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Old 04-24-2016, 11:33 PM   #31
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I was thinking of the pronunciation. I have a friend that lives in Worcester, MA. I couldn't pronounce the name of her town, so one day I decided to ask. When it comes to weird pronunciations, I like to know what I'm saying because I pronounce so many things wrong as it is. I had studied just a little Irish once and a customer came in the other day. So naturally, I sounded her name out and she said I was the first person who ever got it right. I had actually heard the name before, I just hadn't ever seen it in print.

Siobhan pronounced shih-VAHN. Pretty name.
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day. So naturally, I sounded her name out and she said I was the first person who ever got it right. I had actually heard the name before, I just hadn't ever seen it in print.

Siobhan pronounced shih-VAHN. Pretty name.
Siobhán McKenna

24 May 1923 – 16 November 1986) was an Irish stage and screen actress.
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Old 04-27-2016, 02:59 AM   #33
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I got the lyrics (in Irish) to Si Do Mhaimeo a month or so ago. Still working my way through that one.




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This is a simple knockoff of Caesar salad dressing that does not use anchovies or raw eggs. I like it because it can be used over a period of several days. It is a good basic creamy dressing that you can change by adding crumbled blue cheese, chopped herbs, bacon bits, etc...

If I don't have fresh lemon juice I make it with red wine vinegar. If it is too thick you can thin it with a little water.

Simple Creamy Caesar Dressing
I meant to say thank you for this recipe. I love Caesar dressing and I'm trying to get recipes to the ones I like.
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