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Dandelion greens and Boucheron patties (once you cook all that healthy bitterness out of dandelion, it's actually quite nice)

 

Short ribs braised in red wine - a provencal-ish take with olives and lots of herbs

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Boucheron? (and thank you for rectifying the layout)

 

tonight: bowl of carrot soup, then basil-gorgonzola filo purses. The filo, packeted but from a Greek shop was fine. Supermarket filo is one of my pet hates :angry: : foul, leathery texture and tasting of nothing but the sourness of the chemical used as a preservative. Elderly cat ate the crumbs from the plate. He also adores croissant crumbs.

 

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Left overs from yesterday's Chinese takeaway, chicken with hot pepper sauce and peanuts (Kung Pao) and brown rice. G. is away at a meeting. I always order this when I'm on my own.

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Boucheron?

Errr....Bucheron that is. The log shaped simplistic aged chevre, good for pies and other preparations where it's warmed or melted.

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Boucheron?

Errr....Bucheron that is. The log shaped simplistic aged chevre, good for pies and other preparations where it's warmed or melted.

Ah right, I was tired and brain not making the right associations :lol:

 

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We've been feasting on Morse Pitt's fantastic wintered-over greens, from Union Square. (I'm nearly rabbit-ish these days with the amounts of salads we've eaten. )

Also, there's some lovely turkey sausage available there. I'll find out the name of the producer.

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Left overs from yesterday's Chinese takeaway, chicken with hot pepper sauce and peanuts (Kung Pao) and brown rice.

That is my favorite breakfast.

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We've been feasting on Morse Pitt's fantastic wintered-over greens, from Union Square. (I'm nearly rabbit-ish these days with the amounts of salads we've eaten. )

Also, there's some lovely turkey sausage available there. I'll find out the name of the producer.

Liza is in the house!!!!

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Left overs from yesterday's Chinese takeaway, chicken with hot pepper sauce and peanuts (Kung Pao) and brown rice.

That is my favorite breakfast.

I'm not one for cold leftovers, but it's quite good cold too.

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We've been feasting on Morse Pitt's fantastic wintered-over greens, from Union Square. (I'm nearly rabbit-ish these days with the amounts of salads we've eaten. )

Also, there's some lovely turkey sausage available there. I'll find out the name of the producer.

Liza is in the house!!!!

It's great to see Liza again.

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We've been feasting on Morse Pitt's fantastic wintered-over greens, from Union Square. (I'm nearly rabbit-ish these days with the amounts of salads we've eaten. )

Also, there's some lovely turkey sausage available there. I'll find out the name of the producer.

Liza is in the house!!!!

It's great to see Liza again.

Yes.

 

And didn't Liza have a baby, who must be quite big by now?

 

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Here is Liza's handsome young lad, vacationing in New Mexico (posted with his mother's permission):

 

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