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Old 16-07-2005, 09:07 PM
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Cucumbers are in the washing machine as we speak.
Pictures at 11:00.
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Old 17-07-2005, 01:39 AM
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"Melba's Jammin'" wrote in message
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Cucumbers are in the washing machine as we speak.
Pictures at 11:00.
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-Barb, http://www.jamlady.eboard.com 7/8/05 WeBeJammin'!


washing machine?

Kathi


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Old 17-07-2005, 02:37 AM
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"Melba's Jammin'" wrote in message
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Cucumbers are in the washing machine as we speak.
Pictures at 11:00.
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-Barb, http://www.jamlady.eboard.com 7/8/05 WeBeJammin'!


washing machine?

Kathi


Yes, ma'am. Cold rinse, gentle cycle, with a couple towels. Gets those
bad boys clean without any appreciable effort on my part.

And I've got six pints in the BWB as we speak. About to come out
inezzackly 52 seconds, then I'm going across the street to visit The
Widow Dorothy and have a can of TaB at her house.

Munchkin comes tomorrow and will be here for a couple days. Gotta find
a water park for us. Hotter'n Hades today -- and me canning pickles.
Mom always used to say that you have to can when the vegetables and
fruit are ready, not when YOU are. Wise woman.
-B
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Old 17-07-2005, 06:25 AM
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On Sat 16 Jul 2005 06:37:21p, Melba's Jammin' wrote in rec.food.preserving:

In article , "Kathi Jones"
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"Melba's Jammin'" wrote in message
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Cucumbers are in the washing machine as we speak.
Pictures at 11:00.
--
-Barb, http://www.jamlady.eboard.com 7/8/05 WeBeJammin'!


washing machine?

Kathi


Yes, ma'am. Cold rinse, gentle cycle, with a couple towels. Gets those
bad boys clean without any appreciable effort on my part.


Top or front loader?

And I've got six pints in the BWB as we speak. About to come out
inezzackly 52 seconds, then I'm going across the street to visit The
Widow Dorothy and have a can of TaB at her house.

Munchkin comes tomorrow and will be here for a couple days. Gotta find
a water park for us. Hotter'n Hades today -- and me canning pickles.
Mom always used to say that you have to can when the vegetables and
fruit are ready, not when YOU are. Wise woman.
-B


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On Sat 16 Jul 2005 06:37:21p, Melba's Jammin' wrote in rec.food.preserving:

In article , "Kathi Jones"
wrote:

"Melba's Jammin'" wrote in message
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Cucumbers are in the washing machine as we speak.
Pictures at 11:00.
--
-Barb, http://www.jamlady.eboard.com 7/8/05 WeBeJammin'!


washing machine?

Kathi


Yes, ma'am. Cold rinse, gentle cycle, with a couple towels. Gets those
bad boys clean without any appreciable effort on my part.


Oh, forgot... For crisp pickles, do *not* add softener! :-)

And I've got six pints in the BWB as we speak. About to come out
inezzackly 52 seconds, then I'm going across the street to visit The
Widow Dorothy and have a can of TaB at her house.


Munchkin comes tomorrow and will be here for a couple days. Gotta find
a water park for us. Hotter'n Hades today -- and me canning pickles.
Mom always used to say that you have to can when the vegetables and
fruit are ready, not when YOU are. Wise woman.
-B


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Give me a smart idiot over a stupid genius any day.
Sam Goldwyn, 1882-1974


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Old 17-07-2005, 06:13 PM
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Melba's Jammin' wrote:

In article , "Kathi Jones"
wrote:

"Melba's Jammin'" wrote in message
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Cucumbers are in the washing machine as we speak.
Pictures at 11:00.


washing machine?


Yes, ma'am. Cold rinse, gentle cycle, with a couple towels. Gets those
bad boys clean without any appreciable effort on my part.


Washing machines are quite useful.

I remember reading about one fellow who rigged one up to knead dough for
the breads he served at his (newly-opened) restaurant in the early
'70s... and in a cookbook I have called "SPAM AROUND THE WORLD," there's
a Micronesian recipe for Octopus and Spam that calls for putting the
octopus--properly dispatched by that time, I imagine--inside the machine
and running it dry to tenderize the critter.

B/
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"Brian Mailman" wrote in message
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Melba's Jammin' wrote:

In article , "Kathi Jones"
wrote:

"Melba's Jammin'" wrote in message
...
Cucumbers are in the washing machine as we speak.
Pictures at 11:00.


washing machine?


Yes, ma'am. Cold rinse, gentle cycle, with a couple towels. Gets those
bad boys clean without any appreciable effort on my part.


Washing machines are quite useful.

I remember reading about one fellow who rigged one up to knead dough for
the breads he served at his (newly-opened) restaurant in the early
'70s... and in a cookbook I have called "SPAM AROUND THE WORLD," there's
a Micronesian recipe for Octopus and Spam that calls for putting the
octopus--properly dispatched by that time, I imagine--inside the machine
and running it dry to tenderize the critter.

B/


my 11 year old daughter would say 'eeewww'.....there are no spelling
suggestions for the vocals I just made - 'yuck' will have to do....

Octopus and Spam???

people will eat anything........

Kathi


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Kathi Jones wrote:

"Brian Mailman" wrote in message
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Melba's Jammin' wrote:

In article , "Kathi Jones"
wrote:

"Melba's Jammin'" wrote in message
...
Cucumbers are in the washing machine as we speak.
Pictures at 11:00.


washing machine?


Yes, ma'am. Cold rinse, gentle cycle, with a couple towels. Gets those
bad boys clean without any appreciable effort on my part.


Washing machines are quite useful.

I remember reading about one fellow who rigged one up to knead dough for
the breads he served at his (newly-opened) restaurant in the early
'70s... and in a cookbook I have called "SPAM AROUND THE WORLD," there's
a Micronesian recipe for Octopus and Spam that calls for putting the
octopus--properly dispatched by that time, I imagine--inside the machine
and running it dry to tenderize the critter.


my 11 year old daughter would say 'eeewww'.....there are no spelling
suggestions for the vocals I just made - 'yuck' will have to do....


As an aunt said to me many years ago when I was young and dinosaurs
still roamed the earth--when she lifted the lid on a pot of chicken foot
stew and I got a good look of all those feet standing there two by two
and no chicken on top--"We don't say 'yuck' to food people have made for
us."

Octopus and Spam???

people will eat anything......


Well, especially if it's in the culture...the Chinese couldn't believe
we would eat rotting milk.

B/


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