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2021-09-26 00:06:55 UTC
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It was YUMMY!


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2021-09-26 00:32:06 UTC
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It looks good, you did well.
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2021-09-26 00:40:19 UTC
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It was YUMMY!
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It looks good, you did well.
It was thick and juicy, I toasted it twice. Once after EVOO both sides, a little black pepper and shredded Parmesan Reggiano, then again after chopping up some fresh basil, a tomato, a jalapeno and some grated Gruyere Cheese and putting all that on too! YUM! :-)

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2021-09-26 00:50:20 UTC
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It looks good, you did well.
wow
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2021-09-26 01:01:42 UTC
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It was YUMMY!
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It looks good, you did well.
wow
I'm a Good Cooker! :-)

Because I love to eat!


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Alex
2021-09-26 04:07:41 UTC
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It was YUMMY!
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It looks good, you did well.
wow
I'm a Good Cooker! :-)
Because I love to eat!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN,,,
No garlic?  Shame on you...
John Kuthe
2021-09-26 14:10:12 UTC
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It was YUMMY!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
I'm a Good Cooker! :-)
Because I love to eat!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN,,,
No garlic? Shame on you...
A little garlic powder!


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Alex
2021-09-27 23:32:08 UTC
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It was YUMMY!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
I'm a Good Cooker! :-)
Because I love to eat!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN,,,
No garlic? Shame on you...
A little garlic powder!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Close enough, I guess.
cshenk
2021-10-02 15:47:27 UTC
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It was YUMMY!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
I'm a Good Cooker! :-)
Because I love to eat!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN,,,
No garlic? Shame on you...
A little garlic powder!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Close enough, I guess.
Looks good to me too!
No BAD Nurses EVER...!!!
2021-09-26 04:13:57 UTC
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I'm a Good Cocksucker! :-)
Because I love to suck cock!
Ah, there, SO......you ADMIT it...!!!

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John Kuthe
2021-09-26 14:18:41 UTC
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I'm a Good Cocksucker! :-)
Because I love to suck cock!
Ah, there, SO......you ADMIT it...!!!
:-P
Nope! That is a fictitious email address that I had in nursing school.


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Michael Trew
2021-09-26 13:17:53 UTC
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wow
Maybe I should play the lottery today.. heh
Bryan Simmons
2021-09-26 14:04:36 UTC
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John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
Maybe I should play the lottery today.. heh
I'm going to buy a Powerball ticket today. Est. jackpot $545 million.
You should read my novel.
https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/bryan-simmons/winters-present/ebook/product-176j5weg.html?page=1&pageSize=4

--Bryan
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2021-09-26 14:12:13 UTC
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Mike Duffy
2021-09-26 14:15:49 UTC
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You should read my novel.
The Narcissist Personality Disorder sufferer says!! "Read my novel! Pay attention to ME!"
Hey Michael! Did you read my novel yet to your daughter?
Michael Trew
2021-09-28 06:10:01 UTC
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You should read my novel.
The Narcissist Personality Disorder sufferer says!! "Read my novel! Pay attention to ME!"
Hey Michael! Did you read my novel yet to your daughter?
No, I haven't, but I do eventually plan to. It's been so hectic here.
To boot, she was sick this weekend, as was everyone in my ex's
household, and I didn't get to see her (not COVID).
Ophelia
2021-09-28 10:28:24 UTC
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You should read my novel.
The Narcissist Personality Disorder sufferer says!! "Read my novel! Pay
attention to ME!"
Hey Michael! Did you read my novel yet to your daughter?
No, I haven't, but I do eventually plan to.  It's been so hectic here.
To boot, she was sick this weekend, as was everyone in my ex's
household, and I didn't get to see her (not COVID).
==

OH dear:( I am very sorry to hear that:( I hope she is well very soon!!
cshenk
2021-10-02 15:51:50 UTC
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No, I haven't, but I do eventually plan to. It's been so hectic
here. To boot, she was sick this weekend, as was everyone in my ex's
household, and I didn't get to see her (not COVID).
Sorry to hear that.

BTW, tucked away a link you posted when I was swamped and finally
deleted some 2,000 messages.
Michael Trew
2021-10-03 00:15:18 UTC
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No, I haven't, but I do eventually plan to. It's been so hectic
here. To boot, she was sick this weekend, as was everyone in my ex's
household, and I didn't get to see her (not COVID).
Sorry to hear that.
BTW, tucked away a link you posted when I was swamped and finally
deleted some 2,000 messages.
A link? I'm not sure which you mean. The Beef Mechado recipe? I'm not
sure how much I liked it, but it wasn't bad. I'm sure there are better
out there.
cshenk
2021-10-09 15:43:39 UTC
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No, I haven't, but I do eventually plan to. It's been so hectic
here. To boot, she was sick this weekend, as was everyone in my
ex's household, and I didn't get to see her (not COVID).
Sorry to hear that.
BTW, tucked away a link you posted when I was swamped and finally
deleted some 2,000 messages.
A link? I'm not sure which you mean. The Beef Mechado recipe? I'm
not sure how much I liked it, but it wasn't bad. I'm sure there are
better out there.
Here it is:

https://panlasangpinoy.com/filipino-pinoy-food-tomato-sauce-beef-mechado-recipe/

Looking at the recipe, it's a good one! However, I've never had it
with beef except on the Fort McHenry and Essex. Beef then was potroast
cut beef and the picture looks more like that as it shreds up a bit.

Out in Manila and Subic, it was pork based.

The potatoes would be the common ones to the area. They are very like
Yukon Golds (waxy, hold their shape). Do not use Idaho types here.

There are only 3 things a bit off from what I have had and one of them
is standard 'American market substitute'.

1. Lemon there would have been Calamansi for sure. That's a fruit that
actually does transport well but hasn't caught on for some reason.
It's a citrus and similar to lemons and limes. the juice of 1/2 a
Small lime would mix with just a small slice of lemon rind and be about
right.

2. The garlic is Americanized. With this long cooking, the 3 cloves
might as well not be used. Make it 5-6 and you'd be about right for
how the dish is made.

