Nope. Doesn't bother me in the least. Doesn't bother me if I start a thread myself, or if someone else starts a thread, and either way, if it goes off topic, I have no issues with that. If the topic is important enough to get back on point, it will find a way to do so. Otherwise, I've read some very interesting posts when the thread goes off-topic, especially concerning recipes!!@shoptastic wrote:
If you are in a thread with an intended topic and the discussion starts to diverge, do you want the thread to get back to the original topic and primarily stick to that? Or, do you prefer to let a more free-flowing and possibly divergent conversation take place that may go on for quite some length and/or be of no relevance to the original topic?
Don't PM me, either. I won't answer. Most of the threads on our forum go off-topic and I think that's what makes it fun. If a moderator moderated all posts that went off-topic, we would have very few threads unmoderated.
GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE YOU DEVILS AND SONS & DAUGHTERS OF SATAN!
***Not a real post.
Whether this is a real post or not you just made it a real post by putting it here. If this is what you think of people here perhaps you should take a break for a while. This is way worse and more offensive than anything anybody else has said! I guess the peace was nice while it lasted.
Ina Garten's Meatloaf
Shoptastic, Your posts are usually so long and verbose, I stay away from reading them!!
Ina Garten's Meatloaf
Chicken stock, huh?? Hmmm....interesting, I never thought of using that. I'll have to try with my next meatloaf. Thanks for sharing!!
PS, have you ever tried adding just about half a teaspoon of molasses to the ketchup before spreading over the top of the loaf?? It's yummy!
PPS...I just copied your recipe onto a Word document so I could save it to my computer. Don't was to lose it!
Kimmie....sounds good, I use ground turkey and will add the broth as it gets dry and an egg isn't enough.
The suggestion came at the right time, cheers!!
Let me get this straight. Many, many veterans are just fine with posts going off topic and one newish member who creates dozens of threads, sometimes about controversial topics or subjects covered ad nauseum, wants everyone to stay on topic? My vote is to let threads turn into what they turn into.
Give me a day. Springform pan is best. Makes a great presentation, too. Deepdish glass pie pan works also. Dozen eggs, big bag of shredded hash browns. That should get you started.
I made the most delicious mushroom pasta using a variety of mushrooms, different textures and a combo of spinach and pasta with fire roasted tomato's and orange peppers. My own creative endeavor and a winner.....
I cooked the pasta in broth and butter and then gained 2 pds.