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21  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Re: Figure Drawing (Nudey Pictures Beware!) More Added! on: March 05, 2008 03:54:47 AM
I love that the bodies of the women are realistic.
22  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Weddings and Bridal Showers / Re: DIY Elopement.. on: March 04, 2008 07:16:43 AM
Thanks for all the advice I looked at the links and think I might go with that so we'll see.  Grin If there's any more ideas keep em comin!
23  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Get Product and Website Opinions / Re: Beauty venture on: March 02, 2008 07:33:40 AM
Yes this is true on parents spending money on chill'ns. I really want to market this as a before prom, sweet 16 etc thing. I really like the idea of having the chef present. Creating all kinds of delights and "mock" tails lol because Lord knows girls these days are all about being grown up ( isnt that odd that grown ups want to be young again? lol ) Actually the only thing I'd be selling is either more products or another party re: skin care but those are optional and will not seem forced because its not like they need these things to enjoy the party their currently having.
My only issue is where? Where do I have this at? I am so not about to deal with nasty homes and allergies and things of that sort, I was thinking of renting a commercial space but if things are slow- which they will be - how will this work?I really dont want/cant have people trapsing in my home. Also how could the chef part work if we're in a commercial space, won't I need a license to serve food and beverage? Am I getting ahead of myself here lol? Roll Eyes
24  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Multi use marinade-works on meat AND veggies. on: March 02, 2008 07:09:18 AM
for me these are great marinades
cheesy italian dressing- I think newman's own brand
and for the more adventurous
I use fish sauce, oyster sauce and a pinch of sugar to meat and then bbq it
YUM!- from an ex but still tasty nonetheless!
25  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Meals for two on: March 02, 2008 07:05:59 AM
What about eggplant parmesean?
You can always just make any recipe smaller by using a smaller eggplant, or using only one etc.
What I do is peel & cut the eggp. into slices about 1/4-1/2 inch and marinate them in a cheesy italian dressing  for about 10-15 min.
then I dredge them. Its easier to dredge this way- flour, egg, crumbs, you can add seasoning in the flour. and be careful with the egg too much left over in the crumbs makes them clump up. Anyway then I fry them in hot oil in a pan. Although you can forgo this step because its getting baked anyway.
I then layer the fried slices like so
marinara/spaghetti sauce just to coat the bottom of the pan, then it goes fried slices, sauce, cheese, fried slices, sauce, cheese. Then I bake at 350 f for about 15-30 min. depending on size etc.
I suggest this because you can make this as little or as big as you want depending on the size of the eggp. btw my fiance and I love this and its easy just time consuming.
26  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Valentine's Day Dinner </too many images> on: March 02, 2008 07:00:59 AM
Aw he is cute and so cute for wearing his jacket... Cheesy
ok so lets get down to business. can we please have the recipe for the potatoes and the tart? or did you buy the tart? thanks!
27  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Southern Cooking on: March 02, 2008 06:58:17 AM
P/s- what about a recipe for fried green tomatoes and how to make jams/preserves ...anyone...anyone!? Huh
28  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Fave recipe sites on the web! on: March 02, 2008 06:54:17 AM
What about recipe sites from big companies? IE lowrys.com or pilsbury.com does anyone have some like that?
29  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Southern Cooking on: March 02, 2008 06:48:58 AM
THanks guys- gals whateve
anyway I made the biscuits and gravy with sausage...no it sucked lol  I'm sure his grandma's reigns supreme however mine was lack luster. I've made him sweet tea, I never make tea that isn't brewed...is there really any other way?
My new aunt who's from Texas brews this at their place all the time and he just loves it, as for me I like.. it its good, however i like to drink it without sugar to keep the diabetes at bay ( runs on both sides of my fam ) so its definetly a shocker to drink it sweet like that lol
I'm soo apprehensive about making homemade biscuits because...well its hard and I'm intimidated. As for grits neither of us would venture there. Okra, he loves it but living in Cali its hard to come by.
the Southern Living magazine actually sounds pretty cool. Thanks for all your recipes!
keep posting lets see what else everyone has.
* Also does anyone know what corn spoon bread is..or something like that? butter spoon bread? wtheck I dunno thats not right but it might jog someone's memory!
30  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Favorite "Weird" Food? on: March 02, 2008 06:38:42 AM
LOL at olive brine = my dad puts this in his potatoe salad...maybe thats why its so awesome
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