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In reply to an earlier post on Nov 4, 2012 10:50:08 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 4, 2012 10:50:37 AM PST
Moggy K says:
The main reason I started buying bone in breasts and deboing them myself is because I like the skin and you can only buy boneless skinless breasts around here anymore. They're super easy to debone though and you get a huge hunk of meat + a tenderloin from each one. I seperate them and and then freeze whichever part I'm not going to use right then for another night.

Oh Suze, so that's the same thing? Our didn't look like pancakes though, there was no special round shape to them or anything.

Posted on Nov 4, 2012 10:58:29 AM PST
Moggy K says:
Out of the Limelight
When a flower girl is killed in a brutal attack on the streets of Victorian London, two innocent comedians stand accused of her murder. Vilified by their audience, and hounded by a police sergeant seeking promotion, they leave the bright lights of music hall in an attempt to clear their names. Out of their depth in a murky world of deceit and lies, they encounter conspirators and aristocrats, lovers and killers, never realising their own lives are at risk as they draw closer to a macabre discovery in the depths of the city.

*** Set in the rumbustious Music Hall of the late 19th century, 'Out of the Limelight' is a tale of conspiracy, murder and love. This is a gripping read - a Victorian novel with a contemporary flavour, full of colourful characters, warmth, wit and humour. ***

Room With a Clue (Pennyfoot Hotel Mystery) Cozy? Says there are 19 in the series ~ yikes!
The Pennyfoot hides many secrets and its downstairs staff keeps a tight lip, even when the Edwardian aristocrats are spotted dallying with damsels in the boudoirs, or gambling in the forbidden card rooms hidden below the floorboards. Should now and then one of the hotel guests fall prey to a dastardly murderer, however, it is up to Cecily Sinclair to restore order before Scotland Yard steps in and shuts down her infamous seaside hotel.

ROOM WITH A CLUE

Lady Eleanor Danbury thoroughly enjoyed the view of the ocean from the rooftop garden of the Pennyfoot Hotel, until someone pushed her over to fall four stories to her death. In order to keep secret the goings-on of her illustrious guests, Cecily takes on the task of tracking down a killer. There are no shortage of suspects, since Lady Eleanor managed to alienate everyone with whom she came in contact. That includes the downstairs staff of the hotel, the fellow aristocrats staying at the hotel, and even her own husband. Since Inspector Cranshaw of Scotland Yard is bound and determined to shut down the Pennyfoot and put a stop to all the hanky-panky, Cecily must work fast and be terribly discreet, or she might lose her home and her livelihood....
There are nineteen books in the Pennyfoot Hotel series, including seven Christmas Editions.

The Creep
Set in 1990, THE CREEP is definitely not for the faint hearted. It is a spell-binding thriller about a ruthless and cold blooded killer.

A psychological thriller in the true tradition of The Silence of the Lambs, THE CREEP takes you deep into the mind of a killer who has roamed America unchecked for the past seven years. He comes to Bill Harvey, the world's richest and most celebrated hypnotherapist for help, and under hypnosis - the details of his gory past are laid bare.

But 'Dr. Bill' gets a lot more than he bargained for - and so does the reader - as the plot twists and turns towards an extraordinary climax. Before you read this book you will want to deadbolt your doors and secure your windows, because as the book makes clear, Bishman is not the only serial killer out there.

WARNING: This book contains a great deal of information on events actually happening in the real world today. Many readers may therefore be disturbed by its content. But once you have picked it up, you will not want to put it down.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 4, 2012 12:23:00 PM PST
I also add an eggor two and some onion. The boys eat these up fast.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 4, 2012 1:03:40 PM PST
 nospin  says:
Do you flour the outside before frying?

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 4, 2012 2:07:16 PM PST
Moggy K says:
Sounds yummy.

I'm making Japanese fried chicken (Kara-age) for dinner tonight ~ I'm so hungry since we haven't eaten since 10 a.m. My S.O. is watching the Pittsburgh game though so I may have to bring dinner into the living room if I want to eat before midnight.

Posted on Nov 4, 2012 3:49:10 PM PST
Grammiam says:
Picked up one more, for DH...
Held for Ransom (Cliff Knowles Mysteries)
the author is a retired FBI agent, so I think he will enjoy this one.

All your cabbage roll recipes made me want some. Think I will pick up the stuff after cardiac rehab tomorrow.

