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  1. What temperature do you set the oven for to bake? Thanks!

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    1. I believe I already updated the temperature if you are referring to the baked pretzel twist? I know I have had a long month (lol) but I think I double checked everything. Please let me know which recipe you are referring too? Thank You

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  2. Hello there,

    I'm so sorry about some wrongly pinned recipes and I've made them accidentally. Just let u know.

    Thanks,
    Abbey

    http://pinterest.com/abbeykoph

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  3. Dear Creole Contessa, thank you so much for the shout out. Much appreciated by all of us at Louisiana Kitchen & Culture. I handle the tech stuff and subs over here for Susan. A note for your readers we have a special subscription for those who aren't sure yet about magazine - $10.00 gets next 3 issues as trial. If you have ideas of where we can help one another promote and celebrate all the "good stuff" in Louisiana e.g web promotions, newsletters recipes, social media sharing etc I would welcome that. The special trial is available here http://louisiana.kitchenandculture.com/trial-subscription

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    1. Hello, Email me so we can discuss... creolecontessa@hotmail.com

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  4. Hi--

    I subscribe to about a hundred foodie blogs...I am kind of a nut that way. I also never follow a recipe unless (1)I have never made anything similar, and (2)the recipe involves baking. I kind of sort of mix several ideas together in my head. I know a fair amount about food, so things usually turn out pretty well. I just have one suggestion for you--when I go to save your recipes, the title of your blog appears at the beginning of the name of the recipe. I have no idea what type of software you use, but a lot of blogs out there attach the blog title at the end. I copy/paste your blog title to the end of the recipe title (I like to know where things came from) but it would be a whole lot more convenient if it naturally appeared that way. Can you alter the settings somehow where your blog title appears at the end of the recipe title? Otherwise, I guarantee you, there are hundreds, if not thousands of people, who erase your blog title from the beginning of their recipe collections. It is not practical otherwise. I don't want to dig through a hundred blog titles to find a single recipe for tomato soup. Do you understand what I am saying? Thanks a million for your blog...I just found it, and am enjoying it immensely!

    tripp

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    1. I am not sure what you mean? Are you talking about google when you search for my recipe? Because I have a print recipe button on bottom and you can print them regular or pdf with or without pictures. How do you save my recipes? I never knew there was a save button. I only thought they could be printed. To be honest I have no clue what you even mean by blog title, lol....I am not a web designer all I do is cook and eat of course...I will ask my blog designer if she understands because I have not a clue...lol

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    2. If you right-click on most web pages, you have the option of saving them as bookmarks (or favorites, depending on which browser you use). I would hate to print up all my saved recipes, since that would involve printing up almost five thousand of them...not a very "green" option. Please let me know what you find out from your blog designer. Thanks!

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  5. Adelina AvramescuMay 23, 2013 at 1:17 PM

    Hi ! I`ve been removed from your board food-e-licious , but i don`t know why.. Can you please add me back ? http://pinterest.com/ademissy/

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  6. Great recipe for bacon, tomato, cheese tarts...can I use a sheet of puff pastry instead of making the tart dough from scratch???

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    1. Yes, puff pastry would be a great substitute. I suggest using butter on the bottom of the puff pastry before placing the cheese and tomatoes. Also filo dough would work as well. I would butter the layers after cutting it into circles.

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  7. Hi. I would like to join your board Food-e-licious. Can you invite me?
    http://pinterest.com/adidasicool/

    Thanks

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  8. I just stumbled onto your blog - OMG!! I am soo hungry now. What do you do to prepare the taco shells for the Roasted Chicken Taco recipe? The shells look amazing and I don't want to skip a step, any feedback would be appreciated! Thank You for this awesome blog.

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    1. Thank You, I just cook them in oil over medium heat, fry on one side about 1 minute, flip over, fold in half, fry each side until nice and crispy, drain on paper napkins....

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    2. At the risk of sounding like I've never cooked before...in this specific recipe are they flour or corn tortillas? TIA

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    3. No problem...LOL..I used corn for this recipe but you can use flour if you like. Just be careful with flour because they retain a lot of grease and can drip on you when draining them...I know this because I have the marks to prove it...LOL..

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  9. Hello Lisa,
    My name is Julia and I am a blogger for http://vikalinka.com/. I've been following you for a while and would love to be able to contribute to your fabulous Pinterest board Food-e-licious. My pinterest profile is http://www.pinterest.com/juliavfrey/boards/. Thank you so much for your consideration. :-)

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  10. Hi, Lisa,

    I hope it's OK to contact you via your blog to ask to be added as a pinner to your Food-e-licious board. I'm Liz from That Skinny Chick Can Bake (http://thatskinnychickcanbake) and my Pinterest link is http://www.pinterest.com/lizzydo/ Thanks for considering me and enjoy your evening :)

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