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April 16, 2006

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stef

wahoo!!!! another Catholic homeschooling mom joins the food blog world:D! looking forward to your posts, elizabeth, esp. since we're food blogging from opposite perspectives (you can't eat some of the things you prepare for your family -- and i can eat what i can't prepare for them LOL).

Theresa

Wow! Sounds yummy! How do you do it? I am so impressed! Glad to have a place to find some good recipes, should I ever have the courage (and energy) to move beyond chicken and pasta!

Meredith

These recipes look so yummy I can't wait to try the Zeppole, it sounds amazing!

Rebecca

Elizabeth, would you mind sharing how you prepare the herbed lamb? I have wanted to make lamb but haven't found a way that everyone seems to like.

Elizabeth Foss

Rebecca,
The lamb recipe is on the first page of this thread:
http://4real.thenetsmith.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=3995&PN=2&TPN=1

It's awesome! I marinated for almost 48 hours and it was worth every minute.

sylvia

This recipe are so helpful

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