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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    It almost got to 70 today, but it's rainy, and fog is abound.
    Wow.... 70?! It's been in the 40s here and yeah -- mongo fog as well. We could see it today in the forests as we were driving to town, hanging over the snow like ghosts. Haven't seen the Lake all day either. Supposed to have more rain tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Let me know how that turns out. I've made corned beef in the Instapot, but not a brisket. They're the same thing, right, only the corned beef has been brined?
    It was really good, I just wish I put more potatoes in. They soaked up a lot of flavor. I used a local, Good Harbor, Cherry wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    It was really good, I just wish I put more potatoes in. They soaked up a lot of flavor. I used a local, Good Harbor, Cherry wine.
    I would cry if I had to pour that into the recipe. Cherry wine is delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    I would cry if I had to pour that into the recipe. Cherry wine is delicious!
    It's local though, so I can have it any other time I want. Better then using stuff I got in Canada, I spent more money for.

    Still waiting to get into this one. https://thehatchwines.com/product/ho...ies-muscat-17/

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    I was looking in ethnic desserts, and found this Romanian thing, called cornulete cu gem. I found what I hope is a good authentic recipe, since I had to use the translate function.
    They look so yummy. https://translate.google.com/transla...n/&prev=search

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    I was looking in ethnic desserts, and found this Romanian thing, called cornulete cu gem. I found what I hope is a good authentic recipe, since I had to use the translate function.
    They look so yummy. https://translate.google.com/transla...n/&prev=search
    Those do look good. I wonder if Cypress knows anything about them? He knows a lot about Eastern European food, culture, literature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Those do look good. I wonder if Cypress knows anything about them? He knows a lot about Eastern European food, culture, literature.
    I think translate mucked a word up. It says on it, the following. "In the past, I've done some tiny cornets with shit - the recipe here."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    I think translate mucked a word up. It says on it, the following. "In the past, I've done some tiny cornets with shit - the recipe here."
    LMAO. I don't think that's a recommended ingredient for much of anything.

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    Aww, Tefron needs attention, so he must groan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    LMAO. I don't think that's a recommended ingredient for much of anything.
    Wait it was a link. https://translate.googleusercontent....KT6QT2x7TiNRig

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Those do look good. I wonder if Cypress knows anything about them? He knows a lot about Eastern European food, culture, literature.
    Jade: nice contribution concerning the Romanian food.

    Owl: I do not know anything about Romanian food. They are not culturally or ethnically part of Slavic eastern Europe, and Slavs look down their noses at the Romance peoples.

    just kidding. I need to look around my local Eastern European deli, and see what if anything they have from Romania!

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