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007
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:34 PM
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QUOTE (Tulip)
Aren't we curious about everything all the time? :wink: I know that Alfredo is capable of googling but I ate this 1000's of times and loved it every time. I don't know the name of author but my congratulations to the inventor. smile.gif


oh, you mean you're posting the recipe from memory?
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Tulip
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:38 PM
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[quote="Alfredo"]You know, you have made me a happy Alfredo ...

I feel I've really made it, when women start arguing over my googling capabilities!

Merci bucketloads.

laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif
You are crazy.
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Fishtank
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:41 PM
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I may make Potato Latkes today evening. sounds easy to make and tasty.

unbleached flour: No idea what it is called in Sweden. So may end up using the vetemjöl. Is that ok or will taste strange???????
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Tulip
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:43 PM
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QUOTE (007)
oh, you mean you're posting the recipe from memory?


No James! I can't tell you how to boil an egg from my memory. I found this recipe and it is the same way my gradma/ma/aunt/mil made it but with proper proportions and all. I just cook it automatically without any recipe or measuring.
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Tulip
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:46 PM
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QUOTE (FishTank)
I may make Potato Latkes today evening. sounds easy to make and tasty.

unbleached flour: No idea what it is called in Sweden. So may end up using the vetemjöl. Is that ok or will taste strange???????


You won't be disappointed FishMan! Just go to a healthstore for the right flour or if you are not picky then use whatever you have.
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007
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:51 PM
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QUOTE (Tulip)
I can't tell you how to boil an egg from my memory...
I just cook it automatically without any recipe or measuring.


bit of a contradiction that laugh.gif see how tough it is to keep your story straight, even in the same post.

QUOTE (Tulip)
I found this recipe and it is the same way my gradma/ma/aunt/mil made it but with proper proportions and all.


you found it yet you couldn't give the author credit?
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Tulip
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:52 PM
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QUOTE (007)
bit of a contradiction that laugh.gif see how tough it is to keep your story straight, even in the same post.



you found it yet you couldn't give the author credit?

:roll: There was no mention of author.
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007
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:54 PM
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QUOTE (Tulip)
:roll: There was no mention of author.


no link?
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Tulip
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:54 PM
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Could you please find it so Fishman can have his dinner without feeling any guilt? laugh.gif
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007
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:54 PM
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i thought you found it?
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Tulip
post 4.Mar.2008, 12:59 PM
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I found the recipe years ago. I wanted you to look up for the name of the author.
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