Chicken Salad recipes, please Around Town, posted by Forest Warn, a resident of the Alamo neighborhood, on Oct 15, 2007 at 10:16 am
Alamo needs something new! Something to talk about!
May I direct your attention to a major gap in our community's knowledge. In fact, it is an absence among our culture that could lead to complete boredom at mealtimes. Do you realize that the LACK of existence of a wide variety of chicken salad recipes might doom our community to a lack of diversity of taste.
Well, that's trouble, my friends, with a capital T and it rhymes with C and it stands for Chicken Salad.
Please send your chicken salad recipes to firstname.lastname@example.org and look for publication of The Alamo Chicken Salad Cookbook.
Posted by Grant, in Byron, a resident of the Alamo neighborhood, on Oct 22, 2007 at 10:49 am
All eyes in Contra Costa are on Alamo!
It seems that Alamo will define how unincoporated communities establish local planning of "land use, infrastructure and services" (October 21 Alamo e-chain). Incorporation is rapidly becoming not the answer due to the policies of Contra Costa County LAFCo, but of course most communities, incorporated or not, know that answer.
If you are not reading Alamo neighborhood e-chains circulated throughout Contra Costa communities, you are missing a great deal of research and understanding all communities need moving forward with their own planning. Alamo, with its wealth and counsel, has defined the options for real community planning control.
And if you are not interested is such expert viewpoint, just post your chicken salad recipes.
Posted by Hal Bailey, a resident of the Alamo neighborhood, on Oct 25, 2007 at 1:29 pm
Yes, Neighbors, I do have a favorite Chicken Salad recipe.
Add the following to two gallon pail of potting soil:
One Quart Chicken Manure
One Cup of Tomato & Garden Food (Pellets)
One Cup of Sulfate of Ammonia
Note: I keep the mixture in a 15 gallon garbage pail and apply it to plants around their base to retain moisture and to fuel growth. I repeat the application every three to four weeks, Spring through Fall.