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This is one of my favorite blogs right now, never mind the fact that I've always loved reading through cookbooks anyway. I'm pretty sure I've posted things from her on this board before, but if any of you guys haven't been over here yet, you should at least check it out. She tends to go a little overboard with the whole wheat thing now and again, but overall, I think her recipes are fantastic and she's also a very fun writer to read. Here's a few selections that I haven't gotten around to making yet for one reason or another; if someone happens to beat me to any of them let us know how they turned out: plump pea dumplings spicy polenta-cheese crackers blackberry limeade baby lima soup with chipotle broth mushroom casserole bulgur, celery, and pomegranate salad lime-peanut coleslaw roast banana-pumpkin breakfast bread Maya's Day of the Dead cookies She likes reading cookbooks too (big surprise): http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/favorite-cookbooks-bryant-terry-recipe.html
 
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If you guys go on a road trip south of the border, make sure to have a Mexican donut mascot in case you need a disguise.
 

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 Originally Posted By: Sabina Welserin
Then take the goose liver and with it ten plums and put them in the goose and sew it up underneath and put it on a spit. It will be good. And when you serve it then open it up.
Uhh, ok. Cool Shannow, thanks. She was a big fan of tarts, I noticed.
 
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T-bone or porterhouse "USDA Choice" are on sale at the local grocer, $5.89 per pound, gotta go stock up for the holiday weekend! Steak and beer, steak and beer, steak and beer, potatoes!
 

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Yes yes, steaks and beers. We usually end up getting bratwurst (and beer) if I don't make menus. Maybe you can find a vegetarian marinade.
 
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