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#33095 Feb 19, 2014
tallyho wrote:
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
Was it last year the subway was flooded? Really hope that you are not going to
get a repeat of that. Stay home!

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#33096 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.
meant to say...have cut out eating meat.....not quite the vegetarian as I eat chicken
and fish.

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#33097 Feb 19, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Was it last year the subway was flooded? Really hope that you are not going to
get a repeat of that. Stay home!
think it was Sandy that caused that

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#33098 Feb 19, 2014
SIPPI CUP wrote:
<quoted text>beat juice? sugar?
http://www.google.com/search...

We're in the 'big thaw' here, so locally salt demand (right now) is not critical; but replenishing supplies would be desirable. Some localities have been doing the briny thing for a couple of winters which is less burden on their puny budgets.

but still:

http://www.roonte.com/www/northeast-rock-salt...

http://www.google.com/search...

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#33099 Feb 19, 2014
SIPPI CUP wrote:
<quoted text>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
Life ain't easy for environmental scientists and biologists.

http://news.yahoo.com/lawsuits-could-lead-cha...

Good afternoon/evening Kitchen-eers!

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#33100 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....(:
Carry On ....:)

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#33101 Feb 19, 2014
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
The South of Ireland got a battering equal to that
of the UK, Tally..
We, here in the East had torrential winds and rain
but no serious flooding..
A sink hole was found here in the midlands today,
30 foot down,
I've never heard more about sinkholes (in
other countries, and now here)... than recently,
which is truly scary, and it seems they are somehow
connected to recent fierce weather...
WHERE will it all end..
I remembered that you had sinkholes on your mind, yerGrace. Ya never know what's ahead. Just gotta be as aware as you can.

What happened in the northwest U.S.-- woman and her dog. FYI They are both fine.

http://portlandtribune.com/pt/9-news/211382-6...

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#33102 Feb 19, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
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......
I have bought some very good sausage in England but it is not what you get i a restaurant or in a sausage roll . Those have not taste at all but if you ask Italian sausage it is very good

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#33103 Feb 19, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
meant to say...have cut out eating meat.....not quite the vegetarian as I eat chicken
and fish.
I only eat animals that are vegetarian :)

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#33104 Feb 19, 2014
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
The South of Ireland got a battering equal to that
of the UK, Tally..
We, here in the East had torrential winds and rain
but no serious flooding..
A sink hole was found here in the midlands today,
30 foot down,
I've never heard more about sinkholes (in
other countries, and now here)... than recently,
which is truly scary, and it seems they are somehow
connected to recent fierce weather...
WHERE will it all end..
Grace -- water IS the "engine" in most (if not all) "sinkholes". Underground mining is a factor in some of them. Water can be in play for some of those as well.

For the vast majority of sinkholes, it's water working on bedrock.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karst

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#33105 Feb 19, 2014
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
Grace -- water IS the "engine" in most (if not all) "sinkholes". Underground mining is a factor in some of them. Water can be in play for some of those as well.
For the vast majority of sinkholes, it's water working on bedrock.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karst
Yes I knew that, could hear the 'experts' discussing it,
but then I began to think..
why so.. don't sinkholes develop in the sea lol

nuff water for 'em there..
and all those poor cowboys from the great movies who had to
sweat bucketfuls .. when released from jail - whilst digging dusty hard ground-looking for
their hidden treasures Ha ha!

Thanks DW and for the link

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#33106 Feb 19, 2014
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>I only eat animals that are vegetarian :)
LOL @ that Denny,
would that be a 'cold dog'
in place of a hot dog?

:-)

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#33107 Feb 19, 2014
El,
Thanks for your post
did you happen to see this SUCH a tragedy,
it happened in Wales but happens everywhere...
at different times.

I made a fervent promise .. ages ago,that my dog and my [new born]
grandchild will not be in the same room even for a minute.

It's not fair to the child [stating the blinding obvious..]
and neither is it fair to the dog,
as you have got to 'think' like a dog,
and understand they seldom see a human that size with a high pitched cry,
so, as far as A DOG is concerned, it could be a squeaking rabbit. fox, chicken etc
and his instinct says

GO FOR IT!

So sad for ALL concerned.,
I CAN ONLY IMAGINE THE HEARTACHE.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-25620 ...
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#33108 Feb 19, 2014
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>I have bought some very good sausage in England but it is not what you get i a restaurant or in a sausage roll . Those have not taste at all but if you ask Italian sausage it is very good
and then there is always Chorizo sausage.....widely available in England.

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#33109 Feb 19, 2014
Paisley_Posey wrote:
<quoted text>Something CRAZY, my great-grandfather was the constable of Marion when that happened. My grandfather was a young boy and though told to stay home when his father got wind of it and left to try to stop it, he snuck off on his bike to follow him, and almost witnessed his father coming to his end, too. Great-grandpa resigned the next day, and it haunted him until his death. Ironic, that they lived in the home my great grandmother was born in, in 1899; and that house was built by her family in 1844, and a part of the Underground Railroad. It was on the National Register of Historic Places, until it burned down in the late 90s.
Most interesting bit of family history Paise, thanks.
I checked my 'Shoebox' in ancestry.com and confirmed what I thought and that is
relatives on my maternal line had emigrated to Canada from ireland, and at a later
date (1870) moved to Marian, Indiana, Indianopolis, where my ancester was a
Real Estate Agent and his youngest aged 5 in the 1870 census was born in Marian,
no doubt his descendants are still there.

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#33110 Feb 19, 2014
...from 'Ireland' sorry.
FINE IN MICHIGAN

Adrian, MI

#33111 Feb 19, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
and then there is always Chorizo sausage.....widely available in England.
often it is close to Andouille, a Cajun pork course ground heavy smoked sausage

https://www.google.com/search...

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#33112 Feb 19, 2014
Grace Nerissa wrote:
El,
Thanks for your post
did you happen to see this SUCH a tragedy,
it happened in Wales but happens everywhere...
at different times.
I made a fervent promise .. ages ago,that my dog and my [new born]
grandchild will not be in the same room even for a minute.
It's not fair to the child [stating the blinding obvious..]
and neither is it fair to the dog,
as you have got to 'think' like a dog,
and understand they seldom see a human that size with a high pitched cry,
so, as far as A DOG is concerned, it could be a squeaking rabbit. fox, chicken etc
and his instinct says
GO FOR IT!
So sad for ALL concerned.,
I CAN ONLY IMAGINE THE HEARTACHE.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-25620 ...
Share
The saddest thing Grace.

An animal 'expert' was saying on the news earlier, that this breed
are quite gentle, but during the time of the pregnancy of the mother,
their personalities can change, but they have two older children
apparently so the dogs are used to children.

How on earth would a parent get over such a tragedy.....one can
only hope that others have learnt by their loss, and such a loss, a
beautiful baby girl. Rule of thumb, NEVER leave a child unsupervised with
an animal, any animal. Easy in hindsight.

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#33113 Feb 19, 2014
FINE IN MICHIGAN wrote:
<quoted text>often it is close to Andouille, a Cajun pork course ground heavy smoked sausage
https://www.google.com/search...
Well there you go, I always thought they originated in Mexico .....

to be honest, Quorn isn't quite cutting it...but I vowed. t/y Sippi.

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#33114 Feb 19, 2014
Chorizo Mexican Sausage) Recipe - Mexican.Food.com - 363000
mexican.food.com/recipe/chorizo-mexican-sausa... Cached
Chorizo is Mexican sausage and very easy to make. Recipe comes from my Cruising Cuisine cookbook.

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