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One of my favorite Swedish Chef bits is the turtle soup one, which I got a chance to post in the Late Night Cafe the other day.   mjb.
Well, a food picture, of sorts, at last. Hardly a contender for November's top spot.     And why this?  One of my favorite 37 scenes from "Young Frankenstein"  
Are cooking in a skillet or on a grill?
I'm part of the Cajun & Creole Recipe Circle on Facebook. Very busy group, but roux is a common topic. Probably more than you ever want to know about the subject.   mjb.
Lemon curd is fairly easy to make, put into ramekins and chill, then at dessert time top with whipped cream and berries. Asparagus with hollandaise is a nice side.   mjb.
I'm not sure what I'll be eating, but I bet it will be turkey, stuffing, mashed taters and such. This year we will be visiting Karen's sister in Phoenix. Cindy and a friend of hers are preparing the whole meal. We shall see.   mjb.
Two members of Jefferson Airplane, Jorma Kaukonen, guitar, and Jack Cassidy, bass, still perform together as Hot Tuna.  Great stuff.   mjb.
As it was my first try at this flavor, I stuck close to this basic recipe:  http://honest-food.net/2011/03/22/sichuan-bacon/   The cinnamon was from a stick of bark, the cloves were whole and they, along with the star anise,  went into a small, dry skillet to get toasted before the spices were all ground together. And I used fresh minced garlic rather than powder. And once the proper firmness was achieved the bacon was rinsed well and then put on a tray, uncovered and...
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