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Archive for June, 2011

Mawage is What Bwings Us Togeva Today

Five years ago today, I was reborn. A new name, a new life, a new world of possibilities. I cried tears of sadness to leave the old me behind, and tears of joy to welcome the new me to the world. Five years ago today, I married my very best friend – the love of my […]

Jambon’s Connected to the Yum Bone

 [Audio clip: view full post to listen] “If a preparation of ham can be considered ‘refreshing,’ this is it.  Not to mention the fact, and I could have said this earlier, I suppose, but ‘Jambon’ is just a great word to say.  You can amuse yourself for several minutes, if you’re Julie, just wandering around […]

I’m Sensing a Theme…

 [Audio clip: view full post to listen] “So my husband and I were trying to decide, if I were a celebrity chef, what my trademark saying, my ‘Bam!’, should be, and we decided that whenever I threw in another stick of butter, I’d say, ‘What could happen?’  This catchphrase is perfect, because it works in […]

Stew On This

 [Audio clip: view full post to listen] “Lisa was scouring Manhattan for veal stew meat.  She had spent the day industriously calling up fancy-ass butchers.  When she said ‘veal’, the butchers kept saying they had something called ‘veal log’.  Lisa is no butcher, but she knew enough to find the word ‘veal’ and the word […]

Soup’s On!

 [Audio clip: view full post to listen] “This fine and uncomplicated peasant soup is a comforting dish for a cold winter day.” – Julia Child Despite the fact that I’m not sure how I feel about being referred to as a “peasant”, and the fact that we are nowhere near a cold winter day (we’re […]

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