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Posts posted by SueSueApplegate

  1. Thought you might like this recipe:


    Cheese Crackers


    2 sticks of softened butter

    2 cups Rice Krispies

    1/2 cup flour

    8 ounces of grated sharp cheese

    2-3 ounces of grated cheddar

    1- 1 & 1/2 teaspoons cayenne ( if you like them spicy,

    otherwise leave it out.)


    Manually blend all of these ingredients together.

    Roll into 1-inch balls.

    Squash down with a fork.

    Bake at 375 for about 8-10 minutes.



    I've lost the original recipe, but I always

    make a test sample. If it's too runny,

    add a little more flour. If it's too dry

    add a little more cheddar cheese.



    Rice Krispies need to be fairly fresh. It's harder

    to alter the batter once they have been added.


    The kids love these, not to mention me!

  2. African Queen (He couldn't have done it alone and without inspiration.)

    Torch Singer (A girl can make a mistake and still survive.)

    It Happened One Night (A girl doesn't have to marry the wrong man.)

    Night of the Hunter (Lillian Gish knew how to protect and care for a houseful of children and wasn't afraid to.)

  3. I enjoyed that immensely. I think the paperback is coming out sometime this


    It was a fascinating read. There were several times I just laughed out loud.

    The funniest moment in the text for me was when Robert Mitchum

    saw her coming and ran the other way!!!!

    Amazing life she had. Server made the "cat" reference several times

    throughout the book, and she did seem to have nine lives.

    A survivor.

    Hysterical moments, sad moments, but Server seems such a great researcher.

    I also enjoyed Burgess Meredith's little autobiography.

    I read the Ossie Davie/Ruby Dee book, and found much to love there,

    but not many folks down here to discuss it with.


    Right now I'm plowing through Marion Meade's Bobbed Hair and Bathtub Gin.

    How about you?

  4. "You baked bread this morning, and you washed your hair...

    I could find you in the dark..."

    John Wayne in Hondo


    (Not necessarily that I would want the Duke to find me, but it's

    a sexy, come-hither line that I haven't ever heard repeated cinematically

    in a western since.)

  5. Possible show biz temp hosts who might could handle a segment on their own:


    Carrie Fisher

    Jane Fonda

    Liz Smith

    Janet Maslin

    Meryl Streep

    Molly Haskell

    Cartwright Sisters (Both or pick one.)

    Cinemascope herself

    Sherri Lansing

    Allyn Anne McClerie

    Marion Meade


    Any other suggestions from ladies of TCM boards?

    All we want is a chance to step out from the Chinese screen and

    touch the glass ceiling.

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