Web Challenge by Marilyn
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My inspiration came from www.rachaelray.com, Tried to add a different twist to my LO. Did not know where I was going with this, just having fun.
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|annirana, at 10:36PM on Thursday October 30, 2008|
Ha! Ha! Thank you for the recipe! That's gonna go good with the fried green tomatoes I've been making so much of lately. It's an awesome way to use the fall surplus of tomatoes. Do u like fried green tomatoes? Can I use a cheese grater instead of a meat grinder? (I don't have a meat grinder, if I did, I'd put my husband in it! LOL)
|Jesse77, at 09:54AM on Friday October 31, 2008|
this is 100% fun, fun, fun! I love the picture of you on the left, really pretty. I LOVE potato pankcakes, my grandmother used to always make them, looks like a similar recipe but she grated the potaotes.Great job Marilyn!
|audosborne, at 06:01PM on Friday October 31, 2008|
Love, love, love it..it is beautiful. I'm going to send all of my LOs to you an let you insert the fonts:) You did a great job!!! By the way, I grate the potatoes too, but if I had a meat grinder i would grind them:)
|lposey01, at 06:08PM on Saturday November 01, 2008|
Recipe sounds "Yumm-O" and the page looks great too!
|RABIDFOX, at 09:28PM on Saturday November 01, 2008|
Very funny title - ...meals for the busy scrapbooker! My Polish family use to make these every Sunday. Sometimes we would get the 1" thick potato pie as well. They were all cooked in LARD. No wonder why they were so good. PS - This side of the family was also known for their longevity despite their eating habits.
|BeachScraper, at 07:20PM on Sunday November 02, 2008|
Thanks every one of you!!! I have found this challenge very difficult, but have learned to look at a different angle of these. I really do not see why you coundn't use a grater, would probably work fine. Andrea, I've had fried green tomatoes only once, in a great resturant in Cashiers N.C., and they were great. Would love to try making some.