3. The 'something missing' factor of Filpeno cooking (grin). Made
this way would be fine but I've never seen an actual Filipeno dish like
this that didn't add about 1 TB of a mild vinegar to soften the meat.
It's added at the start and the optimal one would have been Datu Puti
brand 'Cane vinegar' (from sugar cane).

Now those are the definates. Most Filipene recipes however aren't
(sorry Ophelia) 'Ophelia bland'. They'd have added chile powder to
'kick it a notch'. On the ship when we had it, they used some RoTel
tomato cans as part of the tomato base. Worked fine and it's not
supposed to be a 'blast your socks off' dish.

I'd give it 3 stars as listed, add 1/2 for added vinegar and 1/2 for
use of RoTel (or a powdered chile) to make it 4 star. I call that
plenty good for home eating! Economical too. If you want it more
'saucy', double the tomato sauce to a full can then add the RoTel (with
juice). Can up the potato with no damage to 2 large Yukons.

6 servings, it shows the smaller meat uses overseas per portion.
Double the potato and you have 8 servings. Will freeze well.

Cost should be about 8$ meat (less if pork butt by 1/2) and 2.50 or so
for the rest. 1.5$ per serving if beef with added potato. 93cents per
serving if using pork and added potato.

Smile, Pork butt is on sale here for 97cents a lb. That would make
this dish 63cents a serving. Pocket the change you'd have otherwise
spent and use it to get a new car filter or something... Even better,
get your little girl some cute scrunchies!
Michael Trew
2021-10-10 02:25:14 UTC
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A link? I'm not sure which you mean. The Beef Mechado recipe? I'm
not sure how much I liked it, but it wasn't bad. I'm sure there are
better out there.
https://panlasangpinoy.com/filipino-pinoy-food-tomato-sauce-beef-mechado-recipe/
Looking at the recipe, it's a good one!
Out in Manila and Subic, it was pork based.
The potatoes would be the common ones to the area. They are very like
Yukon Golds (waxy, hold their shape). Do not use Idaho types here.
I typically only buy Idaho, but on my shopping trip today, I did buy
some Russets as well.. or are those not "waxy"? I'm not sure.. but I
would like a good potato for stews that doesn't fall apart.
Post by cshenk
There are only 3 things a bit off from what I have had and one of them
is standard 'American market substitute'.
1. Lemon there would have been Calamansi for sure.
2. The garlic is Americanized. With this long cooking, the 3 cloves
might as well not be used. Make it 5-6 and you'd be about right for
how the dish is made.
I always use extra garlic ;)
Post by cshenk
3. The 'something missing' factor of Filpeno cooking (grin). Made
this way would be fine but I've never seen an actual Filipeno dish like
this that didn't add about 1 TB of a mild vinegar to soften the meat.
Now those are the definates. Most Filipene recipes however aren't
(sorry Ophelia) 'Ophelia bland'. They'd have added chile powder to
'kick it a notch'.
Thanks for the input! I might try it again with your suggestions.
Certainly not with the orange again that I substituted. I did think
that chili powder would have helped at the time; I wish I added that.
Leonard Blaisdell
2021-10-11 06:35:24 UTC
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I typically only buy Idaho, but on my shopping trip today, I did buy
some Russets as well.. or are those not "waxy"? I'm not sure.. but I
would like a good potato for stews that doesn't fall apart.
A Russet is a Idaho spud. You want a red potato, a white potato or a
Yukon Gold potato to hold up during extended simmering/boiling. Russets
and Idaho spuds ain't it. Them's roasting 'n mashing potatoes.
cshenk
2021-10-17 05:43:50 UTC
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Post by Michael Trew
I typically only buy Idaho, but on my shopping trip today, I did
buy some Russets as well.. or are those not "waxy"? I'm not sure..
but I would like a good potato for stews that doesn't fall apart.
A Russet is a Idaho spud. You want a red potato, a white potato or a
Yukon Gold potato to hold up during extended simmering/boiling.
Russets and Idaho spuds ain't it. Them's roasting 'n mashing potatoes.
Grin, yes. Each useful in the right spot. I find the Yukon Gold to be
superior in stews to regular white/red but white/red will work ok.
cshenk
2021-10-10 14:38:41 UTC
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A link? I'm not sure which you mean. The Beef Mechado recipe?
I'm not sure how much I liked it, but it wasn't bad. I'm sure
there are better out there.
https://panlasangpinoy.com/filipino-pinoy-food-tomato-sauce-beef-mechado-recipe/
Post by Michael Trew
Post by cshenk
Looking at the recipe, it's a good one!
Out in Manila and Subic, it was pork based.
The potatoes would be the common ones to the area. They are very
like Yukon Golds (waxy, hold their shape). Do not use Idaho types
here.
I typically only buy Idaho, but on my shopping trip today, I did buy
some Russets as well.. or are those not "waxy"? I'm not sure.. but I
would like a good potato for stews that doesn't fall apart.
Those would be floury, sorry. Good for baking or mashed though. Yukon
Gold, or red or white thin skinned. Yukon gold optimal.
Post by Michael Trew
Post by cshenk
There are only 3 things a bit off from what I have had and one of
them is standard 'American market substitute'.
1. Lemon there would have been Calamansi for sure.
2. The garlic is Americanized. With this long cooking, the 3 cloves
might as well not be used. Make it 5-6 and you'd be about right for
how the dish is made.
I always use extra garlic ;)
There ya go!
Post by Michael Trew
Post by cshenk
3. The 'something missing' factor of Filpeno cooking (grin). Made
this way would be fine but I've never seen an actual Filipeno dish
like this that didn't add about 1 TB of a mild vinegar to soften
the meat.
Now those are the definates. Most Filipene recipes however aren't
(sorry Ophelia) 'Ophelia bland'. They'd have added chile powder to
'kick it a notch'.
Thanks for the input! I might try it again with your suggestions.
Certainly not with the orange again that I substituted. I did think
that chili powder would have helped at the time; I wish I added that.
Gojujang (sp?) would be optimal. It's a Korean hot paste but you can
use a standard powder you have handy and be fine. I'd start with 1
heaping teaspoon of a medium heat one? Taste and adjust after it's
been bubbling for 30 minutes or so. If you like milder, use 1/2 that
then adjust upwards.

