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Old 11-03-2014, 09:26 PM   #25887
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You go Tom. Keep on improving.

Steve and Annie, may a sense of joy, an aura of calm, and a feeling of relief overcome your concerns for Tom's well being, your feeling of exhaustion from preparing for FT, and your occasional second guessing for going FT. We're thinking of you guys.

Now I have to turn my attention to Monday Night Football. GO COLTS

Goodness... that was gorgeous!
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Old 11-03-2014, 09:33 PM   #25888
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Tomato Soup, happens to be BD2's favorite he will enjoy that. We have four little monsters that travel with us, there probably mutants too.
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Will get some on Wed. Thanks!
I forgot to take and early SNARF pic. Here is mid-SNARF

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Better not try it!
So, what does she use other than flour to thicken it now... give us the gluten free version! I have heard of using rice to thicken tomato soup...
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Goodness... that was gorgeous!
And I am in humble agreement. Steve is a poet at heart. And a very good man. Although the words he strung together when the ladies were out fishing us men were a tad short of poetic, but his mastery of prose was superb.

Just kidding - He rhymed his swear words - I mean - he never said a foul world. Just sat there biting his bleeding lower lip - wait - he was a consummate gentleman! Yeah that's it. Consummate gentleman.
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And I am in humble agreement. Steve is a poet at heart. And a very good man. Although the words he strung together when the ladies were out fishing us men were a tad short of poetic, but his mastery of prose was superb.

Just kidding - He rhymed his swear words - I mean - he never said a foul world. Just sat there biting his bleeding lower lip - wait - he was a consummate gentleman! Yeah that's it. Consummate gentleman.
Now Steve... don't be telling all his secrets...leave some for him to tell himself!
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So, what does she use other than flour to thicken it now... give us the gluten free version! I have heard of using rice to thicken tomato soup...

Rice flour, Marty! 😃👍👏✌️
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So, what does she use other than flour to thicken it now... give us the gluten free version! I have heard of using rice to thicken tomato soup...

I've used GF flour (rice, potato starch, etc) and sometimes cornstarch or arrowroot as thickeners. They all surprised me by actually working. 😉


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Although the words he strung together when the ladies were out fishing us men were a tad short of poetic,
Just kidding - He rhymed his swear words - I mean - he never said a foul world. Just sat there biting his bleeding lower lip - wait - he was a consummate gentleman! Yeah that's it. Consummate gentleman.
You heard me back there by the noisy motors??? I think not.
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It's time to bury that old "Indy stole the Colts from Baltimore" thing. When a city does not support a team it's time for that team to leave. Well . . . . . . maybe not during the dark of night with a caravan of moving vans.

Indy was willing to build a new stadium TWICE for one of the best teams in the league. Besides, should the present team in Baltimore be called the Baltimore Browns since Cleveland was left high and dry by the Browns' owner?

Remember it was the Los Angeles Raiders, the St. Louis Cardinals, etc, etc.

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Tomato Soup, happens to be BD2's favorite he will enjoy that. We have four little monsters that travel with us, there probably mutants too.

Both if my pups love tomato anything......



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I've used GF flour (rice, potato starch, etc) and sometimes cornstarch or arrowroot as thickeners. They all surprised me by actually working. 😉

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Many of the Asian batters use a mixture of flour and cornstarch for shrimp etc. I would think adding cornstarch to GF flour might be a natural compliment for a lot of things. Hmm. Rockport shrimp or fish fry - maybe even some egg wash and sesame seeds in a little dark sesame oil...
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Many of the Asian batters use a mixture of flour and cornstarch for shrimp etc. I would think adding cornstarch to GF flour might be a natural compliment for a lot of things. Hmm. Rockport shrimp or fish fry - maybe even some egg wash and sesame seeds in a little dark sesame oil...

You are overtly trying to lure me to Rockport. RVMs are not surprised.
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You heard me back there by the noisy motors??? I think not.
I'm taking it Florida now???

And Steve - I enjoyed that fishing trip as much or more than any I have been on. And as a former boat owner and son of boat owner - I have been on a few. Seeing our ladies bring em in was mutantastic!
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I'm taking it Florida now???

And Steve - I enjoyed that fishing trip as much or more than any I have been on. And as a former boat owner and son of boat owner - I have been on a few. Seeing our ladies bring em in was mutantastic!

Steve-squared, you were humbled as the ladies showed ya how ta fish.
Fess up!
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