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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!!