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Sunday, 25 November 2007

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Looks amazing. What a great time !

Boots in the Oven

Thank you - it was great! Now, perhaps a roasted goose...

amanda

so what's it gonna take to bribe a recipe for that sweet potato eggplant gravy out of you guys!?! i'd do quite a bit to get my hands on that sucker! ;-)

Boots in the Oven

Not too much, Amanda! I'm going to type up all the recipes before I have to give the book back next week, and I'll send you whichever ones you want.

Get basic cable !!!

Albany Jane

Holy crap - talk about bounty! It all looks so good - I can only imagine the leftovers.

And srsly? 110 sack o'oysters?

Boots in the Oven

Thanks, Albany Jane! Yeah, the leftovers are well-nigh insurmountable. I think Husbear's going to make a Turducken sausage!

And yes, in Southern Louisiana you can get a 110-pound sack of oysters for $48. I KNOW, WHAT?

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