El's Kitchen

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#36845 Aug 24, 2014
Good Morning All Kitcheneers (holding on to DW's phrase for him)..:)

GRACE.....lovely story about the milk churn. We would have our weekends and school
holidays in the Cheshire countryside, and I remember the farmer on the left hand side
of the railway line, would put a churn at the end of the lane for folk to take their milk jugs
to help themselves. A nice way of life.

The whole milk which I now have is of course pasteurised. A friend locally has Goat's
milk, unpasturised, although it can be obtained pasteurised, believing it good for the
heart.

T/Y TRISH for such an awesome video.

and to SIR TALLY....some really cool vids there, enjoyed 'em vm

Greetings to VEE.... DENNY.....PRINCESS HEY....LIM.....

“Denny Crain”

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#36846 Aug 24, 2014
TALLYHO 8541 wrote:
remember when I said that the buffalo slaughter of yester year was a good thing
and you went against ....
DENNY: The U.S. deer population has expanded to more than 25 million, from less than 500,000 at the turn of the century. This proliferation shows no sign of slowing, because there are few natural deer predators. The problem is most severe in suburban communities where humans and deer compete for limited natural habitat.
In the United States deer browse causes an estimated $750 million in damage to forest regeneration programs.Besides immediate browse damage, residual problems include: growth suppression, future yield reductions, growth deformities, regeneration delays and plant mortality where plants are repeatedly browsed or pulled out of the ground. This is a cost the forest indsutry can no longer afford.
Around Austin in the hill country it is dangerous to drive at night. Over population make very small deer. Proper deer management is good for the deer too.

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#36847 Aug 24, 2014
Good morning El and Grace and all in the kitchen. Another 100 degree day her so I get my chores done early. Have a great Sunday : )

“Towards Spring”

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#36848 Aug 24, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
Good Morning All Kitcheneers (holding on to DW's phrase for him)..:)
GRACE.....lovely story about the milk churn. We would have our weekends and school
holidays in the Cheshire countryside, and I remember the farmer on the left hand side
of the railway line, would put a churn at the end of the lane for folk to take their milk jugs
to help themselves. A nice way of life.
The whole milk which I now have is of course pasteurised. A friend locally has Goat's
milk, unpasturised, although it can be obtained pasteurised, believing it good for the
heart.
T/Y TRISH for such an awesome video.
and to SIR TALLY....some really cool vids there, enjoyed 'em vm
Greetings to VEE.... DENNY.....PRINCESS HEY....LIM.....
Such a pretty picture> a churn at the end of the lane:)

I also meant to say, at the end when the gallon was nearly
full he added what they called a TILLY, which meant a little
bit extra for good luck! did you folks have that El?
or anyone else here??

“Towards Spring”

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#36849 Aug 24, 2014
Come on now Denny,
Enough!
Stop hogging ALL the good weather:)
Send a little over here.. not TOO hot now mind:)

Hope you and the Missus are having a restful Sunday.

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#36850 Aug 24, 2014
Good Morning and happy sunday to you El and all the dear friends here in the Kitchen..you were talking about goats milk well my dad had to drink that for his stomach and let me tell you that if you havent tried it you are missing out..you can not tell it from whole milk..its really good just cant find it here..I know someone has to have a goat farm around but then I would have to see more before I trust them to buy it..you know ..enjoy your Sunday and be safe while out..(hugs) to anybody that needs one or wants one this morning..always giving them away..:o)..

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#36851 Aug 24, 2014
Princess Hey wrote:
Good Morning and happy sunday to you El and all the dear friends here in the Kitchen..you were talking about goats milk well my dad had to drink that for his stomach and let me tell you that if you havent tried it you are missing out..you can not tell it from whole milk..its really good just cant find it here..I know someone has to have a goat farm around but then I would have to see more before I trust them to buy it..you know ..enjoy your Sunday and be safe while out..(hugs) to anybody that needs one or wants one this morning..always giving them away..:o)..
Good Day back Princess,
I observe... there's quite a time difference between us..
It's past 4pm here, you speak of 'am'!!

I'm just lolling about,
taking it easy, after a rough week of broken sleep with a very trying
cough + cold....easing now tho' AND a lot better than EBOLA!
Oh, sorry.. Shouldn't joke about that!

Yes indeed..
I heard great things about goat's milk too,
has very valuable properties, I believe.

Thanks for the tip.. generous of you to share.

Enjoy your Sunday.
You are always so pleasant around here > ( heart icon:)

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#36852 Aug 24, 2014
TY Grace for inviting me here..I am glad I came..everybody has been so sweet and nice..and you are welcome..its 11:27 A.M. right now..we all know it anyway so I will tell you I live in KY..the bluegrass State..Has anybody heard from Tony lately?? I just hope he is doing better everyday..what a fighter..My hero..:o)..heres one right back at you my friend <3

Petal Power

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#36853 Aug 24, 2014
Afternoon. EL..Breakfast Burrito Bar..STILL being Served ??