BTW if you can't find the Datu Puti 'Cane vinegar' (likely if you have
minimal Filipeno folks about), Apple cider vinegar will do well enough.
It adds a touch of sweetness and is right strength for this. Flavor
slightly off but I don't think enough to matter. At that amount to
this large of a dish, there won't be any 'vinegar flavor' that you can
taste, but it will soften the meat.
Michael Trew
2021-10-11 14:57:59 UTC
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A link? I'm not sure which you mean. The Beef Mechado recipe?
I'm not sure how much I liked it, but it wasn't bad. I'm sure
there are better out there.
https://panlasangpinoy.com/filipino-pinoy-food-tomato-sauce-beef-mechado-recipe/
Post by Michael Trew
Post by cshenk
Looking at the recipe, it's a good one!
Out in Manila and Subic, it was pork based.
The potatoes would be the common ones to the area. They are very
like Yukon Golds (waxy, hold their shape). Do not use Idaho types
here.
I typically only buy Idaho, but on my shopping trip today, I did buy
some Russets as well.. or are those not "waxy"? I'm not sure.. but I
would like a good potato for stews that doesn't fall apart.
Those would be floury, sorry. Good for baking or mashed though. Yukon
Gold, or red or white thin skinned. Yukon gold optimal.
Got it, thanks!
Post by cshenk
Gojujang (sp?) would be optimal. It's a Korean hot paste but you can
use a standard powder you have handy and be fine. I'd start with 1
heaping teaspoon of a medium heat one? Taste and adjust after it's
been bubbling for 30 minutes or so. If you like milder, use 1/2 that
then adjust upwards.
BTW if you can't find the Datu Puti 'Cane vinegar' (likely if you have
minimal Filipeno folks about), Apple cider vinegar will do well enough.
It adds a touch of sweetness and is right strength for this. Flavor
slightly off but I don't think enough to matter. At that amount to
this large of a dish, there won't be any 'vinegar flavor' that you can
taste, but it will soften the meat.
jmcquown
2021-10-11 22:40:30 UTC
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I typically only buy Idaho, but on my shopping trip today, I did buy
some Russets as well.. or are those not "waxy"?  I'm not sure.. but I
would like a good potato for stews that doesn't fall apart.
https://www.potatogoodness.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/potato-types-reference-guide.pdf

"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new” potato?
Waxy potatoes display a creamy, firm texture when cooked, thanks to
their low starch and high water content. Waxy potatoes also keep their
shape when cooked, making them ideal for boiling, steaming and roasting.

Floury potatoes are low in water content; and by the time of harvest,
most of their sugar has converted to starch. This leads to a dry, fluffy
cooked texture accentuated by baking and mashing. Floury potatoes also
fry well, as low sugar levels mean less excessive browning. Red skinned
potatoes, Yukon gold, white skinned potatoes are generally considered
waxy. That is, they have more firm flesh. Russets are considered
floury and are commonly used for baking and mashing."

Hope this helps.

Jill
John Kuthe
2021-10-11 23:32:25 UTC
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"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new” potato?
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Jill
I know precisely what a "new potato" is! It's a potato which has not yet converted all it's sugars to starch! So tastes sweeter!

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Sqwertz
2021-10-12 00:45:15 UTC
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"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new” potato?
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I know precisely what a "new potato" is! It's a potato which has
not yet converted all it's sugars to starch! So tastes sweeter!
Wow. That's amazing, John! It even said that right there in the
post you just snipped in your haste to barge in and be stupid again.

-sw
jmcquown
2021-10-12 00:55:29 UTC
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"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new” potato?
...
I know precisely what a "new potato" is! It's a potato which has
not yet converted all it's sugars to starch! So tastes sweeter!
Wow. That's amazing, John! It even said that right there in the
post you just snipped in your haste to barge in and be stupid again.
-sw
That's because no one is paying attention to his other bullshit posts.

Jill
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-12 03:29:11 UTC
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"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what´s a “new” potato?
...
I know precisely what a "new potato" is! It's a potato which has
not yet converted all it's sugars to starch! So tastes sweeter!
Wow. That's amazing, John! It even said that right there in the
post you just snipped in your haste to barge in and be stupid again.
-sw
That's because no one is paying attention to his other bullshit posts.
You two must have really low self-esteem if you think you should spend
your life putting down John Kuthe.
Hank Rogers
2021-10-12 18:15:56 UTC
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"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what´s a “new” potato?
...
I know precisely what a "new potato" is! It's a potato which has
not yet converted all it's sugars to starch! So tastes sweeter!
Wow. That's amazing, John! It even said that right there in the
post you just snipped in your haste to barge in and be stupid again.
-sw
That's because no one is paying attention to his other bullshit posts.
You two must have really low self-esteem if you think you should spend
your life putting down John Kuthe.
Got yourself a double sniff there master!
Gary
2021-10-12 11:05:55 UTC
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How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new” potato?
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Jill
I know precisely what a "new potato" is! It's a potato which has not yet converted all it's sugars to starch! So tastes sweeter!
Potatoes are starchy. Complex carbohydrates. YOur body converts the
starch to simple sugars to power your muscles. Get it right.
Cindy Hamilton
2021-10-12 13:00:02 UTC
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"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new” potato?
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Jill
I know precisely what a "new potato" is! It's a potato which has not yet converted all it's sugars to starch! So tastes sweeter!
Potatoes are starchy. Complex carbohydrates. YOur body converts the
starch to simple sugars to power your muscles. Get it right.
Actually, he did. When potatoes are growing, the plant makes sugar and then
converts it to starch. If the potato is dug before it is mature, some of that sugar
has not yet been converted. Hence, those tiny "new" or "creamer" potatoes taste
a little sweet.

