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[Aroid-l] Aroid art and recipe

Maybe some of you are not interested and "zoned out" before the end of Julius's email.... Julius is an excellent cook, often making use of Aroid plant parts- leaves and tubers (or as Julius pronounces it, "chubas")
Here is his recipe- yikes~!
Julius, what was the name of the painting?

Aha!    A NEW recipe comes to mind!---
''Soup/calaloo of immature Xanthosoma leaves, cooked together
with neighbor`s arm and fingers, and boiled with 'chubas' of Xanthosoma,
with roasted and peeled Montrichardia 'nuts' floated on the side".
Desert --- a calabash-bowl of ripened and "river-chilled" Monstera deliciosa
fruit, mixed with sun-ripened 'pois doux', a-la-cart." !!!
NEXT year`s I.A.S. banquet in Miami can`t come around fast enough!! "Bon
appitite" to all!

Good Growing,


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