Comments for The Domestic Front http://www.thedomesticfront.com Sat, 04 Oct 2014 16:32:58 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on S’Mores Krispie Treats: the Bake Sale Sweet Spot by Kate TDFhttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/smores-krispie-treats-the-bake-sale-sweet-spot/#comment-3892 Sat, 04 Oct 2014 16:32:58 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=2960#comment-3892 Louise, I use the 16 oz. I’ll modify the recipe! Thanks, Kate

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Comment on S’Mores Krispie Treats: the Bake Sale Sweet Spot by Louise Nolanhttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/smores-krispie-treats-the-bake-sale-sweet-spot/#comment-3863 Fri, 03 Oct 2014 19:02:30 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=2960#comment-3863 Which size bag of mini marshmallows do you use? 10 ounce or 16 ounce

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Comment on Choosing a Blog Host and Platform – How to Start a Blog in 5 Steps Pt. 2 by casacaudillhttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/choosing-a-blog-host-and-platform/#comment-3584 Thu, 25 Sep 2014 20:27:02 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=5106#comment-3584 I don’t have Askiment installed as it kept messing up the template I bought. So frustrating because the other spam filter I’m using just isn’t cutting it. I’m tempted to turn on the captcha, but I hate them myself.

The worst I’m getting right now is for knock-off handbags, and everyday I get 3-4 spam comments from a company wanting me to use them for SEO. Annoying me isn’t really the way to go about gaining my business.

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Comment on Choosing a Blog Host and Platform – How to Start a Blog in 5 Steps Pt. 2 by Kate TDFhttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/choosing-a-blog-host-and-platform/#comment-3497 Wed, 24 Sep 2014 17:01:18 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=5106#comment-3497 Casacaudill – I think spam is a fact of life, unfortunately. Do you have the Akismet Plugin? I find that it’s pretty good, and spammy comments don’t get through. Spammers are getting smarter though, with the fake complimentary comments and crappy URLs. Sometimes I consider letting the comments through and stripping out the Urls. HAHAHAHAHA.

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Comment on Choosing a Blog Host and Platform – How to Start a Blog in 5 Steps Pt. 2 by casacaudillhttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/choosing-a-blog-host-and-platform/#comment-3459 Wed, 24 Sep 2014 06:19:57 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=5106#comment-3459 I’ve been on the three (four if you count Live Journal) major platforms: Typepad, Blogger, and now WordPress. I probably would have stayed on Blogger but when Google+ was getting a big push from the company, all Google profiles were linked and they did something wonky with the commenting feature. After getting frustrated by people repeatedly telling me that they couldn’t comment on my blog because they didn’t have a Google+ account, I switched to WordPress. So far I am generally happy with it (I do self-hosted via Bluehost), but I do feel like I’m getting a lot more spam these days.

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Comment on From My Garden: Pineapple Guavas by Lorrainehttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/from-my-garden-pineapple-guavas/#comment-3309 Mon, 22 Sep 2014 21:12:55 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=1251#comment-3309 I have one pineapple quava that is covered with fruit in West Covina. If the jelly is turning red I believe you have a strawberry quava. They are wonderful with thin skin and deep ruby color. I made quava jam many years ago and it was a welcome gift to my friends.

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Comment on Savour Fare is now The Domestic Front! by Erinhttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/savour-fare-now-domestic-front/#comment-3101 Thu, 18 Sep 2014 18:33:38 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=5012#comment-3101 What a great change! I love the new name. I hope this gives you a little more freedom to write about a variety of topics.

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Comment on Forgotten Pleasures — Nesselrode Pie by Bobbihttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/forgotten-pleasures-nesselrode-pie/#comment-960 Wed, 03 Sep 2014 00:18:57 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=719#comment-960 I was actually looking for a Nesslerode Pie recipe when I found this one. I made one once when I was a young married woman in the late 60’s. Found my reicipe in a womans magazine at the time and can’t remember which one. What I do remember is that the recipe was very labor intensive, but turned out sooo delicious. I remember shaving the chocolate curls for the top, but not sure about the crust, though pretty sure it was chocolate. It was amazing but I never made it again. Just had a longing to find it and try it again and I appreciate all your research,effort, and enthusiasm. It looks wonderful and I hope to make on these next holidays.

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Comment on Roasted Rhubarb Clafoutis by sharonhttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/roasted-rhubarb-clafoutis/#comment-2504 Fri, 15 Aug 2014 19:22:01 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=2568#comment-2504 This is simply a delicious recipe! I threw a handful of left- over blueberries into the roasting pan with the rhubarb, and proceded as the recipe indicated, and Voila, Clafoutis:) As wonderful as it tasted “warm,” after having been refrigerated it was lovely for Breakfast, warmed just a bit in the microwave.

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Comment on Crockpot Carolina Barbecue Pulled Pork Recipe by Josephhttp://www.thedomesticfront.com/carolina-barbecue-pulled-pork/#comment-198 Wed, 13 Aug 2014 00:06:16 +0000 http://www.thedomesticfront.com/?p=153#comment-198 I was at my local supermarket recently and saw that I could buy Tyson-brand chicken or pork that’s already been cooked and shredded in the freezer section. I might try to adapt this recipe to use that. Yes I’m that lazy of a cook LOL!

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