Cindy Hamilton
cshenk
2021-10-17 05:54:15 UTC
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"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new”
potato?
Post by John Kuthe
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Post by jmcquown
Jill
I know precisely what a "new potato" is! It's a potato which has
not yet converted all it's sugars to starch! So tastes sweeter!
Potatoes are starchy. Complex carbohydrates. YOur body converts the
starch to simple sugars to power your muscles. Get it right.
Actually, he did. When potatoes are growing, the plant makes sugar
and then converts it to starch. If the potato is dug before it is
mature, some of that sugar has not yet been converted. Hence, those
tiny "new" or "creamer" potatoes taste a little sweet.
Cindy Hamilton
Yup! And John doesn't click links so didn't read up to get that.
Michael Trew
2021-10-12 15:25:45 UTC
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I typically only buy Idaho, but on my shopping trip today, I did buy
some Russets as well.. or are those not "waxy"? I'm not sure.. but I
would like a good potato for stews that doesn't fall apart.
https://www.potatogoodness.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/potato-types-reference-guide.pdf
"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new” potato?
Waxy potatoes display a creamy, firm texture when cooked, thanks to
their low starch and high water content. Waxy potatoes also keep their
shape when cooked, making them ideal for boiling, steaming and roasting.
Floury potatoes are low in water content; and by the time of harvest,
most of their sugar has converted to starch. This leads to a dry, fluffy
cooked texture accentuated by baking and mashing. Floury potatoes also
fry well, as low sugar levels mean less excessive browning. Red skinned
potatoes, Yukon gold, white skinned potatoes are generally considered
waxy. That is, they have more firm flesh. Russets are considered floury
and are commonly used for baking and mashing."
Hope this helps.
Jill
Thanks! I'll have to try one of those for my next stew.

I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
GM
2021-10-12 15:47:13 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho "advertises" potatoes on its license plates...

;-)
--
GM
Gary
2021-10-13 12:28:13 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho "advertises" potatoes on its license plates...
;-)
And Nebraska license plates say "cornhusker state."
Their corn is nothing special, they just grow a lot of it.
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-13 16:16:33 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho "advertises" potatoes on its license plates...
;-)
And Nebraska license plates say "cornhusker state."
Their corn is nothing special, they just grow a lot of it.
I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Sheldon Martin
2021-10-13 17:04:45 UTC
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Post by GM
I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho "advertises" potatoes on its license plates...
;-)
And Nebraska license plates say "cornhusker state."
Their corn is nothing special, they just grow a lot of it.
I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
You can get pretty much anything you want if you're willing to pay a
few dollars extra and someone else doesn't already have it. Speaking
of potatoes my NY plate says Idaho. Some years back I was going to
retire in Idaho, but after thinking it over I felt it was too far for
anyone I know to ever visit, and was very isolated. I purchased a 98
acre property. But then people in CA were wanting to retire to Idaho
so was very easy for me to sell it for twice what I paid for it, sold
in a week. A gorgeous property in the panhandle, Bonner County,
but I didn't know a soul there.
Selle Road, Sandpoint, ID.
Across the road from Jackass Ranch:
https://postimg.cc/N5LS9JGH/5a3f3273
All posing for me.
https://search.aol.com/aol/image;_ylt=A2KLfRvaDWdh810A7BFpCWVH;_ylu=Y29sbwNiZjEEcG9zAzIEdnRpZAMEc2VjA3Nj?q=jackass+ranch+idaho&v_t=loki-keyword
Hank Rogers
2021-10-13 21:43:11 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho "advertises" potatoes on its license plates...
;-)
And Nebraska license plates say "cornhusker state."
Their corn is nothing special, they just grow a lot of it.
I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
You should try to get some vanity plates ... ASS SNIFF
i***@webtv.net
2021-10-13 22:08:51 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-13 22:51:30 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
i***@webtv.net
2021-10-13 23:24:00 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-13 23:34:02 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
"Roundup" then, but in Nebraska (that's a state, right?), the limit
seems to be 5 characters:

https://dmv.nebraska.gov/dvr/license-plates
Bryan Simmons
2021-10-13 23:40:23 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
"Roundup" then, but in Nebraska (that's a state, right?), the limit
https://dmv.nebraska.gov/dvr/license-plates
I'd bet you a dollar to a dime that Nebraska plate is already taken. Those
Cornhuskers love their Roundup.

--Bryan
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2021-10-14 01:09:42 UTC
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"Roundup" then, but in Nebraska (that's a state, right?), the limit
https://dmv.nebraska.gov/dvr/license-plates
Yes, Nebraska is a state, I've included a map with the state circled.

Here in Tennessee, it's seven letters as I've stated earlier but if you
use a dash, that counts as a letter. Such as 123-ABC.

Loading Image...
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-14 01:20:37 UTC
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"Roundup" then, but in Nebraska (that's a state, right?), the limit
https://dmv.nebraska.gov/dvr/license-plates
Yes, Nebraska is a state, I've included a map with the state circled.
Here in Tennessee, it's seven letters as I've stated earlier but if you
use a dash, that counts as a letter. Such as 123-ABC.
https://i.postimg.cc/63yrKq6d/USA.jpg
That map made me realise how close you are to John. Only 310 miles or
4.5 hour drive. If you leave tomorrow morning, you can be there
tomorrow afternoon. You can do joint posts to RFC.
i***@webtv.net
2021-10-14 02:22:11 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/63yrKq6d/USA.jpg
That map made me realise how close you are to John. Only 310 miles or
4.5 hour drive. If you leave tomorrow morning, you can be there
tomorrow afternoon. You can do joint posts to RFC.
That's ok, I'll just stay here in Nashville.
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-14 02:57:25 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/63yrKq6d/USA.jpg
That map made me realise how close you are to John. Only 310 miles or
4.5 hour drive. If you leave tomorrow morning, you can be there
tomorrow afternoon. You can do joint posts to RFC.
That's ok, I'll just stay here in Nashville.
If I was as obsessed with someone as you are with John, I'd want to
meet them!
Hank Rogers
2021-10-14 03:17:25 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/63yrKq6d/USA.jpg
That map made me realise how close you are to John. Only 310 miles or
4.5 hour drive. If you leave tomorrow morning, you can be there
tomorrow afternoon. You can do joint posts to RFC.
That's ok, I'll just stay here in Nashville.
If I was as obsessed with someone as you are with John, I'd want to
meet them!
Only from behind them.
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-14 03:54:00 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/63yrKq6d/USA.jpg
That map made me realise how close you are to John. Only 310 miles or
4.5 hour drive. If you leave tomorrow morning, you can be there
tomorrow afternoon. You can do joint posts to RFC.
That's ok, I'll just stay here in Nashville.
If I was as obsessed with someone as you are with John, I'd want to
meet them!
Only from behind them.
Nobody even knows what kind of horror show the 2024 election will turn out,
especially if Trump himself runs again. As the venerable Chalmers Johnson
once put it (RIP in peace), empires just collapse at the speed of Fedex these days.
jmcquown
2021-10-14 22:16:02 UTC
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If I was as obsessed with someone as you are with John, I'd want to
meet them!
_IF_ I was as obsessed as you claim I am, I'd already been knocking
on his door. Even if the paint was not dry.
Bruce is equally obsessed with posters who reply to John; how come Bruce
hasn't shown up at your door? ;)

