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Old 09-25-2011, 19:29   #21
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No Salim, I'm in the US same as you . . . presently in south-central Missouri, but was a young adult in central Nebraska where this thick cream was found. My then in-laws lived in a rural environment called Dale Valley, and my assumption at the time was that the cream came from one of their neighbors who kept dairy cows. These were farming families with few monetary resources, but very rich in the basics like very thick unpasteurized non-homogenized cream!

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Shanny, you can probably find a few sources of raw milk in your area and find your cream there I've been toying with the idea of switching over to raw milk...we just don't use milk that much in general in the first place.

Made egg cups today... chopped up ham and shredded cheese, put it in muffin tins greased with butter, then poured beaten eggs over it, baked... they taste good, but they stuck pretty bad to the pan.

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Mixed up tin of tuna with some mayo, put in lettuce leaves and rolled it up, very much like a thing called "San choy bow" very ummy.

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Lord I hate it when stuff sticks in the muffin tins!

There's a dairy over in Newburg, I think, that sells in this area & as far east as St. Louis . . . Greenwood I think is the name. The prices are way out of our reach, but still - it's a relief to know they're there, in case we win the lottery someday! (don't anyone tell me we'd have to buy a ticket first . . . )

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Shanny, you can probably find a few sources of raw milk in your area and find your cream there I've been toying with the idea of switching over to raw milk...we just don't use milk that much in general in the first place.

Made egg cups today... chopped up ham and shredded cheese, put it in muffin tins greased with butter, then poured beaten eggs over it, baked... they taste good, but they stuck pretty bad to the pan.

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Criminy! Forgot to say I had bacon, eggs & half a GG crispbread for breakfast.

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This morning was two hard boiled eggs left over from salads last night. Not very exciting, but my digestive system is off a bit lately Thought I would take it easy on what I put in it. Actually, not feeling all that great today. Hopefully I'm not catching any viruses or anything. Hoping it's just a fluke and I'll feel better tomorrow. Yes please?

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Hey Shanny, I have to mention we went to Branson, MO for vacation this year (I have a niece that lives there) and we took the scenic railroad through the Ozark Mountains. My Dad's family was born and raised in the Ozarks, and I probably still have family living there, but don't really know where or who they are. My Dad was telling us about his childhood and visiting aunts and uncles and cousins who were down right dirt poor, but said it was the greatest memories he has from his childhood. He said they had so much fun when they went to visit because they had to make fun out of whatever could be found. My Dad did not have that great of an upbringing (he and his brothers spent several years in foster homes, but his Dad would take them on the weekends and of course vacations, when he could). It makes me happy to hear my Dad talk of good times from his past, even those spent in a very rural area with no real fancy stuff at all; just his family and their love. Makes me smile

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It makes me happy to hear my Dad talk of good times from his past, even those spent in a very rural area with no real fancy stuff at all; just his family and their love. Makes me smile
Where we live it's still a lot that way - we live on a dirt road way out in the boondocks & there's definitely no fancy stuff in THIS county! It's the home of Ft. Leonard Wood, but we don't even get to count the wealth of that installation as part of the county.

My everlovin' was brought to this area by his grandfather when he was a child back in the late 30s/early 40s - they stayed with relatives on the banks of the Gasconade River & went fishing every day. When we were married forty-five years after those fishing trips, he went looking to find if that river was a reality or a figment of his imagination. He found the river and he found an old fishing lodge with a for sale sign in the front yard. The rest is history.

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That is such a sweet story! I love it!

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Where we live it's still a lot that way - we live on a dirt road way out in the boondocks & there's definitely no fancy stuff in THIS county! It's the home of Ft. Leonard Wood, but we don't even get to count the wealth of that installation as part of the county.

My everlovin' was brought to this area by his grandfather when he was a child back in the late 30s/early 40s - they stayed with relatives on the banks of the Gasconade River & went fishing every day. When we were married forty-five years after those fishing trips, he went looking to find if that river was a reality or a figment of his imagination. He found the river and he found an old fishing lodge with a for sale sign in the front yard. The rest is history.
Lol..certainly nothing fancy about the ozarks. We'll probably move back some day...although we have talked of staying here cause hubby could easily get hired at Boeing...but the in laws are getting older and will some day need help with the farm

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