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[#] Mon Nov 06 2006 12:24:32 EST from Avalondaughter @ Uncensored

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Royal Galas rock my world.

[#] Mon Nov 06 2006 13:12:48 EST from mosephine @ Uncensored

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i love gala apples... they're my favorites. particularly fresh off the tree :)

[#] Mon Nov 06 2006 14:07:31 EST from girthta @ Uncensored

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Pink Ladies, Jonathans, Galas... Yum.

I love this time of year 



[#] Mon Nov 06 2006 15:02:27 EST from nadia @ Uncensored

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i wasn't much into apples until moving to california, where i don't like the summer fruit at all. my favorite apples are pink lady, fuji, gala, and braeburn.

as a kid, the only kind of apples i encountered were red "delicious", golden delicious, and mcintosh. the latter were the only vaguely palatable ones, ut i preferred the crab apples from the yard hands down.

[#] Mon Nov 06 2006 17:18:02 EST from Curly Surmudgeon @ Haven BBS

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Nov 6 2006 3:02pm from nadia @uncnsrd (Uncensored)
i wasn't much into apples until moving to california, where i don't
like the summer fruit at all. my favorite apples are pink lady, fuji,

gala, and braeburn.

That's because you live in the desert where cactus is native.

Move to the Sierra Nevada foothills up around Loomis, Meadow Vista, and follow that band north about 75 miles. Ther is some seriously beautiful land that grows great apples and stone fruit.

That's ENE of Sacramento about 35 miles on I80 toward Reno. Any of the land to the north is magnificent all the way past Grass Valley and Nevada City.

[#] Mon Nov 06 2006 22:14:34 EST from nadia @ Uncensored

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i'm not actually sure where the fruit from the farmer's market comes from, probably not that far north though. i do know that the guavas come from mexico.

this week i don't live anywhere in particular :)
tonight denver, tomorrow omaha...

[#] Mon Nov 06 2006 23:41:52 EST from Magus @ Uncensored

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Macouns, which should still be in season, although I've been having trouble finding any this year, are my absolute favorite. Which, given wabe's description, makes Honeycrisp sound promising. If I see any I'll give them a try.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2006 03:24:11 EST from nadia @ Uncensored

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just leave 'em on your desk for a few days before biting in

[#] Tue Nov 07 2006 16:55:22 EST from Avalondaughter @ Uncensored

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The only apples I really don't like are Golden Delicious.  I only like the Red Delicious is they're really crispy and not the least bit mealy (which they can easly be).  I am losing my taste for the Macs.

When it comes to pies, Granny Smith reigns supreme.



[#] Tue Nov 07 2006 19:02:00 EST from Mr.T @ Uncensored

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Jonagold, motherfuckers!

[#] Tue Nov 07 2006 21:20:56 EST from Magus @ Uncensored

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Get me one and I'll try it, because you say they're good, but I still say it's all about the Macoun.

[#] Thu Nov 09 2006 12:35:12 EST from girthta @ Uncensored

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BAKED STUFFED CHICKEN 6-7 lb. Chicken 1 cup melted butter 1 cup stuffing (Pepperidge Farm is good.) 1 cup uncooked popcorn (ORVILLE REDENBACHER'S LOWFAT) Salt/pepper to taste Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Brush chicken well with melted butter, salt, and pepper. Fill cavity with stuffing and popcorn. Place in baking pan with the neck end toward the back of the oven. Listen for the popping sounds. When the chicken's ass blows the oven door open and the chicken flies across the room, it's done.

[#] Thu Nov 09 2006 12:57:26 EST from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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Oh that's fabulous, Girty!


[#] Thu Nov 09 2006 15:06:50 EST from wabewalker @ Uncensored

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Williams-Sonomo railroad cake pan:  http://tinyurl.com/uut6h

The finished cakes look like this:  http://tinyurl.com/sokzm

 



[#] Thu Nov 09 2006 17:33:30 EST from Peter Pulse @ Uncensored

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Yum, I'm hungry! But I imagine such a cake is left to look pretty while it goes stale.

[#] Thu Nov 09 2006 18:30:02 EST from the8088er @ Uncensored

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Nice recipe girtha... just make sure it's killed with season shot!

[#] Thu Nov 09 2006 22:50:39 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Having spent considerable time around very small train enthusiasts, I can tell you that the train cake *will* get eaten. They have no qualms about digging in. :)

[#] Fri Nov 10 2006 02:22:04 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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IG: so they prefer Z gauge?

yummy 



[#] Sun Oct 29 2006 01:01:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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And yes, it was Matt's post to the Programming room that got me thinking about "pluggable" mail filtering. Maildrop would be pretty cool, but Milter would be downright excellent.

[#] Sat Nov 11 2006 01:28:52 EST from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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Won't eating lots of "train cake" lead to a large caboose?

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