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My small community of about 2000 citizens (including rural) has a bakery (Flour Mill) run by German Baptists (not really Amish, but close). For some reason, I had a hankerin' for a fluff-filled Long John, so I bought 3, two of which had a maple flavor icing on top. My, oh my!! Nothing more need to be said!
Joan, I like the Artful Displays of Vegetables. It would only bother me a little to disturb the order in a grocery store, but I wouldn't shop in one of those because the prices would probably have to be higher to pay for all that extra labor.
Pineapple, but I've also had dishes like these with any fruit that happened to be in the house. I'm not even sure if I can call it chili but the taste is all right. I always start with onions, garlic, tomato, chili pepper, all the beans I can find and after that I throw in anything edible.
Plinius, sounds delicious! What sort of "fruta" did you include in your chili?
Tried something new for breakfast. Eggs poached in marinara sauce, with a sprinkling of Parmigiano-Reggiano. Some crusty bread, and a small bowl of fruit on the side. Pretty good, and will try it again.
I made a big pan of chili sin carne y con fruta - will eat some now and freeze four meals for another day.
An acorn squash is on tonight's supper menu (along with chicken and rice soup).
You're not the only ones! It's one of the things I learnt when I worked in shops: a display must be attractive and neat but not too neat or people won't fill their shopping baskets. I love the display of leeks!
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