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Apr 26, 2018 17:48:48   #
SQM wrote:
How did you guess Aunty M?


It was a no-brainer. Anyone that would back up Amy's lies cannot be trusted. I would definitely NOT have any personal conversations with Aunty M.
 
Apr 26, 2018 11:44:05   #
SQM wrote:
I wrote this in the Loft but I would like to repeat myself here. A supporter of Amy wrote me that Amy's feelings are very hurt by all these attacks. That is why she is upping the game with personal information. This is her way of getting the insults to stop. Clearly she cannot retreat on her own since she sees herself as playing defensive. Any suggestions?


That's just an excuse for her disgusting behavior, and there is no excuse for that. If her feelings are hurt, then she needs to take the hint. Leave. She's already been booted from here and Ravelry! so she is not welcome to participate in either forum. She has made many enemies here in a very sort period of time. Leaving would be what any sane person would do, but she is neither sane, NOR IS SHE AMY, as she has SCREAMED at us many many many many times.

It appears her supporter has outed her. Not that anyone needed the confirmation.
Apr 26, 2018 08:42:01   #
Glengoyle wrote:
http://www.knittingparadise.com/t-540204-1.html#12338793

Major meltdown.


Sounds like one of the same meltdowns she had as AK.
Apr 25, 2018 21:06:26   #
Katsch wrote:
The laguna was safe but the problem was the violent protests in and around the area. We just arrived home yesterday after cutting our trip short. We were not able to shop in the city areas for interior items for the house so we decided to go home. Reports from our manager in Nicaragua is that things have quieted down.


Good to hear. Sorry your trip got cut short but glad you're back, and YAY on the new grandson! That's awesome.
Apr 25, 2018 10:32:36   #
Granny41 wrote:
Perhaps it would be appropriate for you to pose many of these questions to your BFF Glengirl.


I'm pretty sure that was Amy using Fishy's account again.
Apr 24, 2018 20:40:26   #
ouijian wrote:
I was kind of surprised when KK flung the f word.


Me too but she stood behind it. Totally unnecessary.
 
Apr 24, 2018 20:29:24   #
cindye6556 wrote:
It sure does. Mine was in the brine at 7 this morning, out at noon and then into the buttermilk and egg wash to soak. Then floured, back in milk and egg, floured again, and then in fridge till I knew kid was on his way. And bless his heart, he called and said hold the frying, I'm bringing fresh corn. A friend has a greenhouse, and gave him 6 ears so we had fresh cream corn as well.


The brine is important. And fresh corn!
Apr 24, 2018 20:28:07   #
Knitting in the Rockys wrote:
Mine either. Growing up in an Italian household meant, chicken Parmesan, chicken piccata, chicken alfredo, chicken scallopini, et al. I don't think my mother could have fried chicken if her life depended up on it...I know that I sure can't.


Chicken cacciatore was a staple growing up. I hated it. My mom did some things really good. I still can't copy her lasagna, manicotti, or eggplant parm. Those recipes are in her head and she ain't giving them up!
Apr 24, 2018 20:24:14   #
cindye6556 wrote:
I used ~ 3 cups of oil, which will be filtered, and saved for the next batch. I bought bone in chicken breasts, removed most of the meat, and made my own filets. The bones into the freezer to be used for stock for the pot of chicken and dumplings next week.


A quick look and I thought that was bone-in chicken. I should have remembered you use the breast meat, no bones.

Eta: CRS!
Apr 24, 2018 19:36:46   #
taznwinston wrote:
Your wish is my command! 😘😉


Thank you! Let her make her own thread to whine. Her feelings were hurt because I said she believed she lived in a castle? What a snowflake.
Apr 24, 2018 19:00:06   #
ouijian wrote:
My mammy's fried chicken was the stuff of legend. There are only two places I've had it as good. Slogar's in Crested Butte, Colorado, which was just like hers, down to the spices and thin crispy crust, and from a booth at the New Orleans Jazz Fest. The booth food gets rated in the newspaper there, and this particular booth had a pretty high rating, but wow, was I ever surprised. You just don't think food from a truck at a festival would be that good.


My mom never fried anything at home. It was messy, expensive (lots of oil), and there was too many to feed. If we wanted fried chicken, it came from Colonel Sanders. I've done it but I used chicken tenders instead of bone-in chicken. It was pretty good if I do say so myself!
 
Apr 24, 2018 18:52:44   #
taznwinston, if you're not going to block Amy, I'm outta here. Then I have to put you on ignore too so I remember not to get mixed up in a thread where she's allowed to post. Just sayin' ...
Apr 24, 2018 18:19:05   #
taznwinston wrote:
Ok so I'™ll admit that I'™m not the brightest bulb 💡 in the box, but... I googled the above address and it looks NOTHING like the avatar. If a person wants to put a picture of their home as their avatar, why would they use a totally different picture in place of their own? Unless they were ashamed of their actual home.

Can anyone help me figure out this conundrum?



I don't think she's ashamed of her home, she just wants to believe she lives in a castle. All part of the fantasy. Why, she probably believes this is her gusband and she just had a baby.


Apr 24, 2018 18:11:10   #
cindye6556 wrote:
Fried chicken anyone?


Delish! Just like my mom never made. Lol.
Apr 24, 2018 13:58:22   #
I just found a picture of Amy's house on the internet ... look familiar?


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