Nice new board name!!!!! Did you notice?

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Registered: 01-31-2001
Nice new board name!!!!! Did you notice?
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Tue, 02-14-2012 - 5:03pm

SEASONAL COOKING

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Registered: 04-25-2011
Tue, 02-14-2012 - 5:14pm

I would have never noticed...............but

I think its great cuz we can post (or read) all different type of food receipes - not just catering to the Season

good job

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Registered: 01-31-2001
Tue, 02-14-2012 - 5:26pm

Hi there Denise. We like it. Of course we talk off topic too...got to have a chat when you have something to say, question

SEASONAL COOKING
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Registered: 04-25-2011
Tue, 02-14-2012 - 6:12pm

Absolutely Army Wives - my gut tells me it

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Registered: 01-31-2001
Tue, 02-14-2012 - 6:27pm

SEASONAL COOKING
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Registered: 11-18-2008
Tue, 02-14-2012 - 6:56pm

Sure! I hope it will help in searches when people are looking for seasonal recipes and ideas. There seems to be such a movement (or return to?) seasonal cooking lately - at least amongst the folks I know. We're all trying to eat more local foods, which also means seasonal. I admit that my version of "local" gets a lot wider during the winter months. :smileyembarrassed:

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Registered: 01-31-2001
Tue, 02-14-2012 - 7:14pm

Unless you have a heated greenhouse in your area (or backyard) local has to be a bigger area in Winter. The difference in freshness when you buy local is what amazes me.

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Registered: 11-18-2008
Tue, 02-14-2012 - 7:35pm

Are you hiding in my kitchen??? :smileyvery-happy: I just went to pull out some potatoes - DH bought them at the store last week - and they looked terrible! The ones I've been getting in our organic / local delivery box have been so much better. I was just thinking to myself "It's amazing how quickly these store potatoes go bad!"

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Registered: 10-31-2001
Tue, 02-14-2012 - 7:36pm
Waving right back! I like it, easy enough to find and doesn't make people wonder if they have to stick to just what might be in season where they are. Thanks Kellie...
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Registered: 01-31-2001
Tue, 02-14-2012 - 7:40pm
ROFL Guess I was the one hiding in the corner! The difference is huge if you ask me. Same with pumpkin/squash etc and don't get me started on 'fresh' green beans. The ones from the supermarket can go off in days. It really makes you wonder how long they have had them in storage for, or badly transported in trucks. I so love fresh. I avoid supermarkets whenever I can. Love the local butcher shops too. Oh and they have the best fresh eggs that actually taste wonderful. I guess it comes down to fresh/seasonal is best!...oh sorry about your potatoes. I hope they have not started to smell. Ewwwww.
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Registered: 04-25-2011
Wed, 02-15-2012 - 4:36pm

I know shows start later there - sometimes you and England are 2 years behind.

Please, please go online and watch the first episode of "Revenge" - It started here in September - it is so good

Also - use your guide and watch for "Person of Interest" to start - I don't know anyone

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