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Christine Dabney wrote:
From the reading I have been doing, from various Italian experts, rice
is occasionally used. Pasta seems to be more common, but rice is
considered a part of some minestrones.

And pesto is a part of a Genovese Minestrone. This is from quite a
few Italian books...and experts.

Christine


For people who are gluten intolerant, they make "pasta" that is made
from rice flour. I buy this for my husband.


I will be out of town, so I can not join you during rfc's Minestrone
Mania, but I look forward to seeing the photos and reading the recipes
(hoping!).


We are driving to Florida, and I have never done a long car trip. I like
to fly, he likes road trips. I may look like Garfield with all 4 feet
glued to the windshield. I will take some duct tape with me, just in
case he talks to much. :-) Just kidding. No, I'm not.


Becca

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On Mon, 13 Oct 2008 15:59:40 -0500, Becca
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For people who are gluten intolerant,


Speaking of no gluten.... have you tried quinoa? Yum!


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On Mon, 13 Oct 2008 15:59:40 -0500, Becca
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I will take some duct tape with me, just in
case he talks to much. :-) Just kidding. No, I'm not.


If you can't stand the yakking, then iPod is your friend! LOL


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Becca wrote:

I will be out of town, so I can not join you during rfc's Minestrone
Mania, but I look forward to seeing the photos and reading the recipes
(hoping!).


Darn.

We are driving to Florida, and I have never done a long car trip. I
like to fly, he likes road trips. I may look like Garfield with all
4 feet glued to the windshield. I will take some duct tape with me,
just in case he talks to much. :-) Just kidding. No, I'm not.


(laugh) I like road trips. I don't know how long your trip is,
but I hope it turns out to be a nice ride. Pack a cooler.

nancy
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Nancy Young said...

Becca wrote:

I will be out of town, so I can not join you during rfc's Minestrone
Mania, but I look forward to seeing the photos and reading the recipes
(hoping!).


Darn.

We are driving to Florida, and I have never done a long car trip. I
like to fly, he likes road trips. I may look like Garfield with all
4 feet glued to the windshield. I will take some duct tape with me,
just in case he talks to much. :-) Just kidding. No, I'm not.


(laugh) I like road trips. I don't know how long your trip is,
but I hope it turns out to be a nice ride. Pack a cooler.

nancy



Road trips are great!!!

I was going to recommend renting the Jaguar XK8 convertible from Hertz but
they no longer rent them. 90mph in the rain with tiger claws on the road
was awesome!!!

http://tinyurl.com/3syd9f

Oh well. And NO EATING in the car!!!

Andy


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Becca wrote:


We are driving to Florida, and I have never done a long car trip. I
like to fly, he likes road trips. I may look like Garfield with all
4 feet glued to the windshield. I will take some duct tape with me,
just in case he talks to much. :-) Just kidding. No, I'm not.


Where in Florida are you going, if I may ask???

kili ------ who lives about an hour away from Tampa.


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On Mon, 13 Oct 2008 15:59:40 -0500, Becca
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For people who are gluten intolerant,


Speaking of no gluten.... have you tried quinoa? Yum!


Doh! Quinoa, now why didn't I think of that? I have cooked with quinoa,
but not since we have been married. Thanks for mentioning it.


Becca
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Nancy Young wrote:
like to fly, he likes road trips. I may look like Garfield with all
4 feet glued to the windshield. I will take some duct tape with me,
just in case he talks to much. :-) Just kidding. No, I'm not.

We are driving to Florida, and I have never done a long car trip. I

(laugh) I like road trips. I don't know how long your trip is, but I
hope it turns out to be a nice ride. Pack a cooler.

nancy


We are driving from Shreveport, LA to Tampa. That should be about 14
hours of driving time. I may enjoy it, who knows. :-)


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Andy wrote:
Road trips are great!!!

I was going to recommend renting the Jaguar XK8 convertible from Hertz but
they no longer rent them. 90mph in the rain with tiger claws on the road
was awesome!!!

http://tinyurl.com/3syd9f

Oh well. And NO EATING in the car!!!

Andy


Hey, eating in the car will be my favorite part of the trip. :-P


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kilikini wrote:
Where in Florida are you going, if I may ask???

kili ------ who lives about an hour away from Tampa.


We are cruising out of the port of Tampa, so we will be near you. We
leave on the 24th. We are having a Bon Voyage dinner at the Bahama
Breeze, because we can walk there from the hotel. We have had a group
dinner there before and everyone enjoyed it.

http://www.bahamabreeze.com/default.asp

Tomorrow, we are on our way to Las Vegas to celebrate my mother's 80th
birthday - it was her choice. Everybody in the immediate family is
going, so it will be a big group. I am looking forward to seeing two
great-nieces who are newborns. My brother has 12 children, so there are
always plenty of babies. :-)


Becca


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Becca wrote:
Nancy Young wrote:
like to fly, he likes road trips. I may look like Garfield with all
4 feet glued to the windshield. I will take some duct tape with me,
just in case he talks to much. :-) Just kidding. No, I'm not.

We are driving to Florida, and I have never done a long car trip. I

(laugh) I like road trips. I don't know how long your trip is, but
I hope it turns out to be a nice ride. Pack a cooler.

nancy


We are driving from Shreveport, LA to Tampa. That should be about 14
hours of driving time. I may enjoy it, who knows. :-)


Becca


Heck, I'm in Zephyrhills, about 1 hour north of Tampa. When are you
leaving?

kili


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On Tue, 14 Oct 2008 10:51:25 -0500, Becca
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sf wrote:
On Mon, 13 Oct 2008 15:59:40 -0500, Becca
wrote:


For people who are gluten intolerant,


Speaking of no gluten.... have you tried quinoa? Yum!


Doh! Quinoa, now why didn't I think of that? I have cooked with quinoa,
but not since we have been married. Thanks for mentioning it.

No problem! Just type "quinoa recipes" into google.com and you'll
find quite a few quinoa recipe collections.


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interest me are the number of carats in a diamond.

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