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  1. #1
    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default PBS and the Irish Girl

    She did a nice job today. She was on at noon till half past I
    believe.
    1. Hamburgers; mixed with egg, bread crumb and sauteed onions; pan
    fried. topped with guac; smashed avos, parsley
    topped with back bacon.
    2. Cheese balls...very tick bechamel with chives; toss in favourite
    cheese, roll into balls, dip into seasoned flour, into egg wash, into
    bread crumb mix, deep fry, and serve with onion marmalade or some
    such.
    3. Chick wings. Sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, mix up, bake off in
    oven, cover with sesame seeds, serve....

  2. #2
    sf Guest

    Default Re: PBS and the Irish Girl

    On Sat, 7 Jul 2012 11:00:42 -0700 (PDT), A Moose in Love
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > She did a nice job today. She was on at noon till half past I
    > believe.
    > 1. Hamburgers; mixed with egg, bread crumb and sauteed onions; pan
    > fried. topped with guac; smashed avos, parsley
    > topped with back bacon.
    > 2. Cheese balls...very tick bechamel with chives; toss in favourite
    > cheese, roll into balls, dip into seasoned flour, into egg wash, into
    > bread crumb mix, deep fry, and serve with onion marmalade or some
    > such.
    > 3. Chick wings. Sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, mix up, bake off in
    > oven, cover with sesame seeds, serve....


    What's the name of the show? You're in Canada, so we might not have
    it. Joanne Weir was on at noon here and she lives in San Francisco.
    Her show today (as per KQED) was "Broccolini with hot pepper and white
    balsamic; crispy chicken and potatoes with mustard, rosemary and
    capers; fresh cherries with Zinfandel zabaglione".

    --
    Food is an important part of a balanced diet.

  3. #3
    gtr Guest

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    On 2012-07-07 18:00:42 +0000, A Moose in Love said:

    > She did a nice job today. She was on at noon till half past I
    > believe.
    > 1. Hamburgers; mixed with egg, bread crumb and sauteed onions; pan
    > fried. topped with guac; smashed avos, parsley
    > topped with back bacon.
    > 2. Cheese balls...very tick bechamel with chives; toss in favourite
    > cheese, roll into balls, dip into seasoned flour, into egg wash, into
    > bread crumb mix, deep fry, and serve with onion marmalade or some
    > such.
    > 3. Chick wings. Sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, mix up, bake off in
    > oven, cover with sesame seeds, serve....


    Reminds me of another show with that guy? He made something with meat.
    It looked good.


  4. #4
    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Guest

    Default Re: PBS and the Irish Girl

    In article <[email protected]>, sf <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > On Sat, 7 Jul 2012 11:00:42 -0700 (PDT), A Moose in Love
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > She did a nice job today. She was on at noon till half past I
    > > believe.
    > > 1. Hamburgers; mixed with egg, bread crumb and sauteed onions; pan
    > > fried. topped with guac; smashed avos, parsley
    > > topped with back bacon.
    > > 2. Cheese balls...very tick bechamel with chives; toss in favourite
    > > cheese, roll into balls, dip into seasoned flour, into egg wash, into
    > > bread crumb mix, deep fry, and serve with onion marmalade or some
    > > such.
    > > 3. Chick wings. Sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, mix up, bake off in
    > > oven, cover with sesame seeds, serve....

    >
    > What's the name of the show? You're in Canada, so we might not have
    > it. Joanne Weir was on at noon here and she lives in San Francisco.
    > Her show today (as per KQED) was "Broccolini with hot pepper and white
    > balsamic; crispy chicken and potatoes with mustard, rosemary and
    > capers; fresh cherries with Zinfandel zabaglione".


    for moosey PBS stands for Pretend Broadcasting System

  5. #5
    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default Re: PBS and the Irish Girl

    On Jul 7, 5:04*pm, sf <s...@geemail.com> wrote:
    > On Sat, 7 Jul 2012 11:00:42 -0700 (PDT), A Moose in Love
    >
    > <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > > She did a nice job today. *She was on at noon till half past I
    > > believe.
    > > 1. *Hamburgers; mixed with egg, bread crumb and sauteed onions; pan
    > > fried. topped with guac; smashed avos, parsley
    > > topped with back bacon.
    > > 2. *Cheese balls...very tick bechamel with chives; toss in favourite
    > > cheese, roll into balls, dip into seasoned flour, into egg wash, into
    > > bread crumb mix, deep fry, and serve with onion marmalade or some
    > > such.
    > > 3. *Chick wings. *Sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, mix up, bake off in
    > > oven, cover with sesame seeds, serve....

    >
    > What's the name of the show? *You're in Canada, so we might not have
    > it. *Joanne Weir was on at noon here and she lives in San Francisco.
    > Her show today (as per KQED) was "Broccolini with hot pepper and white
    > balsamic; crispy chicken and potatoes with mustard, rosemary and
    > capers; fresh cherries with Zinfandel zabaglione".
    >

    I don't know the name of her show. The PBS station she was on
    broadcasts out of Buffalo.

    > --
    > Food is an important part of a balanced diet.



