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Old 02-25-2005, 12:44 PM   #1
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For those of you in No. California

i was watching an excellent new series on public tv recently, jacques pepin's "fast food my way", and tracked down the website. it is thru a public tv network in northern california, namely kqed. lots of neat stuff here for yous on the left coast...

http://www.kqed.org/topics/home/cooking/

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Old 02-25-2005, 10:30 PM   #2
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I've been watching it on my local PBS station down here in TX, too. Yep, it is a great show!

Humm .... special 30-minute Iron Chef America episonde idea ... Jacques VS. Rachel Ray!
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I've been watching it on my local PBS station down here in TX, too. Yep, it is a great show!

Humm .... special 30-minute Iron Chef America episonde idea ... Jacques VS. Rachel Ray!
Definitely would be different!!!
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Humm .... special 30-minute Iron Chef America episonde idea ... Jacques VS. Rachel Ray!
It would never work. He's a Frenchman. That tush of hers would prove WAY too distracting to him!
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Humm .... special 30-minute Iron Chef America episonde idea ... Jacques VS. Rachel Ray!
It would never work. He's a Frenchman. That tush of hers would prove WAY too distracting to him!
ROFL!
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Old 02-26-2005, 11:45 AM   #6
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I'm just glad that she works behind a counter. That tush is too distracting for me, and I'm not even French :twisted: . I don't need thoughts like that running around in my head. I'm a happily married man, and strongly religeous as well.

I was once watching a tv show at my dear MOL's (and she is a wonderfully sweet woman), with my wife. This woman came on with incredible legs, you guys know, athletic with perfect propotions and silky-smooth skin. Of course I was a mere 25 years of age back then. In any case, from my mouth blurted the most awkward phrase, and I quote "Wow! What legs!" Needless to say, the two ladies looked at me with raised eybrows. My MOL inquired, "What did you say?" She obviously thought it was just too funny. I replied sheepishly, "We need to get some eggs." It was a cause for much merriment for my DW and MOL. I suspect my face was rather red.

What trouble a great pair of gams can get you into (heavy sigh).

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