Kathleen A Roberts
karobert at unm.edu
Sun Jan 11 12:59:20 PST 2009
On Sun, 11 Jan 2009 15:38:38 -0500
ranvaig at columbus.rr.com wrote:
>>From _The Cookin' Woman, Irish Country Recipes_ published
>>1949, by Florance Irwin, who was a cooking teacher in
>>Ireland just after the turn of the century. Some of her
>>recipes come from 18th century cookbooks. Not period, but
>>her descriptions of Irish Country Life are very
sounds like a good book to have. ;) aren't they all?
i found packaged dulse at the local whole foods (ethnic
section). several ounces for $4.99 and it is packaged in
maine. what the heck, it's dulse in new mexico. i am
ahead of the game. i found several employees at whole
foods exceedingly helpful, not like the previous wild oats
husband watched the purchase with the same look that
fiesty gets when he sees the cat-carrier coming out.
terrified resignation, i guess you would call it....
i will be experimenting with it soon. too expensive for a
dish at a feast, but i think i can add it to things. we
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