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Adrian, MI

#33075 Feb 18, 2014
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
Indeed, salt for road/street treatment for winter weather is in such demand, and there are shortages and order backlogs all around.
Alternatives for pre-treating are a brine solution, or a "beet juice" treatment, and another -- that might be "pickle juice" (but I'm vague on recalling what it was).
Good morning/late-for-tea, Kitchen-eers.
beat juice? sugar?
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Adrian, MI

#33076 Feb 18, 2014
hey pops,your slip is showing
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Adrian, MI

#33077 Feb 18, 2014
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
Never mind ... it's all good. I realize that it was a 2-part post.
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/weird/TTJVITJ...
Luke, thanks for bringing it to my attention, just missed it, lots going on here and this dude is on the same track as I am, thanks again
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Adrian, MI

#33078 Feb 18, 2014
lol, Luke I know Cecil from the second link, quite a character, he attends the Michigan Aquaculture Association meetings

“CHEERING UK IN OLYMPICS”

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#33079 Feb 19, 2014
'Morning!
Busy assisting in replacing fencing yesterday which blew down
in the winds which hit us....later lost power for some unknown
reason as it was a lovely day here yesterday.....time it came back
on, so much to do, so little time, lol

Masses of interesting conversations here, I will enjoy catching up
with y'all. Gradually. My services are required outside again....(:

“CHEERING UK IN OLYMPICS”

Since: Jun 06

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#33080 Feb 19, 2014
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
The movie has been slammed here too. I have no clue how many Brits were cast in very minor roles, but at least a major support role was nabbed by Lord Grantham!
BTW, a little after Christmas, PBS telecast "Mr. Stink" starring Hugh Bonneville.
Anyway ... we all here dwell and play and thrive with one another here in the hamlet of Llareggub.
:)
Good mornin/tea-time Kitchen-eers!
Indeed we do Cuz Luke. Greetings from LLareggub!
As you will know, there is a plaque outside the Chelsea indicating
the authur of LLareggub, lived and wrote there.(You woulda thought
something just might have rubbed off...all that talent under one roof)

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#33081 Feb 19, 2014
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
Buds and shoots already! Oh my word
'Twas a pleasant enough day in the afternoon after the clouds broke yesterday.
More snow, sleet, and freezing rain coming through middle-earth Indiana today.
I KNOW! Teeny bright green foliage starting on the 'Bridal Wreath'...the virginial
white of the snowdrops nodding their little heads......

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#33082 Feb 19, 2014
tallyho wrote:
ITEM:
The story of this brutal winter may best be told 60 miles east of Buffalo, where a mine runs as deep as the Empire State Building is tall.
It's here where you'll find a couple hundred miners 1,300 feet below ground working nine-hour shifts, seven days a week to keep up with the nation's voracious appetite for this season's hottest commodity: Salt.
Hats off to these dedicated hard workers Sir Tally.....where would we be without
them. A large area of Cheshire England, the Wiches,(Northwich, etc.,) is where
the salt is mined over here, am thinking why do they not use more sand, as the
height of the beaches has risen since the storms.

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#33083 Feb 19, 2014
Paisley_Posey wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you El, it was dry going down but treacherous coming back. Everyone was driving cautiously, I think folks have seen enough accidents and slide-offs this Winter that it's made Nervous Nelly's of us all, lol. But we're back.
Oh the disappearing posts! I posted a reply to you with a link about the agave nectar and it must not be showing, so I'll repost. I really like the taste of it, and you do use less of it than sugar, but it has some drawbacks that upon learning them I've cut us back from daily use (hubby was sweetening his coffee with it), to the occasional treat. Everything in moderation.
I hope good weather is holding for you. Our warmest day since early November is bringing the risk of severe thunderstorms with it on Thursday...figures, lol.
Thank you for the well wishes, this funeral was for hubby's great uncle, a well-loved and elderly gentleman who has gone home after a well-lived life. The funeral was truly a celebration of his life. He wanted dancing at his funeral, so on the closing song his grandson held out his hand to his now-widowed grandmother, Nat King Cole's 'Unforgettable' was played and very quickly the whole of the chapel was filled with dancing couples, laughter, and profound appreciation. It was a beautiful service.
Glad to see you made it one piece Paise.....and what a 'send off' y'all gave this gent.
Thanks so much for sharing.
My friend in the RW lost her husband recently, a truly lovely man, she sent me the
'Order of Service' as the weather was such we could not travel to Lancashire in
time for the funeral, the roads being flooded.
It is quite beautifully done, and has place on my dresser. They chose 'Memories are made
of This' sung by Dean Martin, and 'Softly as I leave you', Frank Sinatra.
It is a hard time for those left behind.

