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creepy uncle
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Sang Choy Bow. Just found it.

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karen
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I'll never remember anything about that except it sounds like "Boy Chow".

Dinner is a Dill Havarti Omelette with Asparagus and a Balsamic Reduction.

Alcalá Monastrell ( http://www.cellartracker.com/wine.asp?iWine=1903982 ) to drink.

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magnolia
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had a thai noodle and seared filet salad at houston's with a cousin who is in town.

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Muffy
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Anything breakfast muffins (or as Piney calls them, a little omelettes you can hold in your hand). They were yum. First time I've made them but I suspect they'll become a breakfast/lunch staple as they were soooo good and very fast and easy.

Basic mix:
6 eggs
2T milk
Salt & Pepper
Beat the above together

Start by greasing a 12 cup muffin pan and fill it with whatever rings your bell. I sautéed some onion and mushroom, shredded some smoked chicken, diced some leftover grilled chicken breast, half a cup of grated cheese and about a tablespoon of sour cream (which I swirled around the egg mix so that it was nice and lumpy and left goopy bits that taste oh so good in muffins). I would have liked to add some fresh parsley or spring onion, but we don't currently have any.

Pour the egg mix over the crap-you-have-in-the-muffin-cups mix.

Cook in pre-heated oven at 200c/390f for about 25 mins.

Yummers!

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karen
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La Mère Poulard Sablés with Clément Faugier Chestnut Creme Spread.
Both are crazy good.

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The boys ate all my muffins Oh well, at least they liked them.

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magnolia
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i'm making that. it sounds delish. mine will probably have sauteed onions, cheese, red bell pepper, and teeny bits of sliced up fajita steak.

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Cornflakes. With brown sugar.

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English Muffin with goat cheese and fig jam
Coffee to drink.

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This was dinner last night. It was good! Today we had slow cooked pork with peas, it was gooood too. No pics of that, sadly.

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Pita with crispy bacon, raw onion, cottage cheese and honey from the family beehives.

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Honey on your pita? Your family loyalty may have crossed the line.

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bacon, honey and cottage cheese is a PERFECT trinity of orgasmic indulgences.

Cast off your old beliefs and be saved!

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I just heard about bee shamanism. Putting honey on stuff may be a pre-christian habit, that was subverted because it was too awesome:

"Bee shamanism may well be the most ancient and enigmatic branch of shamanism. It exists throughout the world--wherever in fact the honeybee exists. Its medicinal tools--such as honey, pollen, propolis, and royal jelly--are now in common usage, and even the origins of Chinese acupuncture can be traced back to the ancient practice of applying bee stings to the body’s meridians.

In this authoritative ethnography and spiritual memoir, Simon Buxton, an elder of the Path of Pollen, reveals for the first time the richness of this tradition: its subtle intelligence; its sights, sounds, and smells; and its unique ceremonies, which until now have been known only to initiates. Buxton unknowingly took his first steps on the Path of Pollen at age nine, when a neighbor--an Austrian bee shaman--cured him of a near-fatal bout of encephalitis. This early contact prepared him for his later meeting with an elder of the tradition who took him on as an apprentice. Following an intense initiation that opened him to the mysteries of the hive mind, Buxton learned over the next 13 years the practices, rituals, and tools of bee shamanism. He experienced the healing and spiritual powers of honey and other bee products, including the “flying ointment” once used by medieval witches, as well as ritual initiations with the female members of the tradition--the Mellisae--and the application of magico-sexual “nektars” that promote longevity and ecstasy. The Shamanic Way of the Bee is a rare view into the secret wisdom of this age-old tradition."

http://www.amazon.com/The-Shamanic-...s/dp/1594771197

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Odin Wills it!

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Dinner is Spanakopita with a glass of Shiraz

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Bacon dip, no better flavour but it will kill you!!

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Great Grains banana pecan cereal by Post with almond milk.

Amen.

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Pineapple cheesecake I had a craving for it recently. My mother used to make it and I loved it, but as I got older culinary snubs taught me to look down my nose at continental cheesecakes made with condensed milk, but today I just wanted Mum's cheesecake. It's delicious. Piney had three helpings. Soft, creamy lemon base with pops of citrus and pineapple, on a ginger crumb and topped with billowy (not overwhipped or I'll kill you) cream. Yummers. Food snobs be damned.

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tons and tons (or maybe gallons and gallons) of post-nasal drip.

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Just polished off some Mediterranean style quinoa.

Amen.

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