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  1. #1
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default What we had...

    David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never expressed
    an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.

    David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When we went
    in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed French toast made
    with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture of cream cheese and fresh
    black raspberries, along with slices of fried country ham. It was delicious,
    and washed down with copious amounts of iced coffee.

    (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut country ham
    slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I found beautiful black
    raspberries at the farmer's market.) He scavenged the refrigerator very
    well.

    We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school in
    Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
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    My mother didn't really cook. But she did make key lime pie, until
    the day the top of the evaporated milk container accidentally ended
    up in the pie and she decided cooking took too much concentration.
    William Norwich




  2. #2
    Nancy Young Guest

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    Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    > David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never
    > expressed an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >
    > David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When
    > we went in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed
    > French toast made with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture
    > of cream cheese and fresh black raspberries, along with slices of
    > fried country ham. It was delicious, and washed down with copious
    > amounts of iced coffee.
    >
    > (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut
    > country ham slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I
    > found beautiful black raspberries at the farmer's market.) He
    > scavenged the refrigerator very well.
    >
    > We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking
    > school in Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)


    What a nice surprise! How funny is that. That was great breakfast.

    nancy

  3. #3
    sf Guest

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    On Sat, 29 Aug 2009 14:27:37 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school in
    >Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)


    Life doesn't get much better! Enjoy your day.

    --
    I love cooking with wine.
    Sometimes I even put it in the food.

  4. #4
    Lou Decruss Guest

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    On Sat, 29 Aug 2009 14:27:37 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never expressed
    >an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >
    >David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When we went
    >in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed French toast made
    >with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture of cream cheese and fresh
    >black raspberries, along with slices of fried country ham. It was delicious,
    >and washed down with copious amounts of iced coffee.
    >
    >(Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut country ham
    >slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I found beautiful black
    >raspberries at the farmer's market.) He scavenged the refrigerator very
    >well.
    >
    >We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school in
    >Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)


    Sounds good. Robin Williams and Nathan Lane would be proud. <G>

    Lou

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    Jean B. Guest

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    Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    > David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never expressed
    > an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >
    > David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When we went
    > in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed French toast made
    > with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture of cream cheese and fresh
    > black raspberries, along with slices of fried country ham. It was delicious,
    > and washed down with copious amounts of iced coffee.
    >
    > (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut country ham
    > slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I found beautiful black
    > raspberries at the farmer's market.) He scavenged the refrigerator very
    > well.
    >
    > We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school in
    > Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)
    >

    That sounds delightful!

    --
    Jean B.

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    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

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    Wayne Boatwright <[email protected]>
    news:[email protected] 5.247: in
    rec.food.cooking

    >
    > We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school
    > in Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)


    LOL... amazing ain't it? Once they get a taste of something besides fast
    food or microwave food they're hooked for life

    Michael



    --
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    ~ American Playwright David Mamet

    You can find me at: - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

  7. #7
    Omelet Guest

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    In article <[email protected] 7>,
    Wayne Boatwright <[email protected]> wrote:

    > David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never expressed
    > an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >
    > David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When we went
    > in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed French toast made
    > with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture of cream cheese and fresh
    > black raspberries, along with slices of fried country ham. It was delicious,
    > and washed down with copious amounts of iced coffee.
    >
    > (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut country ham
    > slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I found beautiful black
    > raspberries at the farmer's market.) He scavenged the refrigerator very
    > well.
    >
    > We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school in
    > Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)


    How fun. ;-) I've not had french toast in a very long time and I'd
    never heard of it being stuffed!

    How was it cooked?
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    Peace! Om

    "Human nature seems to be to control other people until they put their foot down."
    --Steve Rothstein

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    Gloria P Guest

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    Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    > David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never expressed
    > an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >
    > David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When we went
    > in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed French toast made
    > with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture of cream cheese and fresh
    > black raspberries, along with slices of fried country ham. It was delicious,
    > and washed down with copious amounts of iced coffee.
    >


    That sounds like something wonderful to wake up to.

    gloria p

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    brooklyn1 Guest

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    "Faggy Greggy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] m...
    > Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    >
    >> David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never
    >> expressed an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >>
    >> David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When
    >> we went in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed
    >> French toast made with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture
    >> of cream cheese and fresh black raspberries, along with slices of
    >> fried country ham. It was delicious, and washed down with copious
    >> amounts of iced coffee.
    >>
    >> (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut
    >> country ham slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I
    >> found beautiful black raspberries at the farmer's market.) He
    >> scavenged the refrigerator very well.
    >>
    >> We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking
    >> school in Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)

