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Hey abise. Did you have someone to eat thanksgiving dinner with? I mean do you have any family in the United States?

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All my direct families are in Japan :confused:

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We skipped family Thanksgiving because we’re still upset at my FIL, but we went over to a friend’s house.

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My cheese pretzel looks like atherosclerosis lol bad times

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Thanks @Italy2010 and @abise! :dizzy:

Hope y’all had a nice Thanksgiving :slightly_smiling_face:

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What’s a cheese pretzel?

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Just a pretzel. Covered in crazy amounts of cheese. In this store anyway.

It’s called wenzels the store, they do some of my favourite food of recent days

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Sorry, @ExploringWalker , didn’t see your question.

I used to use a rice cooker, but it died. So now I just cook it on the stove top. My husband has recently liked to get boil in bag rice, but for big batches O just cook in a pot.

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I would like one of those pretzels please :slightly_smiling_face:

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I tried to make my mom’s salsa Verde enchiladas. Not sure if I had the recipe right.

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Haha yea when it was warm it was ‘decent’, :slight_smile:

Hope you’re doing well :slight_smile:

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I’m doing just fine thank you! I hope you are doing okay too

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Good to hear that.

I’m doing alright aswell.

Got 2 rest days so today is my chill out day

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Maybe prepare yourself some hearty meal for the cold weather say?

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Sounds good thankyou Abise!

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Y’all have got to try this pinto beans recipe @Mae pinto beans are a traditional meal cooked in the Appalachian and southern United States

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@LunaNoir im getting ready in a while to make my curried cauliflower. I’ll send you some :wink:

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Parboiled rice is incredibly easy to cook, even I get it right, but of course if you’re cooking just for yourself using rice bags make sense.

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I’ve just been using them because of the ease of use. I can make 1 serving without any real clean up.

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I usually put a pinch of salt and about a tbsp of oil in my simmering rice. Man it adds so much flavor. I know you know how to cook. When I cook I put in two cups water for one cup dried rice and simmer it for 20 minutes.

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