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Old 08-07-2007, 07:05 PM   #1
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Here it is!

OK, as requested, here is the subforum to ask those questions like, "I only have...tomato paste, spam and oysters in my pantry, what can I make with these?"

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Cool, sounds good, thanks :)
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I only have...tomato paste, spam and oysters in my pantry, what can I make with these?
A nasty practical joke
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Bravissimo! The public spoke and the king listened.
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I only have...tomato paste, spam and oysters in my pantry, what can I make with these?


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A nasty practical joke
Actually, I was thinking of fresh shucked oysters with a tomato mignonette and crispy Spam dust...
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Actually, I was thinking of fresh shucked oysters with a tomato mignonette and crispy Spam dust...
And what sort of foam would you create for that dish? Hmmmm?
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Actually, I was thinking of fresh shucked oysters with a tomato mignonette and crispy Spam dust...
I think you missed the part about the oysters being in her pantry
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And what sort of foam would you create for that dish? Hmmmm?
LOL I don't know? Depends on what else is in the pantry
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I think you missed the part about the oysters being in her pantry
Yeah, I was also hoping that the pantry included the fridge and that the oysters weren't the bottled variety.
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Wow Alix, thanks! I finally had a good idea!

I already posted my question in general cooking as you told me to, but I'm sure I'll have another one soon to post here.
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