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    Pancakes for dinner
    I missed dinner tonight working on a project at the office. My wife told me she made a special recipe of low carb pancakes the kids loved: http://creativekitchenadventures.com...b-alternative/

    I told her to bring some over for me, to dress in a tong and I would supply dessert. She sent me this picture: File:Kitchen-tongs.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Damn, back to work!

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    Well there's your problem, Chuck. It's "THONG," not "TONG."

    Easy mistake.

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    I thought it was G-String....

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    Darn spell checker!

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    And to think you missed out by one darn letter

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    ah hum....well, on another note, Chuck, I've been making biscuits, and pizza crust and pancakes out of Carbquick, only 5 carbs and really good. Even cookies and cakes (with splenda). Its the low carb version of bisquick.
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    Cheryl has been experimenting with other flours. She is gluten intolerant but generally stays away from breads, biscuits, etc. The kids asked for pancakes for dinner last night so she spun a new recipe on them. I'll pass on your recommendation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshiner View Post
    ah hum....well, on another note, Chuck, I've been making biscuits, and pizza crust and pancakes out of Carbquick, only 5 carbs and really good. Even cookies and cakes (with splenda). Its the low carb version of bisquick.
    Thanks for that tip. My wife and I have been zealously counting carbs now for the last year since she was diagnosed with diabetes. (Fortunately, she's able to control it by diet and exercise and hasn't -- yet! -- needed medication.)

    One of the weekly "treats" we have is a Sunday breakfast/brunch that incorporates homemade biscuits. Carbquick might need a close look.

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    Bob's Red Mill has a few great gluten-free flour choices, Chuck. Not sure if your wife has tried theirs yet.
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    I've tried all the Red Mill products also. Carbquick is much better.

    We've been on the 17 day diet, which is low carb, and netrition dot com is my new best friend. We have low carb spaghetti from there, crackers, you name it. They have an entire gluten free section also.

    I also have a fantastic recipe for peanut butter cookies that have no flour and you can't even tell. If anyone wants some of my low carb recipes, PM or email me and I'll send them to you.
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