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What is T & T?

Posted by debrak_2008 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 23, 12 at 16:43

So I'm kinda new here and can't figuire out what is T & T?


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RE: What is T & T?

Tried and True


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RE: What is T & T?

Meaning, a recipe which you've tried and it's a true winner, not a recipe you've looked at, never having tried.

:)


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Internet shorthand is like learning another language sometimes!!! :)
Joann


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Huh? I thought it was toast and tequuila.

Jim


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Tried and tossed!


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Tempted and tried!


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This and that.


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debra, do NOT listen to them. Tequila and toast indeed, everyone knows that it has to be Triple Sec and toast. Breakfast requires orange "juice". Yeesh, Jim, I thought you knew that. (grin)

It's nearly Halloween, right now it means Trick or Treat!

Annie


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RE: What is T & T?

and just in case anyone else was afraid to ask--EVOO
Extra Virgin Olive Oil


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Welcome to the forum, Debrak!

Sally


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OH thanks! I wondered about Evoo too!

So whats with the posts like whats for dinner #999?


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Welcome! WFD threads are simply a place to post about what you've been cooking. Pictures are common but definitely optional.

The way I look at it, if you want to showcase something you made and start a discussion, you might want to start a new thread. If you just want to join a conversation about what you've been eating, WFD is a good place to post.

The number is simply a sequence number. This chain of threads has been around a long time now. After 100 posts a new one is started.


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And there's the ever popular T&T T&A. :)


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Tasted & Tossed. Stay away from T&T recipes. ;)


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