[Sca-cooks] Cuisinart stick blender

femme delyon femmedelyon at yahoo.com
Fri May 11 17:16:06 PDT 2007

I can heartily recommend the Sacher Torte from the Austrian cookbook as pretty darn tasty and close to the one you get at the Hotel Sacher in Vienna.Enjoy.

                                                      Johanna in Caid

Lilinah <lilinah at earthlink.net> wrote: Alright, if we're going to boast of our FreeCycle scores, i got a 
complete set of the Time-Life World of Food (or whatever it is) - 
both the hardcover books with the glossy photos and the spiral bound 

It's rather weird reading them. They were written in the late 1960s 
and it's clear that their intended audience may not get around 
(armchair gourmets?).

The writing in the Southern and Creole-&-Cajun (which they always 
write "Acadian") books is rather florid (what else would one expect, 
they were both written by natives who had been living in Europe for a 
couple decades). But i have to say, those photos make one's mouth 

I'll be plunging into the Northern Europe books soon...
Urtatim (that's err-tah-TEEM)
the persona formerly known as Anahita

(yeah, yeah, Urtatim really wouldn't know about such things)
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