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#33084 Feb 19, 2014
Grace Nerissa wrote:
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God greetings back Tally and ... a happy day
to ALL on the thread,
a touch of Spring here today - O joy!
Good greeting to you Grace.....it's starting to look like Spring at
long last, I saw online how very bad the storms were in Ireland as
in England and Wales. btw the Prime Minister is coming to visit Wales
today I believe, we will see him on the news later no doubt.

“....VETS”

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Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#33085 Feb 19, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
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Hats off to these dedicated hard workers Sir Tally.....where would we be without
them. A large area of Cheshire England, the Wiches,(Northwich, etc.,) is where
the salt is mined over here, am thinking why do they not use more sand, as the
height of the beaches has risen since the storms.
sand will raise havoc with the sewer system in time

“....VETS”

Level 9

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#33086 Feb 19, 2014
Good Morning LADY EL/MADAME GRACE
30 degrees this am .. going to 40 plus .. now we await the flood warnings .......
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Adrian, MI

#33087 Feb 19, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
'Morning!
Busy assisting in replacing fencing yesterday which blew down
in the winds which hit us....later lost power for some unknown
reason as it was a lovely day here yesterday.....time it came back
on, so much to do, so little time, lol
Masses of interesting conversations here, I will enjoy catching up
with y'all. Gradually. My services are required outside again....(:
you are a rock
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Adrian, MI

#33088 Feb 19, 2014
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
sand will raise havoc with the sewer system in time
that explains why they use sand in the upper peninsula and not in the lower

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#33089 Feb 19, 2014
SIPPI CUP wrote:
<quoted text>you are a rock
I know! hahaha

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#33090 Feb 19, 2014
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
sand will raise havoc with the sewer system in time
maybe...but it gives tyres better friction apparently

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#33091 Feb 19, 2014
Paisley_Posey wrote:
El, in re to agave nectar, for your consideration;
http://nourishedkitchen.com/when-natural-food...
http://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/nutrit...
This one,#s 4 and 5 gave me pause.
I'm indebted for this Paise....not panicking in the slightest, but it is crossed off
my shopping list.
T/Y..

“Denny Crain”

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Since: Jan 11

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#33092 Feb 19, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm indebted for this Paise....not panicking in the slightest, but it is crossed off
my shopping list.
T/Y..
Good morning El. What smells so good in the Kitchen this morning. I think I am ready for the full Monty. No sausage but extra bacon please.I hate the sausage in England. Is is so bland compared to out sausage I will be ove in about a month. I sure would like to meet up with Krypt.

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WELCOME HOME

#33093 Feb 19, 2014
Flood Watch in WNY **Flood Watch in effect for WNY from 6pm Thursday through 6pm Friday** Impact: Rainfall late Thursday may combine with snow melt and ice jams on local tributaries to create localized flooding.

like I said

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#33094 Feb 19, 2014
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>Good morning El. What smells so good in the Kitchen this morning. I think I am ready for the full Monty. No sausage but extra bacon please.I hate the sausage in England. Is is so bland compared to out sausage I will be ove in about a month. I sure would like to meet up with Krypt.
Hi Denny...I am sure your friends will be very glad to see you both again. You do
know how bad the floods were down in the South don't ya? Hope it is all cleared
up in good time.
Hey, don't you be knocking our sausages! lol....What have you tried? I suggest you try
pork and leek sausage, maybe pork and apple, but I have gone vegetarian so am
confined to Quorn sausage now, quait naice......

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