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I used a recipe from the Edmonds Cookbook as advised by a New Zealand
friend. Beating the meringue was not the familiar way for me -- in this
recipe the egg whites and sugar and beated together from the get-go. I
will be curious to see if it has the characteristic soft interior a pav
is supposed to have. Stay tuned. Now I gotta find someone who'll eat
it!
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On 1/23/2014 10:04 PM, Melba's Jammin' wrote:
I used a recipe from the Edmonds Cookbook as advised by a New Zealand
friend. Beating the meringue was not the familiar way for me -- in this
recipe the egg whites and sugar and beated together from the get-go. I
will be curious to see if it has the characteristic soft interior a pav
is supposed to have. Stay tuned. Now I gotta find someone who'll eat
it!



Me! Me! Me!

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On Fri, 24 Jan 2014 13:23:51 -0600, Janet Wilder
wrote:

On 1/23/2014 10:04 PM, Melba's Jammin' wrote:
I used a recipe from the Edmonds Cookbook as advised by a New Zealand
friend. Beating the meringue was not the familiar way for me -- in this
recipe the egg whites and sugar and beated together from the get-go. I
will be curious to see if it has the characteristic soft interior a pav
is supposed to have. Stay tuned. Now I gotta find someone who'll eat
it!



Me! Me! Me!


Wait a minute! Did you hear what the temps are up there? Careful,
woman.
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On 1/24/2014 4:20 PM, Janet Bostwick wrote:
On Fri, 24 Jan 2014 13:23:51 -0600, Janet Wilder
wrote:

On 1/23/2014 10:04 PM, Melba's Jammin' wrote:
I used a recipe from the Edmonds Cookbook as advised by a New Zealand
friend. Beating the meringue was not the familiar way for me -- in this
recipe the egg whites and sugar and beated together from the get-go. I
will be curious to see if it has the characteristic soft interior a pav
is supposed to have. Stay tuned. Now I gotta find someone who'll eat
it!



Me! Me! Me!


Wait a minute! Did you hear what the temps are up there? Careful,
woman.
Janet US


She can bring it here and warm up while she's at it. :-)

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In article m,
Janet Wilder wrote:

On 1/23/2014 10:04 PM, Melba's Jammin' wrote:
I used a recipe from the Edmonds Cookbook as advised by a New Zealand
friend. Beating the meringue was not the familiar way for me -- in this
recipe the egg whites and sugar and beated together from the get-go. I
will be curious to see if it has the characteristic soft interior a pav
is supposed to have. Stay tuned. Now I gotta find someone who'll eat
it!



Me! Me! Me!


:-) Next time.
We have good friends we haven't seen in a long time. I'd been kicking
around in my head the idea of inviting them (it would have been short
notice) and trying to decide if I wanted to shovel the house and if the
desire to have them in for dinner and a looksee at my new kitchen would
outweigh the need to do some crisis cleaning. While I was thinking
about it, the phone rang‹our friend, telling us they'd be in our
community and would we like to meet up for dinner somewhere that
evening. LOL!! I invited them here and then Rob and I set to the
Crisis Cleaning ‹ My True Love does a fine job vacuuming and dusting and
I can box and hide well! I have no shame. They braved some pretty
shitty weather and arrived about 15 minutes before the popovers were due
to come out of the oven. A really, really nice evening with two of
the finest people you'd ever hope to meet. Mr. used to post here and
Mrs. acted as my brother's advocate as we were sorting out options for
his care (she's a social worker and wanted to make sure that his desires
were heard). The pot roast was good, the carrots excellent, the
potatoes properly lumpy, the gravy hot, the pickled cherries and bread &
butter pickles were delicious, and dessert and coffee were the icing on
the cake, so to speak. It had been too long since we'd talked or seen
them. That kind of "OMG, I was JUST thinking about you" happens to me
frequently. If he hadn't called me, I was within 10 minutes of calling
him. We are lucky to know them.
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In article ,
Janet Bostwick wrote:

On Fri, 24 Jan 2014 13:23:51 -0600, Janet Wilder
wrote:

On 1/23/2014 10:04 PM, Melba's Jammin' wrote:
I used a recipe from the Edmonds Cookbook as advised by a New Zealand
friend. Beating the meringue was not the familiar way for me -- in this
recipe the egg whites and sugar and beated together from the get-go. I
will be curious to see if it has the characteristic soft interior a pav
is supposed to have. Stay tuned. Now I gotta find someone who'll eat
it!



Me! Me! Me!


Wait a minute! Did you hear what the temps are up there? Careful,
woman.
Janet US


Oh, GOD!! We've already been through the wringer (Beck said the kids
are likely to be in school until July, making up days lost to weather)
and there's more of this sh** coming tonight -- the cold weather sh**.
The white shovelable sh** came overnight. Why I'm not in the Caribbean
is a damned mystery to me!
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http://www.barbschaller.com, as of April 8, 2013.
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In article m,
Janet Wilder wrote:

On 1/24/2014 4:20 PM, Janet Bostwick wrote:
On Fri, 24 Jan 2014 13:23:51 -0600, Janet Wilder
wrote:

On 1/23/2014 10:04 PM, Melba's Jammin' wrote:
I used a recipe from the Edmonds Cookbook as advised by a New Zealand
friend. Beating the meringue was not the familiar way for me -- in this
recipe the egg whites and sugar and beated together from the get-go. I
will be curious to see if it has the characteristic soft interior a pav
is supposed to have. Stay tuned. Now I gotta find someone who'll eat
it!



Me! Me! Me!


Wait a minute! Did you hear what the temps are up there? Careful,
woman.
Janet US


She can bring it here and warm up while she's at it. :-)


Be careful what you wish for, Woman!
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http://www.barbschaller.com, as of April 8, 2013.


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