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    Wednesday, April 10 2013
    Carly finds an unwanted surprise in Brenda's room, Bobbie tries to calm Scotty from worries of Luke and Laura travelling together, and Luke and Laura receive an invitation.

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    Posted by raineysmom at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:41 PM


    White blazaer and purple slacks! Sounds gorgeous!!! Is it "Ravens purple?" I just love that deep shade of purple!!

    Posted by raineysmom at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:43 PM

    Welcome JustNora and all the new posters!

    I know I haven't said welcome, because I've been so busy with work stuff (YUCK!!!)

    Please posty often!!

    Posted by bayoubtr at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:45 PM


    Rainey-- Thanks, girlfriend! Sorry you've been so busy, have missed your posts, don't be a stranger!

    Aussie-- Are you on vacation again???

    Posted by lily hunter at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:47 PM

    rainey - So sorry to hear that you've been so busy. When is the home office going live?

    Posted by 4myJylli at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:48 PM


    Cbru, thinking of you and continuing to keep you in my prayers.

    Slades, again you’re in my thoughts as you and your family grieve your loss.

    Poodles, here’s the Falafel recipe. It really was so simple to make and turned out great. I hope it does for you as well.

    1 pound (about 2 cups) dry chickpeas/garbanzo beans
    1 small onion, roughly chopped
    1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley
    3-5 cloves garlic (I prefer roasted)
    1 1/2 tbsp flour
    1 3/4 tsp salt
    2 tsp cumin
    1 tsp ground coriander
    1/4 tsp black pepper
    1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
    Pinch of ground cardamom
    Vegetable oil for frying (grape seed, canola, and peanut oil work well)

    Pour the chickpeas into a large bowl and cover them by about 3 inches of cold water. Let them soak overnight. They will double in size as they soak – you will have between 4 and 5 cups of beans after soaking. Drain and rinse the garbanzo beans well. Pour them into your food processor along with the chopped onion, garlic cloves, parsley, flour, salt, cumin, ground coriander, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and cardamom.

    Pulse all ingredients together until a rough, coarse meal forms. Scrape the sides of the processor periodically and push the mixture down the sides. Process till the mixture is somewhere between the texture of couscous and a paste. You want the mixture to hold together, and a more paste-like consistency will help with that... but don't over-process, you don't want it turning into hummus!
    Once the mixture reaches the desired consistency, pour it out into a bowl and use a fork to stir; this will make the texture more even throughout. Remove any large chickpea chunks that the processor missed. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 1-2 hours.

    Fill a skillet with vegetable oil (used grape seed oil) to a depth of 1½ inches. Heat the oil slowly over medium heat. Meanwhile, form falafel mixture into round balls or slider-shaped patties using wet hands. You can make them smaller or larger depending on your personal preference. The balls will stick together loosely at first, but will bind nicely once they begin to fry.

    Before frying my first batch of falafel, you can do a test by placing one in the center of the pan. If the oil is at the right temperature, it will take 2-3 minutes per side to brown (5-6 minutes total). If it browns faster than that, your oil is too hot and your falafels will not be fully cooked in the center. Cool the oil down slightly and try again. When the oil is at the right temperature, fry the falafels in batches of 5-6 at a time till golden brown on both sides.
    Once the falafels are fried, remove them from the oil using a slotted spoon. Let them drain on paper towels. Serve the falafels fresh and hot; they go best with a plate of hummus and topped with creamy tahini sauce.

    I served in pita pockets which I toasted, spread some hummus on the inside, then added the falafel, sliced tomato, slice cucumber, shredded lettuce topped with tahini sauce with a side of tabouleh.

    Hello and good night to all GH cyber-posters/friends: Aussie1, poodles, ransomha, FUBU, ENAD19, lily hunter, runnergirl, ttoyou, cynic, mamajj, cbru, cowboyfan, BeanCounter, beenaroundalongtime, lovelymarlena, Canadagirl17, TipsyTess, Blesseddiva, siliconvalleysally, willowk, Redcanuck, Dubbs, Scrimmage, StraightTalker, Akitas, Unicorn, bayoubtr, PumpkinGirl, SouthGA, Zachto, Midas, WatFan, maja, raineysmom, 4evergh, sladest38, mayzo, Soapfan, Casey1, From, LovesDogs, Ladybelle, Dexdon, WatFan, Lady Isadorra, Boston Terrier, anyone I missed and all the new posters.

    Posted by 4myJylli at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:52 PM


    Rainey, thanks, we're not expecting the thunderstorms until tomorrow evening. I lol at "Ravens purple". No it's a very light purple more appropriate for spring.

    Aussie, are you still sleeping?

    Posted by bayoubtr at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:52 PM


    4myJylli-- Nite! The falafel sounds awesome!

    Posted by Cynic at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:54 PM

    Brenda made my day today. Carly's head nearly exploded at the thought of Brenda and Michael doing what she does all the time. Serves her right - she asked for it.

    Having suffered a broken leg twice, I cannot believe how quickly Britt got over hers. It takes at least three months in a cast (or big boot) and using a walker. Perhaps it was just a sprain. I can't relate to Ellie's miracle recovery, perhaps the Vatican should be notified about that.


    Perhaps Stavros means to get his revenge by fathering a child with Lulu, as he did with Laura. Bingo! Lulu comes back home expecting a baby and lets Maxie off the hook.

    Posted by BeanCounter at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:54 PM

    The Metrocourt-My reaction to Michael and Brenda is the same as when Sonny and Emily were together. Repulsed. I am hoping that Brenda is merely playing Carly and that nothing happened.

    Casadine Island-Luke and Laura end up getting dressed to the nines and discovering that the kidnapper is Stravos. Didn't see that one coming as he exceeded his return from the dead quota. The Cassadines seem to be like Hydras. One is stopped and another one comes in their place.

    Posted by Risa at Wednesday, April 10 2013 05:55 PM

    I totally don't think Brenda & Michael slept together!! I think it's weird that when Brenda got kicked out of the ball & sonny followed her out , did we miss a scene here?? I hate how Brenda & jax came back & how rushed things are he's gone & she's a mess I love Brenda & always will but why bring them back ???? we could of done without all this... did you see her wheels turning .... & scrimmage I do agree less makeup is more she's stunning love like & Laura . I feel wistful
    of the old GH ........

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