Actually, Mom used all the measures and recipes but she had 5 daughters to
teach so we 3 boys never got much chance in the kitchen! I learned to enjoy
cooking when I lived on my own for a few years between marriages but I'd be
lost without a recipe and measures.
Carolyn, on the other hand, grew up cooking for harvest crews as her Dad was
a custom harvester. She cooks much as your mother did!
Jim - an unapologetic capitalist
"'Need' now means wanting someone else's money. 'Greed' means wanting to
keep your own. And 'Compassion' is when a politician arranges the transfer."
- Joseph Sobran
On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 1:14 PM, Kathryn Bales <email@example.com> wrote:
> You probably had a mother like mine. A handful of this, two shakes of
> that, and a scoop of something else, and it all turned out good.
> Jim Johnson wrote:
>> I'm also kitchen challenged. I always thought tablespoon was Tbsp. and
>> teaspoon was Tsp.
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