REQUESTS from Friday, February 20, 2004

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by Patricia D . Hi, Feb 22, 2004.

  1. old fashioned current square Pancakes Using Lobster Pumpkin side dishes Barbagiuan Pita bread


    Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 17:55:21 -0800 From: Susan Jamieson-McLarnon <[email protected]>
    Subject: current square

    Does anyone have a recipe for an old fashioned current square? They used to be available at a
    wonderful old butcher shop -- James Inglis Reid ," we hae meat that ye can eat" -- in Vancouver.
    There was a pastry/cookie-type crust top and bottom and a very dense current filling. Lots of sugar
    was sprinkled on the top. Reid's is long gone but the memory of those current squares remains.
    Thanks, S.
    Susan Jamieson-McLarnon Director, Public Relations Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre 515
    West Hastings Street Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6B 5K3


    From: [email protected] (Michelle) Subject: recipes Pancakes Date: 20 Feb 2004
    07:18:56 -0800


    does anybody no the recipes on how to make pancakes

    thanks for your help michelle


    From: "Peggy Dupont" <[email protected]> Subject: Looking for lobster recipes Date: Thu, 19 Feb
    2004 10:12:05 -0500

    I am looking for any many recipes that I can find where lobster is an ingred. Thank you


    From: [email protected] (trudiefrur) Subject: Pumpkin side dishes ? Date: 19 Feb 2004
    13:27:42 -0800

    Any clever ways of serving canned pumpkin? It is such a nutrient dense low calorie veg and I like to
    eat it several times per week. I just looked it up on the USDA website and it contains all the amino
    acids plus so many vitamins, good fiber (2.7 Gm per 1/2 cup) for very few calories. Tonight I served
    it with salt, pepper, equal sweetner and cut up raw apple for texture. I've mixed it with a baked
    sweet potato and also with carrots and also frozen squash. The flavor is rather bland so I'm looking
    for tasty ideas.


    From: "L" <[email protected]> Subject: Barbagiuan Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004
    09:51:44 -0000


    On a recent trip to monaco I was able to sample one of their delicassies - Barbagiuan.

    It is a fried pastry filled with delicious fillings of spinach and other things.

    Does anyone have a recipe for this please?

    Thanks! L


    From: "John Gilmer" <[email protected]> Subject: Pita bread: how to using dough setting on bread
    machine Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 06:36:49 -0500


    The title says it all.

    I want to make some Pita bread. I don't have a heavy duty mixer (the mixer I have will overload on
    dough) but my cheap bread machine will mix without cooking. SO: what do I mix for pita bread and how
    do I cook it?

    Thanks, jlg

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