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ndunn wrote:.... I was attending a one room school and we didn't get the most educated teachers. She told my father who was on the school board and I caught he$$ and was made to apologize. The word was a Spanish word and even tho I'm not Spanish and speak very little Spanish I was correct.
thorman52 wrote:I've only been cooking for about 18 months or so. My favorite cooking appliance is my two 12" skillets. I cook my pancakes, eggs, burgers and much more on them. I've got a killer recipe for Amish Hash Browns that I make regularly. Love em. Eat them hot then eat them cold. Got the skillets at garage sales, like most of what I own. I try slow cooking but never seem to get it just right. Some things come out okay but not much.
thorman52 wrote:ndunn asks:
Do you use salt free butter for your hash browns? I also use an ancient black frying pan and if they are cooked just below medium I can turn them all in one piece. If you bought from garage sales chances are your kitchen ware is better than most.
Wow...what a coincidence. I had a neighbor over from across the street asking me how I made my hash browns. I just made my regular hash browns for breakfast and yes, I use un-salted butter. They turned out great. I also rinse my shredded potatoes in a colander under cold water to rid it of most of the starch. I'll gladly PM my recipe for Amish hash brown it you want it. Got neighbors telling me to let them know when I make them. Always need to make extra.
Don't think I've got better than most but I'm really satisfied with what I have.
smokieonefour wrote:I love the Amish cooking & baking recipes too. Have used a bunch, over the years.
Sometimes you'll find a recipe that calls for some "unknown" thing ... or something we "English" can't get a hold of, but by and large, I've found their recipes to be wonderful.
Can I have a copy of the recipe too, please ?
Oh shoot... might as well just post it here... LOL
(( We did have a recipe blog, for awhile, on the old site. ))
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