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  • Birthday 12/23/1942

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  1. For two: Mexican-style shrimp cocktail, roasted turkey thighs, mushroom gravy, balsamic-glazed Brussels sprouts, butter roasted sweet potatoes, cornbread oyster dressing, cranberry-orange-ginger sauce, apple crumble for dessert. Pinot Noir to drink. Leftovers: I bought an extra thigh to be sure I had enough for hot turkey sandwiches and turkey-bean soup. Still enough elft over (very big thighs) for a Cobb salad with turkey instead of chicken. The leftover dressing was turned into soup dumplings by adding an egg and a little flour. Good! I always like the leftovers more than th
  2. Stephanie, I'm so sorry to hear about your cousin.
  3. https://www.eater.com/2020/7/8/21271246/food-timeline-lynne-olver Anyone up to the task?
  4. A fabulous looking, and, I'm sure, TASTING cake, Steph!
  5. I rescued a batch of less-than-stellar cherries by using them instead of plums on the you-know-what cake. To complement the cherries, I substituted almond flour for half the AP. The result may be better then the original.
  6. Lippy


    It was either throw them out or make soup.
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    The big advantage of baking your own bagels is that you can make them the right size. There are about 2 oz. each, as they were in my youth. The disadvantage is aesthetic, but maybe they will be neater next time.
  8. Fig, orange and rosemary ice cream. Lively, complex flavor, dull color. If I didn't know the ingredients, I'd never be able to guess from the flavor.
  9. I wish I could help you with that.
  10. Leftover and forgotten veggies get a new life in the stockpot. The resulting broth might be used for mushroom risotto.
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    I found some 10-year old yeast buried in the fridge. It proofed surprisingly well. The rye bread will tell the tale.
  12. Your gallbladder thanks you.
  13. I amused myself today by looking at notes from a trip to Paris and Alsace, including meals eaten, with prices. The dollar was at its strongest (or the franc was especially weak that year -- 10 francs to the dollar. We feasted for practically nothing.
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