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Quote weezie Replybullet Posted: 21†Dec†2006 at 1:28pm
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Irie...the Fungi thing  is  that yellow corn flour....that we call Funchi....??? I stir it with a egg/milk beater...slowly  and then with a spoon(wooden) .. Silly

Scott will make a note of that LOL
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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 21†Dec†2006 at 1:32pm
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Irie...the Fungi thing  is  that yellow corn flour....that we call Funchi....??? I stir it with a egg/milk beater...slowly  and then with a spoon(wooden) .. Silly

Scott will make a note of that LOL
NOPes...Weezie........pleaseeeeeeeee  Head%20Smack
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Quote Irie Replybullet Posted: 21†Dec†2006 at 3:50pm
Yes, but how do you stir it with a wooden spoon? Somehow mine never comes out right and the ladies I talk to say I probably dont stir it right. You got to stir it in a 'kind of a way'. Just curious if one of you hotshots might be able to splain it.
I like it with butter and okra, not oil.
By the way when you (Vutjebal) says we, what we are you talking about? Sort of interesting the word is almost exactly the same.
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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 21†Dec†2006 at 4:00pm
Originally posted by Irie

Yes, but how do you stir it with a wooden spoon? Somehow mine never comes out right and the ladies I talk to say I probably dont stir it right. You got to stir it in a 'kind of a way'. Just curious if one of you hotshots might be able to splain it.
I like it with butter and okra, not oil.
By the way when you (Vutjebal) says we, what we are you talking about? Sort of interesting the word is almost exactly the same.
sorry Irie...  we..Arubans(Aruba) Wink and  you can try with a wooden spoon. and let me know.Tongue
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Quote liac Replybullet Posted: 31†Dec†2006 at 5:11pm
It's a pleasure to be a member of this wonderful site.  I hope it's not too late to add my two cents here. Smile

By Course ~ Appetizers, breakfast, beverages, main dishes, desserts, salads, soups, breads, condiments, main dish, side dish  etc.

By Main Ingredient ~ Beans, eggs/dairy, seafood, meat, vegetables, pasta & grains

By Cuisine ~ Asian, American, Italian, West Indian/Caribbean, Mexican, Scandinavian etc.

By Diets  ~ Low fat, low carb, vegetarian, kids, diabetic etc.

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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 31†Dec†2006 at 6:15pm

Liac, thank you and welkom Hug,

  and I think that on CC-site, nothing is  never  too late.Smile
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Quote Scott Replybullet Posted: 01†Jan†2007 at 11:08am
Thanks for the suggestions Liac.  It's not too late.  I'm trying to get feedback before we begin redesigning the recipe section.
 
I really like the "By Occassion" categorization.
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I found this place by accident.  And I think its Grrrreat.  I really love to cook not just from my country but others as well, and trying new ideas and foods.  Like Jamaica their famous Jamaican black cake.  Meixco Tacos.  Italy pasta.  etc.   I'm sooo glad I found U all.  
 
 
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Quote Scott Replybullet Posted: 27†Jan†2007 at 3:09pm
We're glad you found us too.   Welcome.
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