Cathy Classics by Cathy Guisewite for November 21, 2021

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 11 months ago

    I’m not saying my way is the only way or even the right way, but it is the way, today.

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    Diat60  11 months ago

    So – sugar in pie crust?

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    this is summerdog  11 months ago

    My way or the highway! (I had to say it : )

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    lightenup Premium Member 11 months ago

    We have such positive memories of our mother’s and grandmother’s food, and most of it was delicious because it had sugar, fat and/or salt which we probably wouldn’t add today. My grandparents had high blood pressure and I’m sure the extra salt in my grandmother’s amazing food didn’t help. A couple times a year is fine to indulge in delicious food that makes you happy. So go for it!

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    mistercatworks  11 months ago

    I think I would take a pass on the pie this year. :)

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    rgcviper  11 months ago

    I know what my way is, Anne, but you’re not gonna like it …

    HI, MOM. Happy Sunday, “Cathy” Clan.

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    hendelca Premium Member 11 months ago

    Cathy’s mom is right – the ‘owner’ of the kitchen you are in decides on how things are done in that kitchen. Of course you can always reserve the right to not like it done that way but your only option in that case is to ‘get out of the kitchen’.

    Warm but stormy here – rain, not snow. A good day for catching up on inside tasks. Have a fun Sunday.

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    CoffeeLvr  11 months ago

    This is from 1999, but I immediately assumed the costume turkey beaks were COVID masks!

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    lindz.coop Premium Member 11 months ago

    I agree the kitchen owner decides, but I would never put sugar in pie crust…maybe that is what makes bakery or store bought pies seem too sweet to me.

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