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Tue, 22 Jul 2014 20:14:12 +0000hourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.1By: Melissa
Thu, 29 Apr 2010 20:05:36 +0000http://www.hornes.org/2008/12/nanas-pot-roast/#comment-2042Thanks Tricia. Your comments are so helpful – very detailed! Funny I just saw a segment on wines on TV when I was working out the other day and they mentioned that boxed wines last 3 months. Thanks also for the tip on getting it at Sam’s. You’re the best!
Wed, 28 Apr 2010 19:32:06 +0000http://www.hornes.org/2008/12/nanas-pot-roast/#comment-2041Hey Melissa! Real red wine. We usually keep a box of Black Box Red on hand in the pantry. It’s a cabernet. Sams carries it for a really great price, and it stays fresh the way they package it. Boxed wines have come a LONG way!!
Horseradish refrigerated is near the other cheeses like grated parmesan, feta, and blue usually. In the fridge section also near refrigerated pastas and sauces sold by brands like Bertolli. I know in our Kroger it’s on that back wall of the store to the left of the grated cheese, very near all the Bertolli products. At sprouts it might be in the front section near the fresh mozarella, to the right of the deli OR on that far back left corner section of refrigerated goods. Does that help??
No way on the Dunns…what a small world! I would like to meet them someday! That shower devotional entry has gotten the most encouraging feedback, I am so thankful!
Wed, 28 Apr 2010 19:24:56 +0000http://www.hornes.org/2008/12/nanas-pot-roast/#comment-2040Tricia, do you use real red wine or cooking wine? If real red, could you recommend one? Sprouts has pot roasts on sale this week and I bought one so I’m going to try to make this. And where do I look for that horseradish if it’s refrigerated – by the fish?
Too cool about the previous entry from Aimee. The Dunns are good friends of ours.
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Thu, 11 Dec 2008 13:06:36 +0000http://www.hornes.org/2008/12/nanas-pot-roast/#comment-2039Hi. This comment has nothing to do with the pot roast, and you don’t even know me, but I wanted to share with you how amazing it is that God led me to you this morning! I was searching for ideas for a baby shower devotional online, and my first search result led me to this blog. How surprised I was to see that you attend New St. Peter’s! We are missionaries in Mexico with PCPC, and have many friends from your church (Rhea’s, Biesels, Stockers)!!
Thank you for posting that devo. entry five years ago…I want to meditate on those verses and think about what the Lord would have me say to my new friend Emma at her baby shower this Saturday here in Monterrey.
Isn’t God amazing???
Wed, 10 Dec 2008 14:26:02 +0000http://www.hornes.org/2008/12/nanas-pot-roast/#comment-2038Thanks, Nana for the affirmation.
Pete, I always learn something from you.
Missy, totally! And I mean it: next time, DOUBLE the horseradish!
Leslie, I’m so glad you liked it – saw your note on your blog! Thanks!
Wed, 10 Dec 2008 03:54:36 +0000http://www.hornes.org/2008/12/nanas-pot-roast/#comment-2037Hi Tricia, I wanted to tell you we had this for dinner last night (and the boys had it again tonight) and it was very good! I got lots of compliments from my family on the yummy dinner.
I hope your back is feeling better.
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Tue, 09 Dec 2008 02:07:57 +0000http://www.hornes.org/2008/12/nanas-pot-roast/#comment-2036Mmmmmm….I bet the horseradish makes it…
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Mon, 08 Dec 2008 22:25:10 +0000http://www.hornes.org/2008/12/nanas-pot-roast/#comment-2035That does sound good. I wasn’t familiar with Kitchen Bouquet, so I did a quick search and found an article that described it as a “browning agent”, along with this informative tidbit:
Kitchen Bouquet is made by the Clorox company in Oakland, California.
So whether you’re trying to add brown or remove it, they’ve got you covered!