Jill
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-14 23:33:27 UTC
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If I was as obsessed with someone as you are with John, I'd want to
meet them!
_IF_ I was as obsessed as you claim I am, I'd already been knocking
on his door. Even if the paint was not dry.
Bruce is equally obsessed with posters who reply to John; how come Bruce
hasn't shown up at your door? ;)
Didn't you hear me knock last night?
Michael Trew
2021-10-15 02:46:59 UTC
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If I was as obsessed with someone as you are with John, I'd want to
meet them!
_IF_ I was as obsessed as you claim I am, I'd already been knocking
on his door. Even if the paint was not dry.
Bruce is equally obsessed with posters who reply to John; how come Bruce
hasn't shown up at your door? ;)
Didn't you hear me knock last night?


Knock 3 times...
Gary
2021-10-14 12:38:38 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
"Roundup" then, but in Nebraska (that's a state, right?), the limit
https://dmv.nebraska.gov/dvr/license-plates
RNDUP would work but it would silly to pay extra for such a plate. Silly
to pay extra for any vanity plate, imo. I just accept whatever plate
they send me. No one cares what a stupid license plate says.
Cindy Hamilton
2021-10-14 13:04:13 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
"Roundup" then, but in Nebraska (that's a state, right?), the limit
https://dmv.nebraska.gov/dvr/license-plates
RNDUP would work but it would silly to pay extra for such a plate. Silly
to pay extra for any vanity plate, imo. I just accept whatever plate
they send me. No one cares what a stupid license plate says.
In my experience, every vanity plate just represents a non-phonetic way
of spelling DORK.

Cindy Hamilton
Hank Rogers
2021-10-14 17:53:09 UTC
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Post by Bruce 0.77 Beta
I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
"Roundup" then, but in Nebraska (that's a state, right?), the limit
https://dmv.nebraska.gov/dvr/license-plates
RNDUP would work but it would silly to pay extra for such a plate. Silly
to pay extra for any vanity plate, imo. I just accept whatever plate
they send me. No one cares what a stupid license plate says.
In my experience, every vanity plate just represents a non-phonetic way
of spelling DORK.
Cindy Hamilton
You're wrong! It spells DOUCHE.
jmcquown
2021-10-14 22:17:37 UTC
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RNDUP would work but it would silly to pay extra for such a plate. Silly
to pay extra for any vanity plate, imo. I just accept whatever plate
they send me. No one cares what a stupid license plate says.
In my experience, every vanity plate just represents a non-phonetic way
of spelling DORK.
Cindy Hamilton
LOL So true!

Jill
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-14 23:34:32 UTC
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Post by Gary
RNDUP would work but it would silly to pay extra for such a plate. Silly
to pay extra for any vanity plate, imo. I just accept whatever plate
they send me. No one cares what a stupid license plate says.
In my experience, every vanity plate just represents a non-phonetic way
of spelling DORK.
Cindy Hamilton
LOL So true!
I don't know where that idea comes from. I have considered getting one
but I refuse to pay the extra money. They charge $310 for them here, and
that is for the plate and there is the usual permit fee as well. I have
considered going the other way and arranging for a veteran's plate. They
are free.
What would you use? Is PICKLEBALL too long?
Michael Trew
2021-10-15 02:58:47 UTC
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RNDUP would work but it would silly to pay extra for such a plate. Silly
to pay extra for any vanity plate, imo. I just accept whatever plate
they send me. No one cares what a stupid license plate says.
In my experience, every vanity plate just represents a non-phonetic way
of spelling DORK.
Cindy Hamilton
LOL So true!
I don't know where that idea comes from. I have considered getting one
but I refuse to pay the extra money. They charge $310 for them here, and
that is for the plate and there is the usual permit fee as well. I have
considered going the other way and arranging for a veteran's plate. They
are free.
OUCH!! Those registration costs would limit my cars. I pay $50 per
year or so for plates. Custom plates are about twice that; annually. I
get normal plates.
cshenk
2021-10-17 06:14:36 UTC
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Post by Gary
RNDUP would work but it would silly to pay extra for such a
plate. Silly to pay extra for any vanity plate, imo. I just
accept whatever plate they send me. No one cares what a stupid
license plate says.
In my experience, every vanity plate just represents a
non-phonetic way of spelling DORK.
Cindy Hamilton
LOL So true!
I don't know where that idea comes from. I have considered getting
one but I refuse to pay the extra money. They charge $310 for them
here, and that is for the plate and there is the usual permit fee as
well. I have considered going the other way and arranging for a
veteran's plate. They are free.
Humm. Personalized is cheaper here by far but I think veterans plates
cost extra. Handicap ones though cost the same as regular.
Michael Trew
2021-10-17 22:56:52 UTC
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Post by Gary
RNDUP would work but it would silly to pay extra for such a
plate. Silly to pay extra for any vanity plate, imo. I just
accept whatever plate they send me. No one cares what a stupid
license plate says.
In my experience, every vanity plate just represents a
non-phonetic way of spelling DORK.
Cindy Hamilton
LOL So true!
I don't know where that idea comes from. I have considered getting
one but I refuse to pay the extra money. They charge $310 for them
here, and that is for the plate and there is the usual permit fee as
well. I have considered going the other way and arranging for a
veteran's plate. They are free.
Humm. Personalized is cheaper here by far but I think veterans plates
cost extra. Handicap ones though cost the same as regular.
That's absurd. Veterans plates should cost LESS for veterans!