And A HOT Cup of JAVA!!!

Yessssss...;)

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#36855 Aug 24, 2014
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
Good morning El and Grace and all in the kitchen. Another 100 degree day her so I get my chores done early. Have a great Sunday :)
I'm too choked to reply Denny.....had the heating on now for days..(:

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#36856 Aug 24, 2014
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
Such a pretty picture> a churn at the end of the lane:)
I also meant to say, at the end when the gallon was nearly
full he added what they called a TILLY, which meant a little
bit extra for good luck! did you folks have that El?
or anyone else here??
I can see that lane in my mind's eye...every bit of the area where we
were lucky enough to stay in the hols....we had a little cottage
painted black and white in it's own garden, the only cottage in the
field, stream at the end of the field, would fish for trout, and the loan
of a horse courtesy of the girl at the farm. I was never away from the
farm and used to milk the cows....by hand!
Now a TILLY rings a bell with me Grace, but not associated with the churn.
A good luck charm I can think of is to give a small amount of money back
to a buyer of whatever one sells, especially if it is a purse (Denny..take note)
it is good luck for the person buying to it to slip a coin in it for them.

“Denny Crain”

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#36857 Aug 24, 2014
Petal Power wrote:
Afternoon. EL..Breakfast Burrito Bar..STILL being Served ??
And A HOT Cup of JAVA!!!
Yessssss...;)
Don't order a taco you will get a jacko :)

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#36858 Aug 24, 2014
Vanna in Savannah wrote:
<quoted text>
"Big old fashioned kitchen here"
That turned into a slop house.
Well, never having been in a 'slop house' myself....you obviously
have the edge.

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#36860 Aug 24, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, never having been in a 'slop house' myself....you obviously
have the edge.
True..I know more than most.

Again...I almost forgot about that.

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#36861 Aug 24, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, never having been in a 'slop house' myself....you obviously
have the edge.
"why not grab yourself a coffee, and take the weight off........."

These words..your words miss congeniality

eleanorigby Feb 4, 2009

"Come on inside, a place to meet YOUR friends.....
and mine, a relaxing place where you can sit around and chill, tell a joke, put your favourite song on, and generally just get along.
Big old fashioned kitchen here, always the smell of freshly brewed coffee, fresh baked bread, why
not grab yourself a coffee, and take the weight off.........."

“Denny Crain”

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#36862 Aug 24, 2014
I meant the English pronounce taco as Tacko : )

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#36863 Aug 24, 2014
Vanna in Savannah wrote:
<quoted text>
"why not grab yourself a coffee, and take the weight off........."
These words..your words miss congeniality
eleanorigby Feb 4, 2009
"Come on inside, a place to meet YOUR friends.....
and mine, a relaxing place where you can sit around and chill, tell a joke, put your favourite song on, and generally just get along.
Big old fashioned kitchen here, always the smell of freshly brewed coffee, fresh baked bread, why
not grab yourself a coffee, and take the weight off.........."
and..........

You have a great deal to say for somebody who has few posts....indicating you are somebody
well known to us all. Miss Congeniality left the building.

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#36864 Aug 24, 2014
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
I meant the English pronounce taco as Tacko :)
Of course!...:)

“Towards Spring”

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#36865 Aug 24, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
I can see that lane in my mind's eye...every bit of the area where we
were lucky enough to stay in the hols....we had a little cottage
painted black and white in it's own garden, the only cottage in the
field, stream at the end of the field, would fish for trout, and the loan
of a horse courtesy of the girl at the farm. I was never away from the
farm and used to milk the cows....by hand!
Now a TILLY rings a bell with me Grace, but not associated with the churn.
A good luck charm I can think of is to give a small amount of money back
to a buyer of whatever one sells, especially if it is a purse (Denny..take note)
it is good luck for the person buying to it to slip a coin in it for them.
Well remembered El...

That's just so beautiful to read, like
a scene from a movie..

Funny you should mention the purse and few coins,
We didn't have that particular one, BUT.. a variation on the theme..
If at Christmas or.. any time you either gave or received
a little purse or handbag (as a gift) it was the thing to do..
to leave a few coins in the purse. It was ALWAYS observed!

Nice to recall these little gems now & then.

Wondering did the Americans among us have similar memories??..

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#36866 Aug 24, 2014
Petal Power wrote:
Afternoon. EL..Breakfast Burrito Bar..STILL being Served ??
And A HOT Cup of JAVA!!!
Yessssss...;)
You bet Petal.....

so happens I have Cheddar, Rice and Bean Burritos....just enough for you and I...:)

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