    >
    > Well, Lil' Wayne, sounds like the kid at least has a taste for pussy, that
    > way he won't won't fall into the trap of a deviant and perverted lifestyle
    > such as the sort that you lead...
    >
    > :-)
    >
    > --
    > Best
    > Gregory Morrow
    >
    >




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    brooklyn1 Guest

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    "Faggy Greggy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] m...
    > Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    >
    >> David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never
    >> expressed an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >>
    >> David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When
    >> we went in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed
    >> French toast made with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture
    >> of cream cheese and fresh black raspberries, along with slices of
    >> fried country ham. It was delicious, and washed down with copious
    >> amounts of iced coffee.
    >>
    >> (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut
    >> country ham slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I
    >> found beautiful black raspberries at the farmer's market.) He
    >> scavenged the refrigerator very well.
    >>
    >> We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking
    >> school in Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing him off. :-)

    >
    > Well, Lil' Wayne, sounds like the kid at least has a taste for pussy, that
    > way he won't won't fall into the trap of a deviant and perverted lifestyle
    > such as the sort that you lead...
    >
    >

    I wonder if he's making an effort rubbing her off.



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    Faggy Greggy Guest

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    Wayne Boatwright wrote:

    > David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never
    > expressed an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >
    > David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When
    > we went in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed
    > French toast made with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture
    > of cream cheese and fresh black raspberries, along with slices of
    > fried country ham. It was delicious, and washed down with copious
    > amounts of iced coffee.
    >
    > (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut
    > country ham slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I
    > found beautiful black raspberries at the farmer's market.) He
    > scavenged the refrigerator very well.
    >
    > We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking
    > school in Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)


    Well, Lil' Wayne, sounds like the kid at least has a taste for pussy, that
    way he won't won't fall into the trap of a deviant and perverted lifestyle
    such as the sort that you lead...

    :-)

    --
    Best
    Gregory Morrow



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    Gregory Morrow Guest

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    brooklyn1 wrote:

    > "Faggy Greggy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected] m...
    >> Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    >>
    >>> David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never
    >>> expressed an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >>>
    >>> David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen.
    >>> When we went in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on
    >>> stuffed French toast made with leftover French bread stuffed with a
    >>> mixture of cream cheese and fresh black raspberries, along with
    >>> slices of fried country ham. It was delicious, and washed down
    >>> with copious amounts of iced coffee.
    >>>
    >>> (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut
    >>> country ham slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I
    >>> found beautiful black raspberries at the farmer's market.) He
    >>> scavenged the refrigerator very well.
    >>>
    >>> We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking
    >>> school in Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing him off. :-)

    >>
    >> Well, Lil' Wayne, sounds like the kid at least has a taste for
    >> pussy, that way he won't won't fall into the trap of a deviant and
    >> perverted lifestyle such as the sort that you lead...
    >>
    >>

    > I wonder if he's making an effort rubbing her off.


    It makes my skin *crawl* to think that the kid spent even a nanosecond in
    Lil' Wayne's trailor home...one can just imagine the perverted thoughts that
    floated through Lill' Wayne's and his queer paramour's "minds"...YUK...!!!


    --
    Best
    Greg



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    Bob Muncie Guest

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    Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    > David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never expressed
    > an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >
    > David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When we went
    > in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed French toast made
    > with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture of cream cheese and fresh
    > black raspberries, along with slices of fried country ham. It was delicious,
    > and washed down with copious amounts of iced coffee.
    >
    > (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut country ham
    > slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I found beautiful black
    > raspberries at the farmer's market.) He scavenged the refrigerator very
    > well.
    >
    > We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school in
    > Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)
    >


    Thanks Wayne. That was a nice story.

    Bob

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    sf Guest

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    On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 19:45:43 -0400, Bob Muncie <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    >> David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never expressed
    >> an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >>
    >> David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When we went
    >> in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed French toast made
    >> with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture of cream cheese and fresh
    >> black raspberries, along with slices of fried country ham. It was delicious,
    >> and washed down with copious amounts of iced coffee.
    >>
    >> (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut country ham
    >> slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I found beautiful black
    >> raspberries at the farmer's market.) He scavenged the refrigerator very
    >> well.
    >>
    >> We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school in
    >> Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)
    >>

    >
    >Thanks Wayne. That was a nice story.
    >

    I made french toast for the first time in literally years. I found a
    "stuffed" french toast recipe that was really two pieces of bread
    spread with cream cheese and dotted with diced bananas put together -
    ok, I have the ingredients... I went into the kitchen and there were
    *no bananas*. WHAT? (yes, I had the cream cheese). Darn. Well, I
    made the regular stuff and "a good time was had by all".

    Thanks for the ear worm, Wayne.


    --
    I love cooking with wine.
    Sometimes I even put it in the food.

