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Volume I
April 16, 2002

Notes from Folks

  • Mimi Pohm writes: "Don't pay her no mind!" Penny Harrington's response was way out of line. Sometimes we are acting on our own frame of reference rather than to the actual stimulus. Too bad she was/is having such a tough time. I am a stay at home mom who loves oven meals and crockpot dishes. Everyday I thank Heavenly Father that we can afford for me to be at home with my family--which now includes a delightful 6 month old grand daughter who keeps me company while her momma works at the nearby university. Keep up your wonderful work! --Mimi Pohm

  • Just wanted to drop you a note and let you know how much we enjoyed the last newsletter's "Jest for Fun", especially the Disorder in the Court and Why Athletes Shouldn't Be Role Models. It was a wonderful way to start our day. We also don't think Dan is a chauvinist pig, never entered our minds! I love my Cook'n with Taste of Home and will try to get out and write a great review. -Sue Johnson

  • Q: Home Cook'n Reader, Tom R., asks, "It appears that the Daikon radish has 2/3 the calories of carrots, is that an adequate substitute for carrots?"

    A: Are you substituting them in a recipe or in your diet? I think variety is the key to good nutrition, so eating both the Daikon radish and the carrots would be my best answer. The vitamins/minerals and other substances in vegetables far outweigh the significance of calories. If substituting in a recipe, the calorie content wouldn't matter as much as the cooking/flavor properties.--Desiri Wightman, RD, CD

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    Quick Potato Peel Clean-Up
    "Skinning" Pearl Onions
    Is Your Baking Powder Fresh?

    --TABLE TALK--
    Beyond Maple Syrup
    Out the Door and On the Road

    --JEST FOR FUN--
    Confessions of a Peanut Butter Addict
    First Grader Proverbs
    Customer Service Department
    Airline Comments

    Let's Go Make a Kite!

    --COOK'N TIP--
    Importing Emailed Recipes into Cook'n

    "Don't pay her no mind!"

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