Bryan Simmons
2021-10-13 23:37:08 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
In Missouri it's only six, but you can have an additional dash. John Kuthe
could get PERV-RN.

--Bryan
Michael Trew
2021-10-14 05:07:03 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
Ohio and PA state custom plates are 7 or 8 characters, max.
Sheldon Martin
2021-10-14 15:05:47 UTC
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Post by Bruce 0.77 Beta
I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST

New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennesee the round up state?
i***@webtv.net
2021-10-14 20:11:33 UTC
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Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennessee the round up state?
Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-14 20:49:30 UTC
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Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennessee the round up state?
Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
I'd guess it was the guitar state.
i***@webtv.net
2021-10-14 22:49:54 UTC
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Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
I'd guess it was the guitar state.
We're known as the "Volunteer State."
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-14 23:37:00 UTC
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Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
I'd guess it was the guitar state.
We're known as the "Volunteer State."
Volunteer for what?

I'll see what mine says... Oh, just NEW SOUTH WALES.
Hank Rogers
2021-10-15 00:48:12 UTC
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Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennessee the round up state?
Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
I'd guess it was the guitar state.
It's the only state where carrying a gun and ass sniffing is legal.

You'd love it master.
i***@webtv.net
2021-10-15 08:28:12 UTC
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Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennessee the round up state?
Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
I'd guess it was the guitar state.
The toothbrush was invented in Tennessee, that's why it's
not called a teethbrush.
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-15 08:32:35 UTC
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RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennessee the round up state?
Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
I'd guess it was the guitar state.
The toothbrush was invented in Tennessee, that's why it's
not called a teethbrush.
lol
Sheldon Martin
2021-10-15 12:50:33 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennessee the round up state?
Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
I'd guess it was the guitar state.
Banjo, Fiddle, Harmonica.
dsi1
2021-10-14 21:05:29 UTC
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Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennessee the round up state?
Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
My son's girlfriend's people come from a small hamlet in Tennessee. I'm a little concerned about this.


Sheldon Martin
2021-10-15 12:53:58 UTC
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Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennessee the round up state?
Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
Why would someone with TENNESEE plates want their Plates to say Round
Up State?
i***@webtv.net
2021-10-15 16:56:20 UTC
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Try to keep up Sheldon. Nobody said Tennessee was the Round Up
state.
Why would someone with TENNESEE plates want their Plates to say Round
Up State?
First things first. It's Tennessee not Tennesee. Second, you got left behind
in this discussion Thursday morning.
jmcquown
2021-10-14 22:19:20 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennesee the round up state?
Tennessee is "The Volunteer State". God only knows why Bruce is yapping
about Roundup on personalized plates. I lost track of this thread after
people stopped talking about potatoes.

Jill
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-14 23:37:51 UTC
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Post by Bruce 0.77 Beta
I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters. We don't have those foot wide license plates
like I've seen in Europe. I can't speak for other states, but seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennesee the round up state?
Tennessee is "The Volunteer State". God only knows why Bruce is yapping
about Roundup on personalized plates.
lol
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I lost track of this thread after people stopped talking about potatoes.
But you're back on track. Good.
Hank Rogers
2021-10-15 01:17:01 UTC
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On Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 11:16:36 AM UTC-5, Bruce
Post by Bruce 0.77 Beta
I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
"Roundup st8" then?
Still far too many letters.  We don't have those foot wide
license plates
like I've seen in Europe.  I can't speak for other states, but
seven letters
is the max allowed here in Tennessee.
RNDUPST
New York allows eight letters.
Why is Tennesee the round up state?
Tennessee is "The Volunteer State".  God only knows why Bruce is
yapping about Roundup on personalized plates.  I lost track of this
thread after people stopped talking about potatoes.
Jill
Your royal highness, Druce was simply sniffing asses.

You can pour yourself another glass from the box wine.
Sheldon Martin
2021-10-14 14:50:26 UTC
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I wonder if you can get custom plates that say "Roundup state".
Too many letters for a personalized plate.
RONDUPST.
I shortened my wife's plate; KTHYKNTS
Mine was easy; IDAHO98
I actually didn't retire to Idaho.
Would have been easier; NY98.
But I kept Idaho, about weekly I get asked if I'm a potato farmer.
Cindy Hamilton
2021-10-12 17:22:12 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho potatoes _are_ russet potatoes. Russet is a variety; Idaho is a
growing location.

Cindy Hamilton
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-12 18:26:40 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho potatoes _are_ russet potatoes. Russet is a variety; Idaho is a
growing location.
Are you saying they don't grow potatoes in Russet, West Virginia?
Michael Trew
2021-10-13 03:41:49 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho potatoes _are_ russet potatoes. Russet is a variety; Idaho is a
growing location.
Cindy Hamilton
Oy. Sounds like a marketing technique.
Cindy Hamilton
2021-10-13 08:38:21 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho potatoes _are_ russet potatoes. Russet is a variety; Idaho is a
growing location.
Cindy Hamilton
Oy. Sounds like a marketing technique.
Of course it is. Idaho potato growers want people to think their
potatoes are something special.

<https://idahopotato.com/retail/marketing-support>

Sure, Idaho is an ideal potato-growing region, but getting people
to recognize russet potatoes as "Idaho potatoes" is pure marketing.

Cindy Hamilton
cshenk
2021-10-17 06:05:41 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of
Russet potatoes, over Idaho?
Idaho potatoes are russet potatoes. Russet is a variety; Idaho is a
growing location.
Cindy Hamilton
Oy. Sounds like a marketing technique.
Nope, not entirely. Just that Idaho became famous for them first.
They grow other types there that are also of the 'russet type' plus
whites and reds. Feel free to get russets if the bag that says Idaho
costs more (normally same price here).
Gary
2021-10-13 12:27:16 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
All kinds of potatoes can be Idaho potatoes. The name just indicates
where they were grown and there's nothing special about them being grown
in Idaho. They are just as tasty grown elsewhere.

