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1  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: can someone explain American food to an Aussie?? on: September 01, 2005 01:48:48 PM
Oh, and its not all grease, especially during the summer.  Right now I'm chowing down almost every day on locally grown tomatoes and cucumber and onion salad (cucumber, onion, vinegar, salt, pepper).  Fresh, tasty, healthy, and southern.
2  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: can someone explain American food to an Aussie?? on: September 01, 2005 01:45:01 PM
I love southern food. And my Marmee (grandmother) makes some knock your socks off southern home cooking.  I love her fried cornbread, hot out of the skillet with butter.  YUM!!!  My favorite southern sweet, made in my hometown of Nashville, are Goo-Goo clusters.  Carmel, marshmallow, peanut clumps covered in chocolate.  You can't beat 'em!

Someone mentioned OK as having southern food earlier.  I beg to differ.  I was born in OK and still visit family there.  The food does not even remotely resemble the delicious food you find here in the southeatern US (especially TN at my Marmee's house).
3  UNITED STATES / Tennessee / Re: Helloooooooo...Anybody out there? on: May 27, 2005 04:25:58 PM
Hi! I just moved back to Nashville and have lived all over middle TN.  I was raised in Goodlettsville, went to school in Hendersonville, summer school in Gallatin, moved to Nashville, went to college/lived in Murfreesboro, moved to Knoxville, and have recently returned to the loving embrace of NashVegas after an ill considered stint in Southern GA.  I crochet, decoupage, cook, and am willing to try making just about anything. I'd love to find other crafters in MiddleTN and make some stuff!!!  Just let me know when, where, and what!
4  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: X-RATED CROCHET....Danger Phallus's ahead...{Now with pattern} Ornament Added! on: April 07, 2005 12:59:17 AM
I don't have a dog but I really want to make one as a dog toy.  Or I suppose I could fill a smaller one with catnip for a cat.  I'm so doing it.  LONG LIVE THE CROCHET PENIS!!!!!  Chapstick holders are an excellent idea too.  You are all such smart, funny, crafty, ladies.
5  Georgia / Georgia: Southeast / Re: Savannah Craft Fair! Everyone must come! on: March 23, 2005 02:17:48 PM
I live in Southern GA, about 4 hours from Savannah. I'll travel to the craft fair if the hip people from this site are participating. And if anyone is in my area and wants to carpool that would be great. But I have a question- what exactly would renting a table enatil?  I am definitely a beginning crafter (mostly crochet) and I wouldn't want to get myself in over my head.
6  Georgia / Georgia: Southwest / Southern Georgia Crafters? on: March 21, 2005 07:36:28 PM
Hi! I'm new to Georgia and crafting. I just moved to Moultrie from Nashville, TN and would like to meet people with similar interests. I crochet mostly but I'm trying my hand at other crafts too. If anyone hosts a meeting that I can attend or would like to start a group, just let me know!!! Also, I need to know places to go here in SouthGA in general--- stores, coffeeshops, bars, theaters, everywhere!!! Thanks for your help!!!
7  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: Fat Girl Halter Top on: March 19, 2005 06:01:45 PM
This is probably being a little too personal but I'm wondering.... Are you wearing some sort of bra or support? I really hate strapless bras but want to wear cutie tops. I need some sort of support with my tops. My desire for fashion is so great but my body needs help!!!
8  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Crockpot Meal Ideas on: March 19, 2005 04:44:09 PM
Fake Chicken and Dumplings

My mom helped an older lady get something down from a shelf at the grocery store and got this recipe in return:

4 boneless/skinless chicken breasts
1 can of chicken broth
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 package of flour tortillas cut in strips or quartered

Cook chicken, broth and soup in crock pot over low heat for 4 hours
Break chicken up and add flour tortillas and cook for 30 minutes or so

I like to eat this with green peas mixed in, but you could add any veggies you might like. This could give it more of a chicken pot pie flavor. Like any recipeexperimentation is key. The time on this is flexible. This is definitely the kind of thing you can throw in the crockpot before work or school, then finish up with the tortillas when you get home.
9  CROCHET / Crochetalongs / Re: Crocheted Shrug ~ Any Interest? on: March 03, 2005 06:09:08 AM
I'm not positive but I think I'l use the Red Heart undyed lot in the brightest yellow I can find. My town is SEVERELY limited in yarn selection (just a few colors at Wal-Mart and that is it) so I use what I can. I don't have any yellow clothes and thought that a bright yellow shrug would be great for spring. Sorta like a baby chick or something. This will be my first crochet along and I'm so excited.

10  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Re: ELVIS COSTELLO swap interest? on: March 02, 2005 01:05:02 PM
Oh No! I just read that I can't participate in the swap because I haven't been here for a month. Darn. Well I think I will make something anyway. Then I will share the idea with everyone. Sorry for the newbie mistake.
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