Things you do to food that you love

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hatteras04
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Re:Things you do to food that you love 2011/05/19 23:12:34 (permalink)
Michael Hoffman

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Michael -

Where do you find good lox around here?

I don't. Ever since the Bexley Kosher Market shut down the only lox I get is that stuff that comes in small packages.


That's what I figured.
 
Have you tried the "New York Style Deli" that recently opened in Westerville.  It's like Gee Willikers or something like that.  I have seen some pretty medicore reviews and haven't gotten there myself.
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Re:Things you do to food that you love 2011/05/19 23:25:10 (permalink)
No, I've never been there. And let me amend one thing about lox. Every once in a while Giant Eagle will have some fairly decent stuff available.
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Re:Things you do to food that you love 2011/05/21 11:23:55 (permalink)
Eating anything either my mom or my daughter has cooked
My mom- she is 89 & still a great cook.  I am 64 & am so blessed to be have a mom that still cooks & bakes.
 
My daughter- she has 3 children, works from home & still finds the time to cook(she is not a baker).  She cooks from scratch, much more of a gourmet than me.  I am so proud of her. 
Also, most of the time, their entire family sits down for the evening meal, everyone stays at the table until everyone else is done.  Then all 3 kids have "chores" to do after the meal.  Same thing goes for my 2 married sons' families.
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Re:Things you do to food that you love 2011/05/21 15:58:44 (permalink)
Add a little heat to almost everything. A little horseradish on BLT; a touch of cayenne pepper in brownies. Not really hot, just a bounce.
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