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Subject: It's latke night!
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From: Cindy J. Fuller 
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 14:03:14 GMT
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We may not be much for celebrating the religious part of holidays, but 
we sure do excel on the food part.  Tonight's the night to dig out the 
recipe from Eating Well for baked latkes.  Last year we discovered that 
hand grating produced a better result than the Cuisinart for this 
recipe.  (I know, Sheldon, you could have told me that...)  I'll make 
pot roast alongside.

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From: Jill McQuown 
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 11:01:21 -0600
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Criminy!  You just reminded me I forgot to buy spuds.  I have about 4 that
have been stored in a dark cool spot for a couple of weeks.  They aren't
soft (really) and haven't sprouted or turned green, so I guess I can still
use them if I do so pretty quickly.

Latkes are wonderful and yes, I like them better grated, too :-)  Enjoy your
meal!

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From: nobody[at]nevermind.com (Frogleg)
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 20:04:53 GMT
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Cindy Fuller wrote:
>  Last year we discovered that 
>hand grating produced a better result than the Cuisinart for this 
>recipe.  (I know, Sheldon, you could have told me that...)

Quick quick -- a review of how to keep the shreds from turning gluey
when cooked?  Recipe for 'baked' would be nice.

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From: penmart01[at]aol.como (Sheldon)
Date: 01 Dec 2002 02:20:19 GMT
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Cindy Fuller writes:
>  Last year we discovered that 
>hand grating produced a better result than the Cuisinart for this 
>recipe.  (I know, Sheldon, you could have told me that...)

Actually they're best passed through my meat ginder, faster, easier, and no
bloody knuckles.

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From: sf[at]pipeline.com (sf)
Date: Sun, 01 Dec 2002 03:46:49 GMT
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Cindy Fuller wrote:
> We may not be much for celebrating the religious part of holidays, but 
> we sure do excel on the food part.  Tonight's the night to dig out the 
> recipe from Eating Well for baked latkes.  

When you find the recipe... please post it!

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From: bobball[at]nospamemt-p.org
Date: Sun, 01 Dec 2002 04:05:53 GMT
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Cindy Fuller wrote:
>We may not be much for celebrating the religious part of holidays, but 
>we sure do excel on the food part.  Tonight's the night to dig out the 
>recipe from Eating Well for baked latkes. 

You inspired me...though I went with the standard (fried). Tonight's
was a test run and served them with pan-seared salmon with a Balsalmic
Glaze.

They went well, and I'll be doing them tomorrow for dinner for the fam
(as a side for  garlic-baked chicken thighs with herbs).


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