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Working my way through some Indian recipes from a not very good book - an experiment in seeing what works and what doesn't. The night before last I turned my kitchen into a post-hurricane site with a

Ta. I must give this a try.

Thank you thank you. But doesn't everyone look better wearing a bath mat?

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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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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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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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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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