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  1. Hi, NSG and welcome to the family. I'm glad you found us and decided to join in. Let us know if need anything at all. I suggest you come every day to read and post and, before long, you will be quite at home with all of us. You are off to a great start, so keep up the good work and much success.
  2. bumping up for Barb from the Fighters' Thread. Enjoy
  3. Barbara, thanks so much. These look great. I'm especially interested in the meatballs and the Mu Shu. YUM.
  4. Cordy, how are you doing? How is your mom? I hope you can post soon.


    Love, Selma

  5. I had my first weigh-in today...I lost 5.6 lbs. I hope you had a great day today.



  6. Selma,


    I just wanted to say, hi. You have been on my mind all day. I don't know why, even at work. I hope things are o.k. with you.




  7. Selma,


    I hope you have a wonderful visit with your DS tomorrow. I know, you won't have that long to visit. But, I'm glad he is coming to see you and DH. Enjoy!!!




  8. Search for bran bread and you should come up with 2 recipes. I use the 1 pt per slice and the other is 1 pt. per 2 slices. Much better than WW bread. Sorry for posting twice. I didn't think the first one went in.
  9. There are 2 bran bread recipes here. There is a 1 pt. per slice that I have been making for a few years at least. There is also a 1 pt. per 2 slices recipe that I tried but I prefer the first one. Do a search and they should turn up.
  10. Just a hint-----if you don't want to boil the cabbage, just freeze it solid. Defrost when ready to use it and you can proceed with the recipe. The leaves will be easy to roll up.
  11. Barbara, we made the Asian pork and noodle soup again yesterday. It occurs to me that the pork could be left out completely,or tofu could be substituted along with vegetable stock to make this vegetarian. Also chicken could be used rather than pork. We really enjoy this soup. It's a very big serving and very filling with all good things. We break up the spaghetti so it's easier to eat with a spoon. Of course, if you are adept with chopsticks, it doesn't matter. Thanks again for posting all the recipes. There are so many we'd like to try and will soon.
  12. Barbara, thanks for all your hard work. These look great.
  13. We made the Asian pork and noodle soup. It is delicious. Once all the ingredients are prepped it goes together very quickly. I highly recommend you give it a try. Thanks, Barbara.
  14. Thanks, Barbara, for all the recipes. That pork and noodle soup sounds wonderful. We will definitely try that soon.
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