Posted on Nov 4, 2012 4:53:13 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 5, 2012 2:29:46 PM PST
Mary in Fl says:
All of the recipes floating have made me hungary. Definately gonna try some of them. Here is a good one for dessert to this meal. It makes 2 pies, so good for holidays or give one to neighbor.
CHERRY ICEBOX PIE--2 uncooked deepdish pie shells--bake until golden
1 can tart red cherries (not pie filling)
1 sm can crushed or niblet pineapple drained
2-3 bananas --mashed --not into mush but have some small chunks
1 cp pecans chopped
1 sm box cherry jello
4 tbls flour--plain or selfrising
1 cp sugar
Drain pineapple, add pecans and crushed bananas
Pour can of cherries with juice into pan, add flour and sugar, stir and cook untill thickened
Add Jello, stir well
Add bananas, nuts, and pineapple mixture to cherries stir until thoroughtly mixed
Divide into the 2 cooked pieshells
Refrigerate at least 2-3 hrs. Use Coolwhip to make topping each pie Enjoy!! my hubby can eat both of these if I let him--they also freeze well Mary Ann

edited to add left out sugar

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 4, 2012 5:17:57 PM PST
Grammiam says:
Thanks Mary Ann, that sounds yummy. :-)

Posted on Nov 4, 2012 5:28:19 PM PST
Mary in Fl says:
Mea Culpa--I just reread my recipe post and noted 1 omission--you need a cap of sugar to add to cherries and flr. mixture. Sorry--as much as I love sugar how could I forget. Well Daisy had gotten some Hallowween chocolate from somewhere and was busy unwrapping it. That's my excuse anyway.
MaryAnn

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 4, 2012 5:47:48 PM PST
Grammiam says:
You mean a 'cup' of sugar? I wonder if the Splenda mix (1/2 sugar 1/2 Splenda) would work? That's a lot of sugar. Your hubby would be in a sugar coma if you let him eat both!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 4, 2012 5:55:47 PM PST
Leo Little says:
moggy the Japanese chicken sounds good recipe????

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 5, 2012 4:19:56 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 5, 2012 4:20:08 AM PST
Moggy K says:
Good morning all!

Mary Ann, that pie sounds delish!

Grammiam one cup doesn't sound like a lot to me since it makes two pies?

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 5, 2012 4:23:01 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 5, 2012 4:23:21 AM PST
Moggy K says:
Sure Leonard ~ I don't really follow a recipe since I make it all the time, but the one at this link is pretty much how I make it. Biggest difference is that I add toasted sesame seeds to the potato starch for the breading and I use breasts instead of thighs (with the skin on) but thats just personal preference. http://justhungry.com/2004/04/karaage_japanes.html

Posted on Nov 5, 2012 4:27:51 AM PST
Moggy K says:
Only one from my WL this morning

Thanksgiving Recipes From Start to Finish
This mini cookbook takes you through all of the recipes for a delicious Thanksgiving dinner from start to finish. Three appetizers start the meal in a light and tasty manner, which is followed by the main event. The main event serves up traditional American dishes. Oven roasted turkey, fried stuffing patties, Charleston sweet potato casserole, old-fashioned homemade gravy, slow-cooked green beans, French pork stuffing, and an apple cranberry casserole all grace the holiday table. The sweet finish is all about the joy of delicious homemade desserts from scratch. Pumpkin pie, sweet potato cheesecake, and butterscotch haystacks complete the holiday feast.

Posted on Nov 5, 2012 6:06:24 AM PST
Grammiam says:
Good morning everyone!

Moggy, I just meant it was a lot of sugar for a diabetic. :-)
I'm going to try the Splenda mix. It is made for baking, and that pie sounds really good!

I didn't have a thing from my wish list, or in my suggestions when I logged in.

I checked out the book review that 4Nbahu was talking about on FBaC. Sounded like a mess. But why I am bringing it up is, I noticed Emerald posted there. So at least my mind is at ease where she is concerned.

I wish Rahoo could find the strength to post. The situation sounded so difficult, and I wish there was something we could do to help.

Hmm... Guess I'll pick up that cookbook, Moggy. Thanks!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 5, 2012 6:22:16 AM PST
Moggy K says:
Ah, I see.

I haven't been over to FBaC ~ but glad to hear Emerald is okay. I know what you mean about Rahoo. That is one thing I don't like about the internet - when someone doesn't post for a long time you have no idea what's going on. :(

Posted on Nov 5, 2012 6:22:35 AM PST
Moggy K says:
Here's a children's book

Princess Charleston of the Isle of Palms
Princess Charleston is a caring little girl who loves all of her friends in the land, air and sea. Sing with her as she helps to bring animals of the Isle of Palms to shelter during a scary thunderstorm.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 5, 2012 6:40:06 AM PST
Moggy- I don't think EC posted within the thread, I believe she'd posted a comment on a review by 4Nbahu that was rabidly being attacked and you know that woman isn't going to stand for that :-). I was just glad to see her name anywhere...

