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    Pic and Chic

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    Re: Pic and Chic

    Can this PLEASE be broken down as bigger pages for those, like me, who have old eyes and need bigger fonts?
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    Re: Pic and Chic

    This is different and tempting.

    Thank you for enlarging so I could enjoy and plan ahead.
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    Fabulous! I’ll take “D”, all of the above
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    Re: Pic and Chic

    Am I correct . . . “To Go” only?

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    Re: Pic and Chic

    Whatever a "Candied Potato Puck" is, I want one.

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    Re: Pic and Chic

    Looks delightful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosemary View Post
    Whatever a "Candied Potato Puck" is, I want one.
    candied is one possible translation of confit(e)(s), but not in this context. I think we use confit in English in this context too. Maybe slow-roasted sliced potatoes ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cassidain View Post
    candied is one possible translation of confit(e)(s), but not in this context. I think we use confit in English in this context too. Maybe slow-roasted sliced potatoes ?
    Thank you, Cass. That makes sense. Now I want it more.

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    Re: Pic and Chic

    Ever heard of candied yams? Same thing, just a little bit cheaper here in Alabama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alachick View Post
    Ever heard of candied yams? Same thing, just a little bit cheaper here in Alabama.
    Probaly with catfish rather than salmon
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    Quote Originally Posted by JEK View Post
    Probaly with catfish rather than salmon
    Good with salmon too and after cooking in olive oil, pour the salmon infused oil on a fire ant bed to get the critters moving away.

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    Re: Pic and Chic

    Quote Originally Posted by alachick View Post
    Good with salmon too and after cooking in olive oil, pour the salmon infused oil on a fire ant bed to get the critters moving away.
    The more you know....

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