I am having some trouble as a newbie to this site. It took me a while just to find a way to post anything! (Not every page has that "new thread" thing, and I didn't really know the best place to launch a new thread from.)
I was wanting to go back to a newsletter in September, when a gentleman whose name I'm not sure I remember (maybe Tom in Texas?) said he had quite a few cookbooks that could only be opened with a certain program, but that he would send them out upon request if we would write to his e-mail address. However, I don't seem to be able to access any September newsletters to get his e-mail address, and I didn't write it down at the time. Any advice?
Post by Chris in NM on Oct 13, 2009 8:24:17 GMT -6
Hello and welcome kathleenherr! I am so sorry you are having problems with this forum. If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask! One of us will be glad to try to help! Here are two links for you. The first one will take you to the page with the past 6 months newsletter listings. Just click on the month you want to view. Then a calendar will come up with the days of the month, plus the listing of recipes for that month. Just click on the day you want to look at and the newsletter for that month will come up! www.nancyskitchen.com/
Now, the 2nd link is to past newsletters. You might want to browse through them sometime. There are so many different recipes and newsletters there! I enjoy going back to some of the older ones occasionally and find some jewels! www.nancys-kitchen.com/newsletter-index.htm
When you get to each page from the above links, save it to your favorites so you can always get to them when you want!
I think you may referring to Jim in Texas, you were close. Jim has been really kind in offering his many recipes that he has collected and written over the years to Nancylanders and has advised on the best way of getting them.
If you go to Nancy's search box in any of the newsletters and type in "Jim in Texas", you will have lots of items to search through. There is also a box at the bottom of the message boards that you can use in the same way.
Jim kindly gave his email address out in one of the newsletters, so it is really a matter of searching.
Once again welcome and good luck in your searches.
I want to encourage youngsters (male or female) to get into the kitchen and enjoy cooking. TASTE it!
Thank you so much for the welcome and handy information! I don't mind searching for things at all, of course. I was just having some trouble navigating. I've been on-line for well over ten years, but have never found a forum I was very interested in until now - so I'm learning how they are constructed.