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So exciting! You can always show us when we have a safe pic
Thread hahaha what kind of dress are you looking for? Something big and puffy princes like or modern sleek tightly wrapped one? :D
I'm going for more soft and romantic. The wedding is going to be rustic, the venue I love is a big barn and there's a horse on property and I could arrive in a horse drawn carriage if I want.
 

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I'm going for more soft and romantic. The wedding is going to be rustic, the venue I love is a big barn and there's a horse on property and I could arrive in a horse drawn carriage if I want.
Omg! Sounds amazing!
 

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I miss all of you - I've barely had time to be online :(

And I wanted to get into the new debate board but I haven't had time for that either!!
 

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Hubby bought a deep fryer and apparently my concentration today is utterly destroyed. Stupid underlying FFA hormones!
 
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When our gas fireplace is on, our cat gets predictably in lust with the heat. When it isn’t on, sometimes she’ll walk up to it and stare at it in a way that has us convinced that she is remembering how much she loves when it is in use, enjoying the memory of the last time and anticipating the next one.

IC that I’m totally imagining you looking at the deep fryer this way.
 

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Hubby bought a deep fryer and apparently my concentration today is utterly destroyed. Stupid underlying FFA hormones!
Do you guys like deep fried Mars bars? I used to make those all the time, before my fryer died. *remembers fondly*
 

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The only thing my wife has used her deep fryer for is 'rice balls' (basically take a piece of mozzarella cheese, wrap it in a couple of centimeters of risotto, coat that in panko bread crumbs, then deep fry the whole thing). They are the most amazing, hearty, addictive, 'snack' food imaginable. Making the risotto and rolling everything is still pretty time consuming, but being able to cook them up four at a time in the deep fryer makes the whole process somewhat more reasonable and safer.

Some day we'll make something else with it, really we will :p
 

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The only thing my wife has used her deep fryer for is 'rice balls' (basically take a piece of mozzarella cheese, wrap it in a couple of centimeters of risotto, coat that in panko bread crumbs, then deep fry the whole thing). They are the most amazing, hearty, addictive, 'snack' food imaginable. Making the risotto and rolling everything is still pretty time consuming, but being able to cook them up four at a time in the deep fryer makes the whole process somewhat more reasonable and safer.

Some day we'll make something else with it, really we will :p


That explains a lot *poke*
 

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The only thing my wife has used her deep fryer for is 'rice balls' (basically take a piece of mozzarella cheese, wrap it in a couple of centimeters of risotto, coat that in panko bread crumbs, then deep fry the whole thing). They are the most amazing, hearty, addictive, 'snack' food imaginable. Making the risotto and rolling everything is still pretty time consuming, but being able to cook them up four at a time in the deep fryer makes the whole process somewhat more reasonable and safer.

Some day we'll make something else with it, really we will :p
Those risotto/mozzarella balls are indeed great - they're called "Suppli"(alla romana) in Rome or "arancini siciliani" (in Sicily) and are favorite starters there.
One of the few dishes I will go off my "no deep fried food"-rule for.

I simply can't stomach it well, sweet deep fried is worse than salty - way back since I was a kid. Adults always wondered why I said "no thank you" to donuts.
 

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Those risotto/mozzarella balls are indeed great - they're called "Suppli"(alla romana) in Rome or "arancini siciliani" (in Sicily) and are favorite starters there.
One of the few dishes I will go off my "no deep fried food"-rule for.

I simply can't stomach it well, sweet deep fried is worse than salty - way back since I was a kid. Adults always wondered why I said "no thank you" to donuts.


Who says no thank you to donuts? Wow!
 

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The only thing my wife has used her deep fryer for is 'rice balls' (basically take a piece of mozzarella cheese, wrap it in a couple of centimeters of risotto, coat that in panko bread crumbs, then deep fry the whole thing). They are the most amazing, hearty, addictive, 'snack' food imaginable. Making the risotto and rolling everything is still pretty time consuming, but being able to cook them up four at a time in the deep fryer makes the whole process somewhat more reasonable and safer.

Some day we'll make something else with it, really we will :p
Yes, arancini is what I know them as. The ones I get have peas and a little meat in tomato sauce with the mozzarella in the middle. Those are the large ones the size of, like, a fist. Delicious..
 

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Yes, soo good. I had it at a restaurant once and fully plan to recreate the experience at home.

Those sound delicious, Tad!!

I want to try different cultures deep fried food, as well as stuff I've seen on food shows like Jonnycakes
 
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