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    Sqwertz
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    On Mon, 20 Aug 2012 16:25:01 -0400, Christopher M. wrote:

    > Do you eat it raw? Or do you toast it? Do you use it in recipes?


    Raw bread - Yum!

    Tell us a little bit about yourself, Poo. What makes you tick other
    these these stupid assed, drug-induced questions you're always posing
    to the group.

    -sw

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    George M. Middius
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    Christopher M. wrote:

    > Do you eat it raw? Or do you toast it? Do you use it in recipes?


    Raw bread? How bizarre.

    I can share one a tip with you: Shelley uses it twice, but only the
    second time involves eating.

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    Kalmia
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    I think you mean untoasted by 'raw'.

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    George M. Middius
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    Andy wrote:

    > Artisan is such an oversold word. When Burger King uses it, there's no
    > hope left in the world.


    Yeah, "artisan" bread from a factory. As if!

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    On Aug 20, 3:29.pm, Dave Smith <adavid.sm...@sympatico.ca> wrote:
    > On 20/08/2012 6:13 PM, l, not -l wrote:
    >
    > > Artisan bread is another of those terms that has become so devalued as to be
    > > meaningless. .Just as most who use the word awesome have no clue about what
    > > is truly awesome, most who talk about artisan bread have never seen or
    > > tasted it.

    >
    > Yep. There are now "artisan" bread franchises. I am thinking that the
    > fact that they are a franchise and therefore following franchise recipes
    > or, more likely, using franchise ingredient mixes, they are not really
    > franchises.
    >
    > My corner bakery makes a variety on interesting breads. They do not make
    > regular white bread or whole wheat. They have a variety of whole grain
    > breads with olives, leek, potato etc. .I confess that I don't buy their
    > breads. I don't eat much bread, so it would be a waste of good (and
    > expensive) bread for me, but I do occasionally have lunch there and
    > their sandwiches are made with their bread, and they are incredible.


    Seems as if you buy a sandwich...you're buying their bread....

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    On Aug 20, 5:04.pm, Kalmia <tweeny90...@mypacks.net> wrote:
    > I think you mean untoasted by 'raw'.


    This is from an old Peanuts cartoon. I couldn't find the actual strip
    online.

    Linus: You gonna make some toast? How about putting in a slice for
    me?

    Lucy: Here you are.

    Linus: Thank you very much. Hey! This is too light! It's hardly
    singed! Surely you don't expect me to eat raw toast!

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    Doug Freyburger
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    jmcquown wrote:
    > Gary wrote:
    >
    >> I think I can honestly say that I've never touched anything with a ten foot
    >> pole.


    No tree pruning over the years? Okay.

    > I guess you've never had to wrangle an alligator. Neither have I
    > When I had one in my back yard, security sent a young woman down with a
    > 10 foot pole with a wire loop on the end. She's in that rare group of
    > people who *can* say she's touched something with a ten foot pole!
    >
    > OB Food: Alligator chili


    I made alligator stew once. Nasty. I figure alligator meat needs to be
    fried to make it edible. I suspect alligator chilli would be nearly as
    nasty as the alligator stew I made that one time.

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    Christopher M.
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    "Andy" <a@b.c> wrote in message news:XnsA0B964BB69C72Cotd@216.196.97.131...
    > About Dominoes pizza. My "other side of the tracks" niece and nephew got
    > married. The niece worked at Dominoes and had the wedding reception
    > catered
    > by them.
    >
    > Strangest of all, she called for "white" pizzas. No tomato sauce but tons
    > of
    > garlic. Not at all artisan but I rested easier knowing there are no new
    > vampires in the family. <G>
    >
    > Andy


    My Italian cousin loves Domino's.

    W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)

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    On Mon, 27 Aug 2012 09:46:32 -0400, jmcquown <j_mcquown@............>
    wrote:

    > It's like when they serve
    > hamburgers at "the club" on kaiser rolls. Because poppy seeds on the
    > bun make the burger so much better.


    Poppy seeds? I thought Kaiser rolls were thicker and firmer than
    regular hamburger buns and have some sort of a fancy twist on the top
    to pretty them up.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Kaisersemmel-.jpg

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    Food is an important part of a balanced diet.

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    Ema Nymton
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    On 8/27/2012 3:36 PM, Brooklyn1 wrote:

    > I use kaiser rolls for burgers but I like Portoguese rolls even
    > better. I never buy burger buns unless they are past their sell-by
    > date and are real cheap, I feed them to critters.


    We use kaiser rolls or bolillos. I could probably live on bread; I don't
    but I could.

    Becca

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