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Tuesday, 29 August 2006

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auntie

Again, jealous-making pictures of divinely cooked and plated food...and a great shot of the front of the duomo. I guess i thought the front would be the same red brick as the dome area in the pictures one sees.

One big question: how do you melt leek?

La Di Tra,
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danielle

Yeah, seriously, I didn't know leeks could melt either.

Aw, Yay! Dave Eggers! Do you remember that "Book of Cheese" I had in highschool? THAT WAS EGGERS! HA. You'll have to tell me what you think of Dunces, and then I'll tell you what I think.

Books and yummy vegetarian food....can you please clone me one husbear?

Boots in the Oven

danielle,
hey! I just saw this... I'm almost done with the Eggers, and I'm not entirely sure what I think. It's bringing up a lot of things I'd rather not think about - but that's probably a good thing.

I've been working on a Husbear cloner, but haven't gotten any further than a shoebox with "transmogrifier" written on the side, and I'm afraid to try it out. I'll let you know if I get anywhere with it.

girlie

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