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Default Blaine's low carb kitchen?

I saw one episode of this cable TV show the other day, and was intrigued.
Has anyone tried any of his recipies? Is he in general on the right track?

I can set my Tivo to catch every episode if it's worth it, or just try to
get one episode here or there if it shows up when I'm watching.

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Default Blaine's low carb kitchen?

On Mon, 17 Nov 2008 07:11:56 -0700, "A R Pickett"
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I saw one episode of this cable TV show the other day, and was intrigued.
Has anyone tried any of his recipies? Is he in general on the right track?

I can set my Tivo to catch every episode if it's worth it, or just try to
get one episode here or there if it shows up when I'm watching.


I had this in my bookmarks:
http://fittv.discovery.com/fansites/...s/recipes.html

I don't recall ever cooking any of his stuff, though, maybe because he
uses soy and I don't like the taste.

Nicky.
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D&E, 100ug thyroxine
Last A1c 5.4% BMI 25
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Default Blaine's low carb kitchen?

On Mon, 17 Nov 2008 09:11:56 -0500, A R Pickett wrote
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I saw one episode of this cable TV show the other day, and was intrigued.
Has anyone tried any of his recipies? Is he in general on the right track?

I can set my Tivo to catch every episode if it's worth it, or just try to
get one episode here or there if it shows up when I'm watching.



I started watching this show fairly recently. The recipes seem to be simple
and straightforward. I am getting some ideas from him, but haven't tried
anything yet. I cook for one (me and this is sort of relaxation watching.

TaniO

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I saw one episode of this cable TV show the other day, and was intrigued.
Has anyone tried any of his recipies? Is he in general on the right track?

I can set my Tivo to catch every episode if it's worth it, or just try to
get one episode here or there if it shows up when I'm watching.

--
A R Pickett aka Woodstock

"Sometimes the facts threaten the truth"
Amos Oz, prize winning Israeli author

Read my book reviews at:
http://www.booksnbytes.com/reviews/_...ll_byauth.html

Now blogging!
http://www.journalscape.com/woodstock/

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Great show! I TiVo most of them as well, and yes, have tried quite a few of
his recipes and they all worked GREAT for me and my meter!!!

Wes




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