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  • Delphineaz: gettting message my microsoft is invalid
    October 27, 2018, 03:32:21 PM
  • Delphineaz: Not sure what is wrong. Firefox and IE are both hit and miss.
    September 12, 2018, 10:50:34 PM
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    August 10, 2018, 12:24:52 AM
  • brian: how long has it been now?????LOL
    August 09, 2018, 11:47:40 AM
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    July 27, 2018, 11:55:02 PM
  • Sasha: Disregard previous question. Thx.
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  • Sasha: How do I report a “database error” to an administrator? Post fail.
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    June 25, 2018, 02:20:24 AM
  • Pooch1: I sometimes use if I'm unsure about how to word a search in Google.
    June 20, 2018, 12:45:06 PM
  • Delphineaz: Question.  Other than google what search engine do you recommend?
    June 20, 2018, 01:46:01 AM
  • Delphineaz: Hi diglady.... been a long time.  Are you still in AZ?
    June 20, 2018, 01:45:32 AM
  • diglady: Hi Delphineaz
    June 10, 2018, 02:37:21 PM
  • brian: SAD SACK ROOM
    April 25, 2018, 06:39:44 PM
  • Delphineaz: was just there. text won't print and name won't register in users
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  • alpiner1: Delphineaz    Chat doesn't work any more .
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  • Delphineaz: Alpiner haven't been in chat in a long time.  Seems time gets away from me.
    April 19, 2018, 07:01:53 PM
  • alpiner1: Sure miss the chat !
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Computer Store / Re: Tablets, Pads, Smart Phones
« on: June 15, 2017, 05:14:02 PM »
I have an android cell phone.  I turn it off wifi when I am away from a my personal wifi secured site.  With the hackers everywhere I feel that in my case since I pay all my bills online, it is to risky to walk around with it open to unsecured wifi sites.  Our local PD just had  workshop on this security risk and cited cases in the city I live where people had identify theaft happen at public places. 

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: November 21, 2016, 06:08:11 PM »
Mary I don't think I will ever make peace with not having a car.  It's just not in me.  It was my source of freedom from a marriage based on abuse.  It kept me sane.  Even after it was over I had to watch my back.  Moving to AZ and changing my phone number many times did not stop the mental abuse.  Only his death did.  So, yes, I do not have panic attacks every time the phone rings or the knocking at my door but the memory tapes still play.  I have found peace 2000 miles away but still have panic attacks.  Life for me is blessed here.  I thank God daily for his patience and love.  Fiends I have met on SN and here made a difference.  So many have worn and still wear the same shoes. We have walked together down so many roads.   Praise God, praise God.  Our Lady of Perpetual Help gave me back my life.  Without her to talk to at 3am I would not  have lasted till now.  Enough if maudlin thoughts, life is good.

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: November 16, 2016, 12:52:01 PM »
Thanks all for comments.  I only grocery shop once a month and haven't  gone this month yet.  Budget doesn't include money for car and since I do not buy lottery tickets to win one  I keep shopping to once a month, order food on line and go with what I have.  I hate not having a car but I guess things are as they must be. Tomorrow is our potluck here.  I am bring Schwans mashed cauliflower and rosettes.  Schwans mashed cauliflower is as good as it gets.  I made the cauliflower from scratch last year and loved it.  A man with Swedish family roots from Wisconsin makes the rosettes so I have them to bring too. He has a home here at FOS.  Lots of variety from people too.  One doz of rosettes are sugared and one is not.  No one uses pepper since so many allergic to it but the turkey is awesome.  I am a pepper lover and keep trying to find a good one.  So far I have only found one worth buying.  It comes from India.  Any suggestions?

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: November 09, 2016, 07:12:27 PM »
Thanks Mary.  Glad to hear any milk as I never use whole milk.

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: November 08, 2016, 06:21:44 PM »
Need help with piecrust  Do you use whole milk?  Is milk ice cold?  Tks

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: November 03, 2016, 07:55:32 PM »
I can bake anything except my own our crust so I never make pie.  My favorite is  strawberry rhubarb.  I always add strawberry jello mix to it, not much but a few tbsps.  I do the pie crust too but never eat it.  Maryc I will try your's.  It looks like even I could do it.  Ina, Betty, Julia, Martha and my favirite, Paula, have not been able to teach me how to make it without it turning out like old shoe leather.  I have "high" hopes. :knuppel2:

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: August 02, 2016, 05:43:24 PM »
I have been freezing milk, butter, cheese, eggs, etc  for years,. The eggs however are cooked and chopped for easy access for fresh salads, egg salad etc.  Seen where restaurants did it for fresh salad bar so have done for years.  I make chicken salad like you do too.  When I water chestnuts on shelf I have sometimes chipped them up too for both chicken and tuna salad.  Friend puts Mandarin leaves drained in her chicken salad.  I think they would be great in tuna or salmon salad too.

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: June 23, 2016, 04:43:26 PM »
I love my crock pot too, however I did some research this week and all the sites I looked at agreed in energy use.  A crock pot takes a lot more electricity than an oven.  It was amazing how much.  Over a given period of time at high crock pot or oven at 350, the crock pot is a really high user of electricity where as an oven is much more energy efficient. 

