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May 2002 Issue
Italian Picnics and More
by Rossana S. Tarantini
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Recipe Exchange

No recipes to share this month, which means we have a whole bunch of requests still unanswered. We have a few new requests though so let's dig out our books and see if we can help some fellow readers out!!!

  • Nina sent in a request for instructions on how to make yogurt jelly.

  • Linda needs to know: Has anybody succeeded in molding the chocolate basket with handle? Mine keep breaking; sure could use some help?

  • And Deana asks for a recipe for a corn casserole from the south.

And, for those out there looking to help answer requests, here are the as-yet unanswered requests:

  • From MaryAnn: Please send me a recipe for homemade fruit jam. Thank you and more power.

  • From Sandra: I'm looking for a recipe for Coney Island Chili, which was also used as a Coney Island Sauce. Apparently, in the 1950's, it was served at the Coney Island restaurants.

  • From Jesica: My grandmother used to have a meatloaf recipe that used Pet Milk in it. It also had cream of mushroom & tomato soup, saltines, and peaches that were placed on top of the meatloaf and held in place with cloves. If you happen to have this recipe, I'd appreciate your help.

  • From another Sandra: I'd love to duplicate the Spanish Bar Cakes from A&P (this is a grocery store chain here in Canada) stores years ago.
There are a lot of requests out there. So, let's get out there and search out those recipes!!!


This month in Etcetera, we revisit the things our mothers taught us.

  • My mother taught me to meet a challenge: What were you thinking?? Answer me when I talk to you!! Don't talk back to me!!

  • My mother taught me medicine: If you don't stop crossing your eyes, they'll freeze that way!!

  • My mother taught me humour: When that lawn mower cuts off your toes, don't come running to me.

  • My mother taught me ESP: Put your sweater on; don't you think that I know when you're cold??

  • My mother taught me how to become an adult: If you don't eat your vegetables, you'll never grow up.

  • My mother taught me about anticipation: Just wait until your father gets home!!

  • My mother taught me to think ahead: If you don't pass your spelling test, you'll never get a good job.

  • My mother taught me genetics: You are just like your father!!

  • My mother taught me logic: If you fall off that swing and break your neck, you can't go to the store with me!!

  • My mother taught me about my roots: Do you think you were born in a barn???

  • My mother taught me about receiving: You are going to get it when we get home!!

TTFN . . . Here's a thought I have always found profound: It's not so much our friends' help that helps us, as it is the confident knowledge that they will help us.

See you next month!!

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