labinski

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About labinski

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    Master Chef
  • Birthday 06/22/69

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    Austin, TX
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    Cooking, Fiesta ware and Homer Laughlin china.
  1. I love this Silver Sage Frankoma Sugar and Creamer set! (Sugar - 18A and Creamer 18, circa 1942) Enjoy!
  2. One of my favorite Frankoma pieces - a Mr. and Mrs. set that includes #450 Cigarette Box and #451 Ashtray with the #63 7-inch Pillow Vase. In Desert Gold. Happy #FrankomaFriday! Steve
  3. Happy Spinach Lovers Month! Eat more spinach!
  4. Uncovered this photograph of a Lemongrass place settling today! (Yes we have a page devoted Lemongrass Fiesta)
  5. Behold this lovely set of Frankoma - Guernsey Pitcher with set of four tumblers in Silver Sage. (Guernsey Pitcher #93, Tumblers #90C) Happy #FrankomaFriday!
  6. Submitted for your consideration: Foreground - vintage red, post-86 sunflower yellow Background - medium disk pitchers shamrock, apricot and sea mist
  7. Happy #FrankomaFriday, y'all! Today's post is the Frankoma Boot Wall Vase, Mold 133, Brown Satin. Look at the detail!
  8. Hi Jbacinti: I've made the Butterscotch Pie recipe on Texas Cooking many times. At this part of the recipe it thickens: "Slowly stir half the hot mixture into the well-beaten egg yolks; then, beat the egg mixture back into the remaining hot mixture. Cook for an additional two minutes. " You're making a pudding. Make sure that you have fresh ingredients like eggs and milk. Perhaps with some combination of this you didn't cook it long enough. I'd try it again and see if it comes out better. That's more or less how cooking works for me. The good news is one you have making this filling down, you can also make our Lemon Meringue PIe and Chocolate Meringue Pie recipes! Good luck and let us know how it goes. Steve
  9. For those of you not (yet) subscribed to the Recipe of the Week newsletter, this week's recipe, Salmon Patties. Check out all the great new stuff in this week's Lone Star List! Read this Recipe of the Week
  10. For those of you not (yet) subscribed to the Recipe of the Week newsletter, this week's recipe, Pumpkin Marble Cheesecake, proves that pumpkin is the new black. Check out all the great new stuff in this week's Lone Star List! Read this Recipe of the Week
  11. The Houston Chronicle published a list this week which is the result of a Nielsen survey of the most popular snacks in North America. Spoiler Alert - (or Spoil Your Dinner Alert) - here's the list: Chips Chocolate Cheese Cookies Fresh Fruit Bread or Sandwich Crackers Vegetables Peanut Butter PopcornSo the king of Snack Mountain is chips, under which lives the dragon Chocolate. Check out this TexasCooking article rhapsodizing the benefits of chips and dips.
  12. For those of you not (yet) subscribed to the Recipe of the Week newsletter, this week's recipe is all about making fajitas for a party, get together or as a company dinner. Check out all the great new stuff in this week's Lone Star List! Read this Recipe of the Week
  13. For those of you not (yet) subscribed to the Recipe of the Week newsletter, this week's recipe is how to make banana nut bread. Check out all the great new stuff in this week's Lone Star List! Read this Recipe of the Week Enjoy!
  14. For those of you not (yet) subscribed to the Recipe of the Week newsletter, this week's recipe is how to make chilled Gazpacho soup. Also, check out all the great new stuff in this week's Lone Star List! Read this Recipe of the Week newsletter. Steve
  15. For those of you not (yet) subscribed to the Recipe of the Week newsletter, this week's recipe is how to make chilled Gazpacho soup. Also, check out all the great new stuff in this week's Lone Star List! Read this Recipe of the Week.