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46 minutes ago, ubkev said:

Hey, y'all are smarter than me. Bought a 10lb bag of potatoes. It's got ants in it. What to do now? I really don't want to go back to the store. If at all possible. My wife just lost her mind and put the potatoes on the back steps. Critters will probably get to them sooner than later. Any way for me to de-ant the taters or am I out 4 bucks? Can I wash em all off and leave them out to dry or will they rot?

What kind of ants? Either way I would say just wash them off, they grow in the dirt anyway. But if they’re fire ants take extra precautions. 

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peanut butter cookies......covid diet

1 1/2 C flour, 1/2t b. soda, 1/4t salt...….sifted together and set aside

1/2 C softened butter, 3/4 C b sugar, 1/4 C gran sugar, ……..creamed, then add 3/4C peanut butter (crunchy is better), 1 egg, 1t vanilla......mix well

add the dry ingredients and mix until combined.....

small cookie scoop...….9 minutes at 350 F......if you like them soft.....10 if you like them hard...….easy.....EASY!......

It's a small batch to minimize the guilt.

 

Deep Fried Yellow Perch last night...……… with homemade coleslaw...… mmmmmm

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Zamboni said:

Making a cast iron skillet pizza tonight for dinner. First time in a cast iron skillet. Looking forward to it.

It works well in a cast iron skillet.  Get your oven as hot as it can go.

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I made the oddest mac and cheese. I only had ziti pasta and angel hair spaghetti and had to use soy milk for the cheese sauce. Surprisingly, the soy milk behaved pretty much like cow's milk when it was heated up in the roux. Slightly different flavor profile, but just fine nonetheless.

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5 minutes ago, PASabreFan said:

I made the oddest mac and cheese. I only had ziti pasta and angel hair spaghetti and had to use soy milk for the cheese sauce. Surprisingly, the soy milk behaved pretty much like cow's milk when it was heated up in the roux. Slightly different flavor profile, but just fine nonetheless.

Home made mac n cheese.  You're good people.

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Wings!  Taking a special lady to Letchworth for her first time after the world hopefully returns to normal.  Also want to get some good wings.  She hasn't had those either.  Any excellent places anyone would recommend in that area?  Anywhere south to southeast of Buffalo preferred.  East Aurora (Bar Bill) and Orchard Park (Duff's) aren't too out of the way, but wanted to see if there are any other good options.  Thanks!

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This was a great breakfast idea Sunday. 
Make the bacon. Pour pancake batter like the photo shows. Drop Bacon in the middle. Pour more batter over the top to coat the bacon. Flip it over to cook the other side of the pancake. When done, you can either pick them up and dip them in a small bowl of maple syrup, or use a fork and knife and cut them into portions and dip those into maple syrup.

https://www.ladybehindthecurtain.com/buffet-pancake-dippers/

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