{{{HUGS}}} today to Rahoo.

Posted on Nov 5, 2012 6:51:16 AM PST
Grammiam says:
Hi Marla... Thanks for clarifying my post. :-). I was glad to see she was ok too.

Moggy, thanks for the kid's book! My GD will love it. I managed to find one book...

Old World Murder (A Chloe Ellefson Mystery)

Posted on Nov 5, 2012 6:54:44 AM PST
Mary in Fl says:
@Grammian Yes you can use Splenda asand you can also get the pineapple in its own juice which cuts it a bit more. I am diebetic too but meds keeps it in check but I slip up when I make this pie.

@Moggy No that's rewally what the receipe calls for and I usually fix it this way since my husband eats 90% of it. I ndo eat some of this and also pecan pie during thenholidays.
To the dispeare (sp?) of my doctor my sweet tooth runs away somes time. I simply told him I'm old and I can live longer, maybe, without sweets or I can eat some, live shorter, and be happy. Needless to say he doesn't agree.

Mary Ann gotta go now and get ready for aerobics.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 5, 2012 6:56:40 AM PST
Leo Little says:
@ Moggy Thanks I bookmarked for future use

Posted on Nov 5, 2012 8:37:54 AM PST
Grammiam says:
Thanks to Cinder over on Links Only, I picked up another Gooseberry Patch cookbook...

Circle Of Friends 25 Breakfast & Brunch Recipes

Posted on Nov 5, 2012 10:44:02 AM PST
Moggy K says:
Hi again all. Just back from running errands.

Grammiam, that looks like a cozy~Thanks!

You are welcome Leonard, you should try it some day. I just took some of the leftovers and made a sandwich out of it. :)

Utoh, the washing machine is off balance and the puppy is going nuts!

Posted on Nov 6, 2012 4:56:27 AM PST
Moggy K says:
Good chilly morning all! Its only in the 30's here right now and we have a high predicted of only 48 ~ brrrr!

I hope everyone who hasn't already voted gets out and votes today! I'll be going as soon as I have showered and walked the dog.

Only one from my WL this morning

Blood Rite (A Maggie Devereaux Mystery, #2)
NOT FREE NOW ~ was free Oct 26 Scottish Rite (A Maggie Devereaux Mystery, #1)
NOT FREE NOW ~ was free Nov 3 Highland Fling (A Maggie Devereaux Short Story, Mystery #1.5)
PARANORMAL MYSTERY. The heir to the Clan MacLeod has been kidnapped. The police think it's for ransom, but Maggie Devereaux knows better. She'll have to tap into her dark magic again to save the baby, damn the consequences. Except that damnation may well be the consequence for Maggie.

Posted on Nov 6, 2012 5:18:45 AM PST
Moggy K says:
My K4PC is acting up so I couldn't take a look at this one, but I have a couple other cookbooks by the same author that were good.

Holiday Recipes: 150 Easy Recipes and Gifts From Your Kitchen
Give a gift of love this holiday season with homemade favorites from your kitchen. Everyone leads such busy lives, and gifts from your kitchen are thoughtful and much appreciated tokens of affection for family, friends and co-workers.

This 150 holiday recipe collection includes strategies to make your preparations easier, as well as tips to make your finished products tastier and more attractive. We also include loads of unique ideas to package your creations for gifts that are memorable and maybe even photo worthy.

Holiday Recipes not only has 150 recipes for your holiday table, but has all kinds of ideas for gifts from your kitchen, including an internet address for free printables - Christmas cookie pouches, bag toppers and hang tags for your baked goods. Give your homemade gifts in style this year.

In Good Faith (Joe Dillard Series)
A family of four is slaughtered in rural Tennessee.

Two weeks later, a retired high school principal and his wife are brutally slain.

Two Satan-worshipping teens stand accused.

It's up to prosecutor Joe Dillard to convict them. A former defense attorney who spent way too much time defending people he knew were guilty, Joe is determined to win this case to atone for his past. But an evil young woman named Natasha is responsible for the slayings and Joe knows it. Natasha is walking around free because the two boys who have been arrested are too terrified to implicate her. Now Joe must risk everything -- including his family's safety and his own life -- to bring an evil murderer to justice.
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