It's just a large or main crop in that state.
Sheldon Martin
2021-10-13 15:16:50 UTC
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Post by Michael Trew
I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
All kinds of potatoes can be Idaho potatoes. The name just indicates
where they were grown and there's nothing special about them being grown
in Idaho. They are just as tasty grown elsewhere.
It's just a large or main crop in that state.
Maine grows a lot of potatoes too and includes russets. I think Maine
potatoes are better than Idaho's, not that they are a better potato
just they are less often diseased. There are many potato diseases.
https://naldc.nal.usda.gov/download/CAT31007970/PDF
Hank Rogers
2021-10-13 21:41:55 UTC
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I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of Russet
potatoes, over Idaho?
All kinds of potatoes can be Idaho potatoes. The name just indicates
where they were grown and there's nothing special about them being grown
in Idaho. They are just as tasty grown elsewhere.
It's just a large or main crop in that state.
Maine grows a lot of potatoes too and includes russets. I think Maine
potatoes are better than Idaho's, not that they are a better potato
just they are less often diseased. There are many potato diseases.
https://naldc.nal.usda.gov/download/CAT31007970/PDF
But the best potatoes are grown in brooklyn, and sold at kosher
jewish delis Popeye.
cshenk
2021-10-17 05:59:20 UTC
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I typically only buy Idaho, but on my shopping trip today, I did
buy some Russets as well.. or are those not "waxy"? I'm not
sure.. but I would like a good potato for stews that doesn't fall
apart.
https://www.potatogoodness.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/potato-types-reference-guide.pdf
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Post by jmcquown
"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new” potato?
Waxy potatoes display a creamy, firm texture when cooked, thanks to
their low starch and high water content. Waxy potatoes also keep
their shape when cooked, making them ideal for boiling, steaming
and roasting.
Floury potatoes are low in water content; and by the time of
harvest, most of their sugar has converted to starch. This leads to
a dry, fluffy cooked texture accentuated by baking and mashing.
Floury potatoes also fry well, as low sugar levels mean less
excessive browning. Red skinned potatoes, Yukon gold, white skinned
potatoes are generally considered waxy. That is, they have more
firm flesh. Russets are considered floury and are commonly used for
baking and mashing."
Hope this helps.
Jill
Thanks! I'll have to try one of those for my next stew.
I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of
Russet potatoes, over Idaho?
"Idaho potatoes are a collective breed of potatoes whereas russet
potatoes are a particular breed of potato. Idaho potatoes are strictly
grown in the state of Idaho but russets can be grown anywhere with
familiar environmental conditions. Idaho potatoes are good for baking
but russet potatoes are ideal for mashing and frying."

Many 'Idaho' potatoes are Russets, but not all.
Cindy Hamilton
2021-10-17 10:05:23 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
Post by Michael Trew
I typically only buy Idaho, but on my shopping trip today, I did
buy some Russets as well.. or are those not "waxy"? I'm not
sure.. but I would like a good potato for stews that doesn't fall
apart.
https://www.potatogoodness.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/potato-types-reference-guide.pdf
Post by jmcquown
"MAKING SENSE OF COMMON POTATO TERMS
How do waxy and floury potatoes differ? And what’s a “new” potato?
Waxy potatoes display a creamy, firm texture when cooked, thanks to
their low starch and high water content. Waxy potatoes also keep
their shape when cooked, making them ideal for boiling, steaming
and roasting.
Floury potatoes are low in water content; and by the time of
harvest, most of their sugar has converted to starch. This leads to
a dry, fluffy cooked texture accentuated by baking and mashing.
Floury potatoes also fry well, as low sugar levels mean less
excessive browning. Red skinned potatoes, Yukon gold, white skinned
potatoes are generally considered waxy. That is, they have more
firm flesh. Russets are considered floury and are commonly used for
baking and mashing."
Hope this helps.
Jill
Thanks! I'll have to try one of those for my next stew.
I've always just bought Idaho potatoes. What is the benefit of
Russet potatoes, over Idaho?
"Idaho potatoes are a collective breed of potatoes whereas russet
potatoes are a particular breed of potato. Idaho potatoes are strictly
grown in the state of Idaho but russets can be grown anywhere with
familiar environmental conditions. Idaho potatoes are good for baking
but russet potatoes are ideal for mashing and frying."
Many 'Idaho' potatoes are Russets, but not all.
It's customary to cite your sources, so that people can judge the
quality of the information:

<https://askanydifference.com/difference-between-idaho-and-russet-potatoes-with-table>

It's marketing, plain and simple.

Cindy Hamilton
Bryan Simmons
2021-10-13 16:07:32 UTC
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You should read my novel.
The Narcissist Personality Disorder sufferer says!! "Read my novel! Pay
attention to ME!"
Hey Michael! Did you read my novel yet to your daughter?
John Kuthe could read her some of the naughty bits from my book. He
could tell her, "I know some of this seems kinda grown up, but I can tell
that you're more mature than most girls your age."

--Bryan
Michael Trew
2021-09-28 06:08:30 UTC
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It was YUMMY!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
Maybe I should play the lottery today.. heh
I'm going to buy a Powerball ticket today. Est. jackpot $545 million.
You should read my novel.
https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/bryan-simmons/winters-present/ebook/product-176j5weg.html?page=1&pageSize=4
--Bryan
I haven't played in years, I got bored of just winning a buck, or
nothing. I made $10 once, and decided I'll quit while I'm ahead.

I do plan to read your novel at some point, but it will likely be a
while out. I'm stretched pretty thin from day to day.
Bruce
2021-09-28 12:18:09 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/HkJB1GtV/20212.jpg
It was YUMMY!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
Maybe I should play the lottery today.. heh
I'm going to buy a Powerball ticket today. Est. jackpot $545 million.
You should read my novel.
https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/bryan-simmons/winters-present/ebook/product-176j5weg.html?page=1&pageSize=4
--Bryan
I haven't played in years, I got bored of just winning a buck, or
nothing. I made $10 once, and decided I'll quit while I'm ahead.
I do plan to read your novel at some point, but it will likely be a
while out. I'm stretched pretty thin from day to day.
You're way more intelligent than the resident "hemmingway." His only
big lottery win so far has been scoring Kuthe. Not sure if he is the
top or bottom. I wouldn''t touch that link.. something nastey could
rub off on you. So far he has a readership of 2.

