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1  UNITED STATES / North Carolina / Cary finds on: February 16, 2004 07:41:15 PM
Hmmm.  After reading the "Raleigh/Durham finds" posts, I thought there should be a seperate thread for Cary. Wink
Though I don't know very much about where to get crafty things there. --I live in Raleigh.  I do know they have some of the best Indian food around, and Madstone.  Madstone was the only theatre around to play Miyazaki's Spirited Away which was a great film and not shown in Raleigh at all.  Sad
Oh--and they have the best Border's Books.
2  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Ideas for Tea tins? on: February 15, 2004 09:26:18 PM
I have several Republic of Tea tins and similar tea tins that I'd really like to reuse.  I plan on recovering the outside somehow, but I'd really like to use their magnetic properties.  Anyone have ideas for what they could be used for?? Magnets stick to them just like any old tins--the canisters are just long and narrow.
3  COOKING / Vegetarian / Vegan / Po-thai-to Soup on: February 12, 2004 11:27:40 PM
Ooh.  My husband made this the other day & I had a happy mouth!  He makes up recipes all the time from whatever we have around.  Always vegan of course!  Grin

Po-thai-to Soup

1 clove garlic (or more to taste)
1 habenero (seeded)
1 large potato
1 can organic corn  Wink
1 can organic coconut milk
some limeade
chili sauce (your favorite brand)
handfull of thai basil & cilantro
garnish of peanuts, carrot slivers, avocado slices

Saute garlic & habenero in limeade for several minutes.  
Add chopped potato, coconut milk, corn w/ liquid in can.
Add more limeade to cover potatoes.  Add spoon of chili sauce.  Cook on medium boil until potatoes reach desired softness (anywhere from 15-30 minutes depending on potato type & size of pieces).  Add fresh herbs just before taking off heat.

Garnish just before serving.  

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