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Monday, February 20, 2006

New Blog from an Old Friend

If anyone out there hasn't met madcap mum yet, she's a treat. She's begun a new blog devoted to food.

Her first post was a winter salad which I would call slaw because it's similar to mine. She, however, can provide a recipe. I couldn't because my cooking depends on the contents of my fridge.

She then wrote a treatise on garlic. Don't know about you but I'd feel very deprived without garlic. It might not make those I come in contact with happy but it certainly brightens my day.

I know she'd enjoy some company so if cooking or reading about food is your thing, check her latest labor of love.

9 comments:

Eden said...

I agree. Life isn't life w/o garlic.

My mother was never one to cook and I didn't know the difference between a clove & a bulb when I moved in w/ my husband.

If something tastes wonderful and you ask what's in it, I find the answer is more often than not "garlic." Mmm... hungry now...

Angel said...

Around here, garlic is pretty darn near an aphrodesiac LOLOLOL

mreddie said...

I like garlic as well, but it doesn't like me at all and causes my stomach to complain in no uncertain terms. ec

Jenorama said...

thanks for the link!

MsSisyphus said...

Daniel Cook is explained on BB. :)

Sarah Elaine said...

Thanks for letting us know!

Janice said...

Oh that's great she started another blog!

I have four so I know blogs can be like potato chips or cats; you can't have just one!

Janice~

Bridgermama said...

Thanks for the tip, I am a complete foodie!

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