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Sunday, 02 July 2006

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auntie

Hi Matthew,
Glad to see you doing good cookin' while mme pants be away.
today's entry uses ALL my favorite foods... tomatos (previously mentioned), garlic, and artichoke hearts !!!!!

so i gotta make that fettucini...

did you steam the 'chokes before you peeled down to the heart and stem?

i gotta know...
see you in 5 days !!!
do i use exclamation points too much ??!!?? or what?!!

auntie !!!!

L. Pants

Nope. No steaming. Just cut off the stem and peel it and then cut at least the top half off the artichoke. Then use a spoon to scoop out the choke and a pairing knife to trim around the outside until you get down to the heart.

Happy cooking!

L.Pants

Tori O'Hara

Hello Logan and Rachel,

Dunno if you would remember me, but I was in Media Arts w/ Logan so long ago. I was checking out Tiffany's blog (and am now overly concerned about her overconcern w/ wooden chopstix) and saw the link to your blog. Looks good--who is the cook in the family? :)

-Tori :)

Boots in the Oven

Hi, Tori! Logan (otherwise known as the husbear, or l. pants, depending on who's doing the writing) is the cook in the family... if I'm feeling particularly spicy, I can make a fried egg. Usually.

I'll be sure to mention to him that you commented - I bet he'll be excited to hear from you! And thanks so much for commenting!

girlie (rachel)

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