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This Week's Food News: Apr. 1, 2009

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Soniabonya Soniabonya 6 years
Yay! Go Hungarian pigs! Revitalize Hungary's terrible economy with delicously fatty foods! Oooh I wonder how Flekken would taste with the Mangalista meat. :drool: As for doing away with recipies, I'm not so imaginary when it comes to creating things off the fly with random ingredients in the kitchen. I need some form of structure and security I find with recipes. Definetly have to try a Cab Franc. I don't believe I had one. . . would it go well with lamb?? And I must try making a lamb. I know my father woukd LOVE it, though I'd feel guilty about eating one of the cutest baby animals. LOL. Is lamb easily found in grocery stores like Safeway? Or is it found only at specialty stores? Maybe I'll try Consentinos. Their meat department generally has good cuts of meat.
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