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JustineCaseyFeldown said: Meant to add that we totally forgot to make a fruitcake. But what do you know. one showed up anyway! No one really likes 'em. But it wouldn't be the same without one.  This one seems little nuttier than I remember.  not sure why fruitcakes like these have such a reputation. They're pretty average when you get down to it. Maybe it is the fancy trappings they are surrounded by that make them seem somewhat appealing. But then you realize they don't really bring anything to the party.  They're usually soaked in alcohol too. and so they spend the holiday forgotten and alone. All dressed up with nowhere to go as they say  Poor fruitcakes. Not their fault.

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    WHO DAT!!!  From another SAINTS fan!!! 
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    Is this like a new thread?  Can I post OT here? And politics without recourse?
    January 12
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      Your mom keeps posting here. I tell her to be more discreet and keep deleting them. I hope you'll be better than your mom. We can get generationally better, damnit!
  • WeberWho
    I'm interested in trying to make Pho. I remember seeing a post from you putting it together not too long ago. Would you be willing to share a recipe or a direction to get started? Hopefully will be visiting an Asian market in the next day or two. Just seeing if you could point me in the right direction. Thanks Nola, V
    January 11
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      Sure, this is a really good recipe. Be sure to read some of the links on tricks and history.

      https://www.vietworldkitchen.com/blog/2008/10/pho-beef-noodle-soup.html

      You want leg/hip bones sawed into maybe 4 oz plus or minus sections. Pay attention to the initial treatment....you put them in a pot, add cold water, bring them to a boil then dump that water, scrub the pot and bones to get rid of the nasty scum. Then the bones and pot are ready for the actual broth.
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