I use to steam my chicken for salads etc, I no longer do.  I was watching the cooking shows on public TV and food shows yrs ago and Ina Garden and others roast the breasts in oven or rotisserie them.  The difference in taste is incredible.  I often use oven to make soup too....beef or chicken....same difference and I am not chained to stove watching it.  When I buy rotisserie chicken from store it is organic or free range. Once I am home it is deboned, put into freezer containers in one cup sizes to be use as needed.

Computer Store / Re: Tablets, Pads, Smart Phones
« on: June 06, 2016, 10:24:38 PM »
quick question.

I have an android cell phone and a tablet.  I also have two laptops.  I do not have a land line telephone.  I am currently using a free secured wifi.  I am looking for a secured wifi because the free one I use is so slow.  Any suggestions?  My phone is tracfone and I think my tablet is t-mobile.  Since the tablet does not have a phone option I could not find anything at t-mobil that seemed to fit the

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: April 28, 2016, 09:37:15 PM »
Meatloaf is my favorite meat dish.  I often have breakfast at dinner/supper time.  I buy ground turkey or chicken and make meatloaf with it and it is awesome.  I also freeze stuffing in small amts to serve with turkey or chicken.  I prefer dark meat turkey so only buy the thighs and they are put in freezer with all the spices on them and froze in 1 thigh pkgs but they make two dinners.  When my market has organic turkey (or chicken) thighs I will buy as many pkgs as they will sell me since so many people like dark meat turkey.  They limit me to 4 usually.  I love this site....learn something every single day.  I love reading recipes as much as I love a good book.

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: April 27, 2016, 06:10:47 PM »
Yesterday I put 2# of 95% frozen hamberger in crock pot.  I added 1 lrg chopped onion and 2 cups celery.  When done I added 1 can each of rotel hot chopped tomatoes, stewed tomatoes, tomato soup, Mexican style chopped tomatoes and 2 cans of drained kidney beans, 1 cup of hot salsa, red pepper flakes, p&s, celery salt, garlic pwd and let it cook more.  I cooked a box of macaroni.  Put it in lrg roaster, stirred in meat mixture and baked covered in 350 oven.  When cooled I put it into 1 and 2 cup freezer containers.  It is now in freezer.  16 meals.  I also have chicken fetticini, beef veg soup, hash in the freezer.  I am one of those cooks who when I make something I want to be sure my time is used well.  Cooking or baking for the freezer is my way to go since I live alone and I would rather read a book than cook.

Computer Store / Re: Tablets, Pads, Smart Phones
« on: April 27, 2016, 05:55:46 PM »
Android and tablet question.  I get free Wi-Fi where I live.  It is secured.  The Android has Verizon as does the tablet.  I use the free.  I am pay as you go on Verizon.  I am considering paying for wifi.  What would be the best way to go?  I have found $40 is price Verizon charges.  Are there any other options?  I do not have a land line phone.

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: April 22, 2016, 07:25:42 PM »
MaryC, I have made this for years but I add 1 box of pasthio instant pudding to the ambrosia salad.  Another variation is crushed pretzels right before serving.

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: April 20, 2016, 08:26:02 PM »
My mom's is roast beef  cooked, raw potatoes and raw onions.  I don't have a meat grinder so use my Cuisnart to chop or grind the meat, raw potatoes and raw onions.  The potatoes have a lot of water in them so I squeez out excess water.  Once everything is chopped it is all stirred together and then cooked. I have baked it and fryed it.  I use unsalted butter, lots of it to dot the baked or fried hash.  Once cooked and edges crispy I freeze in 1 cup amts which is two meals for me.  I am a big user of pepper and very sparing with salt.  Since store bought meat has water added, salt is already there so with taste test after hash is completely cooked I may add salt.  There is so much natural salt in potatoes and onions salt additional salt is rarely needed. Approx 1/4 C butter. 

Homemaking, Food & Gardening / Re: What's For Dinner?
« on: April 13, 2016, 06:26:52 PM »
I accidentally made the most incredible beef soup last week in crock.pot.  I make awesome soups and this accidental soup was incredible.  I had some shank and skirt steak in the freezer.  I wanted to cookn it so I could make hash.  I put the bite size pieces in crock pot, coved it with a can of stewed tomatoes and can of Ro Tel Hot diced tomatoes with habaneros.  I set it in high, when beef was tender I removed it from pot.  There was a lot of juice in pot.  I added a qt of low salt beef stock, a pkg of dry Knorr veg soup and one half cup of barley.  It cooked till barley was done.  I DID NOT add one other thing to the soup, not even beef pieces.  The Knorr soup did its job.  The veggies came to life, the soup was incredible.  I froze 3 small containers.  The soup is thick and tasty.  The beef became beef hash.  I chopped the beef  in my cuisinart, added 4 chopped up potatoes and 1 chopped up red onion, no salt but added pepper.  I pan seared and steamed it with lots of unsalted butter till crisp on the bottom. I put 5 small containers in freezer.  My mom would have been so proud of my hash since I made it like her's.  The chopped potatoes had a lot of juice so I hand squeezed it out.

Leisure Activities / Re: RIP Merle Haggard
« on: April 13, 2016, 06:03:00 PM »
I was fortunate to see him in concert.  Sat in 3rd row.  He put on an amazing concert.  His music lives on, thanks always for the memories.  He always honored those who served and always included songs in his concerts relating to honor and patriotism.

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