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Re: tradition/bread

Oh my - sounds nummy!

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Margaret Lauterbach <melauter@earthlink.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Fri, 13 Dec 2002 08:33:18 -0700

>How about some recipes?  A friend does a quick and easy and very delicious 
>pasta treatment.  Dices bacon into pretty small bits, and sautes in olive 
>oil (bacon grease alone won't do it), adding sliced mushrooms, and when 
>bacon is almost crisp and mushrooms almost done, she adds some shelled 
>pinyon nuts.  Diners spoon their own over cooked spaghetti.  She also 
>sometimes sautes rosemary with mushrooms, and I'll bet that would be a good 
>addition to that dish, too.  Margaret L
>>Amen on the bread.  I took some good French bread and some herb butter I 
>>made w/ fresh stuff from the garden to our women's Christmas party last 
>>night.  Everyone loved it.  Now all of a sudden all these people want to 
>>put herb gardens in next Spring.  I told them any of you who are serious, 
>>see me in March and we'll get you all fixed up.  This OUGHT to be 
>>interesting, considering most of these gals wouldn't know the difference 
>>between a canna or a can of peas.  Who knows?  There may be a real herb 
>>shortage in North Texas by the time we get done.  Wouldn't that be a kick??
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A

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