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Yes, Archibald Leach. I remember him well. Maybe not that well, but at least I remember him. In one of his movies he made reference to himself. I think he was a newspaper editor in that one.
Has any one here made, or for that matter even eaten, Brunswick stew? While watching a re-run of "Dirty Jobs" with Mike Rowe, I saw a sign for it on a southern restaurant. Looked it up, and it appears to be a southern dish. Doesn't sound bad at all, and am thinking of making some. Any suggestions or recipes?
Randall, Carl's reference is to the movie Arsenic and Old Lace. Great comedy.
I like pomegranates also, especially the juice. I think I'm mentioned this before, but when I lived in California, I had a pomegranate tree and learned to peel them with a potato peeler, and juice the berries in a colander. Yum, Yum, and Yum.
I've been drinking my homemade red raspberry wine. Not too good. Not much flavor, probably because the berries weren't very juicy due to the dry autumn. Perhaps I should wait longer for it to age.
I hardly ever eat them, but I love pancakes also.....and waffles. It always seems like a special treat for breakfast.
I could probably eat pancakes or French toast for breakfast every day! I like trying different renditions of pancakes. My latest was combining whole wheat flour with barley (pre-cooked). It's a little gritty and perhaps heavy, but good. Of course, maple syrup makes everything good!
I've run onto a few pomegranate margaritas at various restaurants, but never made them myself (not much of a barkeep here!). I first ran onto them at Rosa Mexicano in Washington, DC ... OOOOG! Controlled substance, for sure!
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