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    Bob Muncie Guest

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    sf wrote:
    > On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 19:45:43 -0400, Bob Muncie <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> Wayne Boatwright wrote:
    >>> David's son, Scott, is spending the weekend with us, but has never expressed
    >>> an interest in puttering in th kitchen before.
    >>>
    >>> David and I were awakened by wonderful smells from the kitchen. When we went
    >>> in, Scott was just putting the finishing touches on stuffed French toast made
    >>> with leftover French bread stuffed with a mixture of cream cheese and fresh
    >>> black raspberries, along with slices of fried country ham. It was delicious,
    >>> and washed down with copious amounts of iced coffee.
    >>>
    >>> (Earlier in the week I had received a mail-order of center cut country ham
    >>> slices. Yesterday, while doing my usual shopping, I found beautiful black
    >>> raspberries at the farmer's market.) He scavenged the refrigerator very
    >>> well.
    >>>
    >>> We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school in
    >>> Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)
    >>>

    >> Thanks Wayne. That was a nice story.
    >>

    > I made french toast for the first time in literally years. I found a
    > "stuffed" french toast recipe that was really two pieces of bread
    > spread with cream cheese and dotted with diced bananas put together -
    > ok, I have the ingredients... I went into the kitchen and there were
    > *no bananas*. WHAT? (yes, I had the cream cheese). Darn. Well, I
    > made the regular stuff and "a good time was had by all".
    >
    > Thanks for the ear worm, Wayne.
    >
    >


    i was thinking about the couple of times I added a slit, and stuffed the
    French toast. I mixed a little bit of vanilla with cream cheese (room
    temperature), than put that in the slit. It tasted pretty good to me
    with the real maple syrup. Just gave it a bit of cheesy tartness. Could
    just be *my* taste buds, as I never shared those with another, but I
    like/liked them.

    Bob

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    sf Guest

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    On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 23:57:38 -0400, Bob Muncie <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > I mixed a little bit of vanilla with cream cheese (room
    >temperature), than put that in the slit. It tasted pretty good to me
    >with the real maple syrup. Just gave it a bit of cheesy tartness.


    This is the second time today someone has referred to cream cheese as
    tart (one was on TV). I don't get that taste sensation with cream
    cheese.

    --
    I love cooking with wine.
    Sometimes I even put it in the food.

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    Kathleen Guest

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    sf wrote:

    > On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 23:57:38 -0400, Bob Muncie <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >>I mixed a little bit of vanilla with cream cheese (room
    >>temperature), than put that in the slit. It tasted pretty good to me
    >>with the real maple syrup. Just gave it a bit of cheesy tartness.

    >
    >
    > This is the second time today someone has referred to cream cheese as
    > tart (one was on TV). I don't get that taste sensation with cream
    > cheese.
    >


    Not so much tart as mildly tangy.


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    Bob Muncie Guest

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    Kathleen wrote:
    > sf wrote:
    >
    >> On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 23:57:38 -0400, Bob Muncie <[email protected]>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>> I mixed a little bit of vanilla with cream cheese (room temperature),
    >>> than put that in the slit. It tasted pretty good to me with the real
    >>> maple syrup. Just gave it a bit of cheesy tartness.

    >>
    >>
    >> This is the second time today someone has referred to cream cheese as
    >> tart (one was on TV). I don't get that taste sensation with cream
    >> cheese.
    >>

    >
    > Not so much tart as mildly tangy.
    >


    Thanks Kathleen - You are right. I like "tangy" so I was wrong in
    substituting the word "tart".

    You are right. Tangy vs. tart, is something that could be reexamined. In
    my case, I love lots of colorful flavors.... so tangy *and* tart, are on
    my agenda.

    Thanks for your thoughts,

    Bob

  19. #19
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

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    On Sat 29 Aug 2009 07:30:07a, Nancy Young told us...

    >> We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school
    >> in Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)

    >
    > What a nice surprise! How funny is that. That was great breakfast.
    >
    > nancy
    >


    Yes, it was a very nice surprise and a great breakfast. Kids do grow up,
    don't they? :-)

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
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    At the end of every diet, the path curves back toward the trough.
    Mason Cooley




  20. #20
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

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    On Sat 29 Aug 2009 07:36:31a, sf told us...

    > On Sat, 29 Aug 2009 14:27:37 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>We didn't know his current girlfriend is a student at a cooking school in
    >>Scottsdale. Guess her efforts are rubbing off. :-)

    >
    > Life doesn't get much better! Enjoy your day.
    >


    You're right! We did have a good day/weekend, but it was a preamble to the
    beginning of a horrific work week. :-(

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
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    Chemicals, n: Noxious substances from which modern foods are made.
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