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LadyCW

aka Kim Brown

  • I live in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • I was born on March 27
  • I am Female
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  • Hi LadyCW,

    I thought it would be better to continue the kitchen talk here ;-))

    Wich Wintereintopf do you want to cook?

    Greetz bheadr

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    • XDDD jepp, Kohlrabi can get 'woody' ^^ When they are too old that is. you have to peel a lot, if it's woody. But if you use a mixer it shouldn't be a problem at all. And I never ever had a bitter one in my life. And I strongly dislike bitter. I'm not even drinking coffee or beer because of that.

      Oh you're canadian? Love that country. Visited in 2000 BC from Vancouver to Victoria Island, Banff, Jasper, Butchard Gardens and even (I hope I get it right) the Ice fields at Sasketchuan(?). Was a great trip and I have wonderfull memories of that journey. Stayed some days at the 108 mile ranch. I'll never forget that horsebackriding, in full canter through the woods... XDDD

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    • Bheadr27 wrote:
      XDDD jepp, Kohlrabi can get 'woody' ^^ When they are too old that is. you have to peel a lot, if it's woody. But if you use a mixer it shouldn't be a problem at all. And I never ever had a bitter one in my life. And I strongly dislike bitter. I'm not even drinking coffee or beer because of that.

      Oh you're canadian? Love that country. Visited in 2000 BC from Vancouver to Victoria Island, Banff, Jasper, Butchard Gardens and even (I hope I get it right) the Ice fields at Sasketchuan(?). Was a great trip and I have wonderfull memories of that journey. Stayed some days at the 108 mile ranch. I'll never forget that horsebackriding, in full canter through the woods... XDDD

      Yes, I am a Canadian, first generation, with the mixed heritage of 1/4 German, 1/4 Swiss, 1/4 British and 1/4 Welsh. My mother was 1/2 German and 1/2 Swiss and my father is 1/2 English and 1/2 Welsh. But then most Canadians are of mixed heritage and tend to hold on to our cultural heritage longer, then, I believe, in the US.

      No, you didn't spell Saskatchewan right, but it is a hard word to spell and for some to say. I was born in Saskatoon Saskatchewan a long time ago. March 27, 1963,

      As to why I am 1/4 British, is that, I believe, is that to be English one has to be born in England, like my father was.

      Probably that is why I like to cook and eat a fair amount of food.

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  • Hi, welcome to the Grimm Wiki! You are receiving this automated message because you made your first edit or comment. Thanks for your edit to the Cinderella page!

    Please leave me a message if I can help with anything; you may also want to visit the forums.

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    • You are welcome, as to how I knew about Cinderella, is that I have a book that illustrate The Brother's Grimm tales, to which they tell the, if not the original tales, the closest ones that they can find, in its gory details. The reason is that over the years, further editing by numerous people wanted to tame the stories, so that it wasn't so gory. I remember that when politically correctness was the in things, someone wrote a politically correctness book on some of the Grimm's tales compleating ruining the stories in inside. Also there are many ethic varition of the Cinderella stories form several countries, with, I believe, includes China. I believe CBS Storybreak did a animated show in that Chinese tale and you might be able to download it from KissCartoon.

      Thanks,

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    • I have heard some gory details of other Grimm fairy tales as well, such as Little Red Hiding Hood.  Glad I didn't learn those versions of those stories when I was a kid heh

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    • Oh, what did you add to Aschenputtel? The toe and the heel?

      And yes, the 'original' tales were often very gory... not like that polished Disney ones... ;-))

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