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Old 2nd April 2013, 09:46 PM   #1581
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I suppose there's plenty of Makowiec in the Cleveland area, can't find it here.
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Although you will note that Mom got short-changed by 6% on the deal.

Yesterday was Dyngus Day in Buffalo and Cleveland -- do they have the same festival in Wisconsin?
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Although you will note that Mom got short-changed by 6% on the deal.

Yesterday was Dyngus Day in Buffalo and Cleveland -- do they have the same festival in Wisconsin?
Are you kidding?

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Looks like mom was fixing to make a batch, yum.
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The poppyseed we get here comes from the ground. Funny thing is them big poppies you plant have small seeds but the wild almost weedy "California" type have larger seed and a nuttier taste.
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I don't think I'll use the extruder again as SY suggested but the final product did work out ok. It's a very thin and light Enoki sauce, it's not floating in the stuff as it looks, honest
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OK, tonight is Corned Beef night, wahoo! Been looking forward to this. 8 days in the brine and ready for the pot. I used the big zip-locs to cut down on the amount of brine needed and the space in the fridge and I flipped 'er around once or twice a day. The remainder of the spice mix has been added to the cooking pot along with a splash of white vinegar and a touch of white sugar. I am doing just the one of the two pieces tonight.

See you in 3 or 4 hours.
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Corned beef was good but I went a little heavy on the cloves in the boil, I think.
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Looks like mom was fixing to make a batch, yum.
I think my sister in Wellesley still makes it.
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Here's a neat article on clamming in this mornings NYTimes:
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/13/us...tion.html?_r=0

...before I went to college, the only clams I knew were from HoJo's.
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Here's a neat article on clamming in this mornings NYTimes:
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/13/us...tion.html?_r=0

...before I went to college, the only clams I knew were from HoJo's.
My family has dug clams on that beach since the late 1800's. I don't have much respect for the man in the picture however, true Clammers use a "Clam Gun" which is actually a special type of narrow shovel designed long ago for digging Razor Clams! Heck, when I was a pre-teen kid, my cousins and I would roam the sand spits on the minus tides looking for "tourists" to embarress. If we found some that were having trouble, we'd walk up near them and then several of us would dig up clams with our bare hands. We'd make sure that we caught their attention while showing off our clams all around, and then throw them back in the surf. Some of these Tourists had been digging for hours without getting a single clam and these "snot-nosed punk kids" had just dug up 4-5 clams nearby in just a couple of minutes!

Who said that smart a$$ punks never have any fun!

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