You do know he is the oBOOBBO flamer in the mug shots and he brought
Kuthe here and dumped him off. Now he just checks in and out of here
to keep their love quarrel going. They are both as pathetic as it gets.
jmcquown
2021-09-29 01:00:05 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
https://i.postimg.cc/HkJB1GtV/20212.jpg
It was YUMMY!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
Maybe I should play the lottery today.. heh
I'm going to buy a Powerball ticket today.  Est. jackpot $545 million.
You should read my novel.
https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/bryan-simmons/winters-present/ebook/product-176j5weg.html?page=1&pageSize=4
--Bryan
I haven't played in years, I got bored of just winning a buck, or
nothing.  I made $10 once, and decided I'll quit while I'm ahead.
I do plan to read your novel at some point, but it will likely be a
while out.  I'm stretched pretty thin from day to day.
Be prepared to find he's just as interested in young girls sexuality as
he claims John is... it's really poorly written prose.

Jill
Bryan Simmons
2021-09-29 02:07:50 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
https://i.postimg.cc/HkJB1GtV/20212.jpg
It was YUMMY!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
Maybe I should play the lottery today.. heh
I'm going to buy a Powerball ticket today. Est. jackpot $545 million.
You should read my novel.
https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/bryan-simmons/winters-present/ebook/product-176j5weg.html?page=1&pageSize=4
--Bryan
I haven't played in years, I got bored of just winning a buck, or
nothing. I made $10 once, and decided I'll quit while I'm ahead.
I do plan to read your novel at some point, but it will likely be a
while out. I'm stretched pretty thin from day to day.
Be prepared to find he's just as interested in young girls sexuality as
he claims John is... it's really poorly written prose.
I care little about anyone's conjectures about my sexual interests.
I'm not applying for any positions involving contact with persons
of any age, male or female. You're in a tiny minority of folks who
find it poorly written. There are all kinds of reasons folks dislike it,
but that's not one of them. What are your favorite books? How
about the top ten that come to mind? There's what some might
see as a paucity of narrative description because it's very heavy on
dialog. Perhaps you'd like to call attention to prose that you find
poorly written.

Sex between young persons *is* alluded to, but there's no sex
between adults and anyone under the legal age of consent.
Winter is within two weeks of her twentieth birthday when the
tale begins. Perhaps you were a late bloomer, or never really
fully bloomed at all. When I was 16, I got together with a 15 YO
who turned 16 exactly two months before I turned 17, and the
sex was phenomenal. I'm fine with post pubertal sex between
young folks as long as it is consensual, and not exploitative,
and in my case the GF was the assertive one. In fact, it was the
case in all three of my cohabiting relationships that the female
initiated both the sexual and romantic aspect.

You're a spinster, Jill. Whatever you failed at relationship wise in
the past, you never really got back onto the horse. I celebrated
my 35th anniversary last April. You simply don't have standing
to critique my sexual relationships. Odds are you will never
experience the physical adoration of your body that my wife
does every day, and you know that. You missed your window
to succeed in that way. I'm not saying that I was more
deserving; perhaps it was just that I was luckier. You, lady Jill,
are a spinster, and a smug one. It's kind of pathetic.
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Jill
--Bryan
GM
2021-09-29 03:17:46 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/HkJB1GtV/20212.jpg
It was YUMMY!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
Maybe I should play the lottery today.. heh
I'm going to buy a Powerball ticket today. Est. jackpot $545 million.
You should read my novel.
https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/bryan-simmons/winters-present/ebook/product-176j5weg.html?page=1&pageSize=4
--Bryan
I haven't played in years, I got bored of just winning a buck, or
nothing. I made $10 once, and decided I'll quit while I'm ahead.
I do plan to read your novel at some point, but it will likely be a
while out. I'm stretched pretty thin from day to day.
Be prepared to find he's just as interested in young girls sexuality as
he claims John is... it's really poorly written prose.
I care little about anyone's conjectures about my sexual interests.
I'm not applying for any positions involving contact with persons
of any age, male or female. You're in a tiny minority of folks who
find it poorly written. There are all kinds of reasons folks dislike it,
but that's not one of them. What are your favorite books? How
about the top ten that come to mind? There's what some might
see as a paucity of narrative description because it's very heavy on
dialog. Perhaps you'd like to call attention to prose that you find
poorly written.
Sex between young persons *is* alluded to, but there's no sex
between adults and anyone under the legal age of consent.
Winter is within two weeks of her twentieth birthday when the
tale begins. Perhaps you were a late bloomer, or never really
fully bloomed at all. When I was 16, I got together with a 15 YO
who turned 16 exactly two months before I turned 17, and the
sex was phenomenal. I'm fine with post pubertal sex between
young folks as long as it is consensual, and not exploitative,
and in my case the GF was the assertive one. In fact, it was the
case in all three of my cohabiting relationships that the female
initiated both the sexual and romantic aspect.
You're a spinster, Jill. Whatever you failed at relationship wise in
the past, you never really got back onto the horse. I celebrated
my 35th anniversary last April. You simply don't have standing
to critique my sexual relationships. Odds are you will never
experience the physical adoration of your body that my wife
does every day, and you know that. You missed your window
to succeed in that way. I'm not saying that I was more
deserving; perhaps it was just that I was luckier. You, lady Jill,
are a spinster, and a smug one. It's kind of pathetic.
Poor Jill...romance is her "Rock of Sisyphus", if you will...

Is she still seeing her married " SO ", one wonders...???
--
GM
Bruce 0.76 Beta
2021-09-26 17:08:00 UTC
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It was YUMMY!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
It looks good, you did well.
wow
Maybe I should play the lottery today.. heh
Yes, the unexpected can happen today.
Bruce 0.77 Beta
2021-10-14 05:41:29 UTC
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It was YUMMY!
Will Biden bring back Nixon’s wage and price controls?

Many other things this Administration is doing are bringing us
back to the future - the 1970s.
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