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Old 10-27-2004, 01:33 PM   #11
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Don't you just love the little crunch you get? And the flavor from the caramelized areas you just can't describe to anyone.


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i don't bake em but i do stir-fry em with chicken and pepper. Simple and good.

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Old 10-31-2004, 02:00 AM   #13
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"And with Satan I am in Accord"?

Broccholi or cailflower, cut from the heads, the stems discardedm and steamed gently until, while cooked, might be understood to have a bit of crispness left there, and so served...

A Sauce to cover and compliment...

Melt 2 tbsn's of butter/margerine, gently...

Roll in a tablespoon of flour, and mix well, then S+P, a spoon of Worcestshire, the same of hot mustard and heat to a boil...

Mixing furiously, a cup of creamer milk, until it boils...

and immediately a cup of grated aged cheddar (but Asiabo works much better!) remove from heat almost immediatly and beat the h out of it, and serve as a sauce for the "cruciforms"...


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