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Old 03-19-2005, 11:27 AM   #11
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(standing at a podium on stage, tears in eyes)

i am accepting this polenta on behalf of all of the people who have fed me in the past...
you like me, you really like me....:)
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Bucky, you forgot "the kiss". Should be from Sushi or Bang.

GB - what is the amount of liquid in the beginning? I'm getting :"Combine garlic and Aź cup...."

(this recipe sounds so yummy!!!)
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Old 03-19-2005, 05:17 PM   #13
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(standing at a podium on stage, tears in eyes)

i am accepting this polenta on behalf of all of the people who have fed me in the past...
you like me, you really like me....:)
BT, as Felix Unger would have said - OSCAR, OSCAR, OSCAR:!:

GB, I think one year Wolfie made a dessert of little chocolate Oscars sprinkled in gold. That would be an ideal meal for me. Thanx again.:)
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GB - what is the amount of liquid in the beginning? I'm getting :"Combine garlic and Aź cup...."
I just start with a quarter of a cup of stock. I don't really measure. I don't really measure. I just put a splash in, enough so the garlic doesn't burn.
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