My name is Adrienne and I am a single mom of a 2 year old boy. My son
will eat chicken really well, but I'm trying to get him to eat other
meats as well. Looking forward to some great recipes!
> Welcome to Meat-Lovers!
> If you love to cook and eat meat dishes, you've come
> to the right list!
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> meat: beef/veal, poultry,
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> and tricks for preparing
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> you altered anything, etc.
> It's always nice to hear about list recipes actually
> used by list members!
> This group is meant to be FUN...so I am not too
> uptight if recipes are sent that
> do not exactly fall into the criteria of the list.
> If anything is ever really
> out of line...I will say something on list or
> privately. I don't really expect
> this to be a problem. I've run cooking lists for a
> little while now, and it
> really hasn't been an issue.
> Some off-topic chat is fine, but let's stay primarily
> focussed on sharing meat
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> SOME GENERAL RECIPE LIST RULES
> Please list the source of any recipes you post, if
> known. If you don't recall
> the source, go ahead and send it in *Source unknown*.
> I'd rather have the
> recipe, even if you can't remember the source.
> Recipes can be posted in any format--plain text,
> MasterCook, Meal Master, etc.
> (Just be sure to use single columns for your
> ingredients--double columns can
> really wreak havoc with some mail readers!)
> Personally I prefer Mastercook
> format, if you have Mastercook (it's wonderful recipe
> software; go to
> http://www.sierra.com to download a demo version),
> but it is in NO WAY required.
> Just get those yummy recipes to us any way you can!
> I prefer that you post one recipe per message, with
> the title of the recipe as
> the message subject.
> Please try to post on a regular basis. I don't EVER
> unsubscribe people for
> lurking...but the list will be more fun for all if we
> all share!
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> *Write me for more
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> I am a ListMom to other lists, and I have a few pet
> peeves that are my own.
> First, if someone posts something you don't like,
> don't post to them about it on
> list or in private. Learn to use your delete key!
> If someone is really out of
> line, I will say something publicly or
> privately....no need for you (as a list
> member) to do anything. Second, I will sometimes
> make administrative decisions
> regarding topicality or some such. If you disagree
> with me, talk to me about it
> privately and NOT on the list. Third, since I am the
> ListMom, only I will
> determine how recipes are posted, topicality, etc.
> Please don't send *listcop*
> posts to the list, where you tell other list members
> what to or not to post on
> the list or how to post recipes, etc. I am pretty
> liberal about what I allow on
> list...you need to be charitable/friendly too! Write
> to me privately with any
> Most of all, have fun!
> So pull up a chair...the soup's on the stove...and
> the roast is in the
> Happy Cooking,
> Meat-Lovers ListMom
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