  6. #6
    Roy Guest

    Default Re: PBS and the Irish Girl

    On Saturday, July 7, 2012 3:04:20 PM UTC-6, sf wrote:
    > On Sat, 7 Jul 2012 11:00:42 -0700 (PDT), A Moose in Love
    >
    > wrote:
    >
    > > She did a nice job today. She was on at noon till half past I
    > > believe.
    > > 1. Hamburgers; mixed with egg, bread crumb and sauteed onions; pan
    > > fried. topped with guac; smashed avos, parsley
    > > topped with back bacon.
    > > 2. Cheese balls...very tick bechamel with chives; toss in favourite
    > > cheese, roll into balls, dip into seasoned flour, into egg wash, into
    > > bread crumb mix, deep fry, and serve with onion marmalade or some
    > > such.
    > > 3. Chick wings. Sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, mix up, bake off in
    > > oven, cover with sesame seeds, serve....

    >
    > What's the name of the show? You're in Canada, so we might not have
    > it. Joanne Weir was on at noon here and she lives in San Francisco.
    > Her show today (as per KQED) was "Broccolini with hot pepper and white
    > balsamic; crispy chicken and potatoes with mustard, rosemary and
    > capers; fresh cherries with Zinfandel zabaglione".
    >
    > --
    > Food is an important part of a balanced diet.


    I believe he is referring to this:

    http://www.pbs.org/food/

    "Rachel's Favorite Food at Home"...some really great recipes that I am going
    to try.

    PBS has some really interesting shows.



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    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: PBS and the Irish Girl

    On Jul 7, 1:00*pm, A Moose in Love <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > She did a nice job today. *She was on at noon till half past I
    > believe.
    > 1. *Hamburgers; mixed with egg, bread crumb and sauteed onions; pan
    > fried. topped with guac; smashed avos, parsley
    > topped with back bacon.
    > 2. *Cheese balls...very tick bechamel with chives; toss in favourite
    > cheese, roll into balls, dip into seasoned flour, into egg wash, into
    > bread crumb mix, deep fry, and serve with onion marmalade or some
    > such.
    > 3. *Chick wings. *Sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, mix up, bake off in
    > oven, cover with sesame seeds, serve....


    What PBS buys to show in different markets varies from area to area.
    Like, my local PBS doesn't carry the same shows as what PBS in New
    York might carry. So talking about what time a show is on is
    useless. I've never heard of this show.

    N.

  8. #8
    George Guest

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    On 7/8/2012 11:01 AM, Nancy2 wrote:
    > On Jul 7, 1:00 pm, A Moose in Love <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> She did a nice job today. She was on at noon till half past I
    >> believe.
    >> 1. Hamburgers; mixed with egg, bread crumb and sauteed onions; pan
    >> fried. topped with guac; smashed avos, parsley
    >> topped with back bacon.
    >> 2. Cheese balls...very tick bechamel with chives; toss in favourite
    >> cheese, roll into balls, dip into seasoned flour, into egg wash, into
    >> bread crumb mix, deep fry, and serve with onion marmalade or some
    >> such.
    >> 3. Chick wings. Sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, mix up, bake off in
    >> oven, cover with sesame seeds, serve....

    >
    > What PBS buys to show in different markets varies from area to area.
    > Like, my local PBS doesn't carry the same shows as what PBS in New
    > York might carry. So talking about what time a show is on is
    > useless. I've never heard of this show.
    >
    > N.
    >

    The main exception to this is "createtv" which is carried as a
    subchannel. Stations just run the national feed so everyone gets the
    same content.


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    sf Guest

    Default Re: PBS and the Irish Girl

    On Sun, 8 Jul 2012 07:55:54 -0700 (PDT), Roy <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > On Saturday, July 7, 2012 3:04:20 PM UTC-6, sf wrote:
    > > On Sat, 7 Jul 2012 11:00:42 -0700 (PDT), A Moose in Love
    > >
    > > wrote:
    > >
    > > > She did a nice job today. She was on at noon till half past I
    > > > believe.
    > > > 1. Hamburgers; mixed with egg, bread crumb and sauteed onions; pan
    > > > fried. topped with guac; smashed avos, parsley
    > > > topped with back bacon.
    > > > 2. Cheese balls...very tick bechamel with chives; toss in favourite
    > > > cheese, roll into balls, dip into seasoned flour, into egg wash, into
    > > > bread crumb mix, deep fry, and serve with onion marmalade or some
    > > > such.
    > > > 3. Chick wings. Sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, mix up, bake off in
    > > > oven, cover with sesame seeds, serve....

    > >
    > > What's the name of the show? You're in Canada, so we might not have
    > > it. Joanne Weir was on at noon here and she lives in San Francisco.
    > > Her show today (as per KQED) was "Broccolini with hot pepper and white
    > > balsamic; crispy chicken and potatoes with mustard, rosemary and
    > > capers; fresh cherries with Zinfandel zabaglione".
    > >

    >
    > I believe he is referring to this:
    >
    > http://www.pbs.org/food/
    >
    > "Rachel's Favorite Food at Home"...some really great recipes that I am going
    > to try.
    >
    > PBS has some really interesting shows.
    >

    Aha, thanks! Hadn't heard of that one and don't see it in our
    alphabetical list of programs.

    I'm glad PBS programs have web sites now. It's still not as easy
    finding recipes as it is with the FN and Cooking channels, but it's
    certainly getting better. I may even start watching PBS cooking shows
    again. I stopped because it was too frustrating. The days of me
    being willing to sit in front of the television taking notes are long
    over. I want to be able to go to a web site quickly, copy the recipe,
    annotate it if necessary and save to file without needing to reformat.
    Food Network and later, Cooking, let me do that when PBS was still
    stuck in the past.

    --
    Food is an important part of a balanced diet.

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