Joe, first, thanks for the kind welcome to the site last week. Meant to say that sooner and also thanks for the edit tip. I actually had figured out that you could delete a post which was how I was editing, which takes way too long as well so thanks for the suggestion. Also to Barbara, did you know that site, besides recipes, has suggestions for how to get a deer from the field to the table? It also has a recipe for an all purpose tree fertilizer. Frank seems to be a versatile guy[;)] Fred
The URL automatically becomes clickable as soon as you type it in – no need to format it using UBB code 🙂
Great site, thanks for posting it!
Fhoran, we knew what you ment but do you know about the edit pincle box at the top of your post here. It was a long time before I learned about it. You can edit your posts with it.
I did not know about the awards, I just liked the recipes and the way they are presented.
I meant "publications and awards". I am struggling with the English language as I was born in Boston 52 years ago. Fred
Yeah but can you really trust a chef who only has about 250 and publications awards to really know his way around a kitchen? He’s kind of the male Canadian version of Julia Child! Great site Barbara! Fred
Pretty interesting site, I could have used this innumerable times, thanks for the info.
Clicked right to the site for me….
Looks good 2 me. [8D]
Barbara, I have been confused by this too. If you look at it BEFORE you’ve posted it, it won’t be clickable. Once it’s posted, it IS clickable.
Hi when I posted it, it came up clickable. Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn’t. Maybe one day I’ll learn how to make it clickable. Thanks for your help!!!
Wow, I only made it past the B’s in the apatizer index. Great site! Lots of creative ideas. The prep advice is awsome! That Frank is a smart guy. Thanks Barb!
Try "Search indexes"
You won’t believe this site!!!!
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