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Ethel's Cookbook & Your Favorite Recipes I haven't met a potluck that I didn't like, and that goes double for rally ones! Please post your recipes here with your name, where you're from, and cooking instructions, you can also e-mail them to me at jehdds@hotmail.com. Thanks, Ethel (bubblerboy's other half!)

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Anchovies are good stuff to cook with. Fish sauce, too. That seems to find its way into lots of things I cook, shhhhhhh.

We don't have Duke's mayo up here. Is it like mayo or Miracle Whip? I like the tangy zip in some things, others not.
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We don't have Duke's mayo up here. Is it like mayo or Miracle Whip? I like the tangy zip in some things, others not.
Some people swear by a jar of mayonnaise and will only accept one brand. I suppose there's no way to compare without your own taste test.

I never understood the hate for anchovies or any other cured fish. I'll eat them on a cracker for a snack. Caesar dressing just isn't the same without it.

Next time you want to make a caesar salad- buy your romaine whole. Dry it really well and throw it on the grill for a couple minutes. Not to cook it- but char and crisp the outside leaves.
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Anchovies are good stuff to cook with. Fish sauce, too. That seems to find its way into lots of things I cook, shhhhhhh.

We don't have Duke's mayo up here. Is it like mayo or Miracle Whip? I like the tangy zip in some things, others not.
Miracle whip is good for lubing microphor toilet seals.
Not for eating.
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Some people swear by a jar of mayonnaise and will only accept one brand. I suppose there's no way to compare without your own taste test.

I never understood the hate for anchovies or any other cured fish. I'll eat them on a cracker for a snack. Caesar dressing just isn't the same without it.

Next time you want to make a caesar salad- buy your romaine whole. Dry it really well and throw it on the grill for a couple minutes. Not to cook it- but char and crisp the outside leaves.

Ohh yeah,i grill romaine,its good!!
If you eat fish on a cracker in gnat country you will hate yourself!!
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The smaller whole Romains are great grilled. Slice them in half, brush with olive oil and sprinkle with good grated parmesan then grill just enough to char the edges.
Ann also makes a killer kale Caesar salad, with the anchovies. The secret is to blanch the kale briefly in warm (not hot) water then let it dry. Takes all the bitterness out. I used to refuse to eat kale until she started this recipe
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Miracle whip is good for lubing microphor toilet seals.
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WE eat Kale,its good.
I saute it in pecan oil and just before taking it off the fire i drop a handful of raisins in and warm them a little.
The raisins add a touch of sweet and are really good.
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I put a bunch of kale in the garden this year so we've been trying to eat it. Maybe I'm letting it get too big, but it is not very good yet. The collards taste better to me, but I will have a batch to try again soon. The stupid (smart) crows keep picking off my swiss chard and mustards so I have to make due with what's left. I love swiss chard.
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Collards for the win!
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