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On Oct 12, 12:10*pm, notbob wrote:
On 2008-10-11, Wayne Boatwright wrote:

1/2 cup arborio rice


BRAAAHHHHPPPP!!!!

Oh sorry....... wrong answer!


What's wrong with that?


Rice. Ick!

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On Sun, 12 Oct 2008 19:07:50 GMT, notbob wrote:

On 2008-10-11, sf sf wrote:

You're in for a real treat! Don't forget the bread too.


Excellent point, sf. A good bread w/ butter is essential to the final
experince.


We're doing bread with Olive Oil these days.


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On 2008-10-12, Wayne Boatwright wrote:

Ordinary rice, yes, but arborio rice cooked al dente is really quite nice
in minestrone. I prefer it over pasta.


It's jes me.

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On 2008-10-12, sf sf wrote:

We're doing bread with Olive Oil these days.


A classic and healthy altenative. But, I'm an American cow-juice based
person who does't see EVOO as superior, flavor-wise. Great, but not
necessarilly better. I often use a butter/oo mix for cooking.

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On Sun 12 Oct 2008 02:22:42p, notbob told us...

On 2008-10-12, Wayne Boatwright wrote:

Ordinary rice, yes, but arborio rice cooked al dente is really quite

nice
in minestrone. I prefer it over pasta.


It's jes me.

nb ...non-rice person


Understood. I didn't care much for rice for many years. In recent years
I've really begun to like it.

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On Sun 12 Oct 2008 02:28:22p, notbob told us...

On 2008-10-12, sf sf wrote:

We're doing bread with Olive Oil these days.


A classic and healthy altenative. But, I'm an American cow-juice based
person who does't see EVOO as superior, flavor-wise. Great, but not
necessarilly better. I often use a butter/oo mix for cooking.

nb


I usually prefer unsalted butter on bread, although if there's an
especially nice olive oil and herb mixture for dippint, I can enjoy it.

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"notbob" wrote in message
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On 2008-10-12, sf sf wrote:

We're doing bread with Olive Oil these days.


A classic and healthy altenative. But, I'm an American cow-juice based
person who does't see EVOO as superior, flavor-wise. Great, but not
necessarilly better. I often use a butter/oo mix for cooking.


I love cow juice.


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cybercat wrote:

"notbob" wrote in message
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A classic and healthy altenative. But, I'm an American cow-juice based
person who does't see EVOO as superior, flavor-wise. Great, but not
necessarilly better. I often use a butter/oo mix for cooking.


I love cow juice.


Me too! I can go through a 1/2-gallon or even more in a single day,
sometimes

Sky, who likes "moo" in more ways than one

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cybercat wrote:

"notbob" wrote in message
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A classic and healthy altenative. But, I'm an American cow-juice

based
person who does't see EVOO as superior, flavor-wise. Great, but not
necessarilly better. I often use a butter/oo mix for cooking.


I love cow juice.


Me too! I can go through a 1/2-gallon or even more in a single day,
sometimes

Sky, who likes "moo" in more ways than one

P.S. Heheheh, er, that's beef very rare most of the time & fresh cold
milk!


I like many if not most dairy products, but I can't stand milk except for
ice cold buttermilk.

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On 2008-10-12, Wayne Boatwright wrote:

ice cold buttermilk.


One has to suspect when "ice cold" is an adjective.

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On Sun 12 Oct 2008 04:32:04p, notbob told us...

On 2008-10-12, Wayne Boatwright wrote:

ice cold buttermilk.


One has to suspect when "ice cold" is an adjective.

nb


LOL!

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Andy wrote:

Come October 25th, my minestrone WILL arrive!!! Promise!

Best,


Take out?

kili ------- ducking and running


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Andy wrote:

Come October 25th, my minestrone WILL arrive!!! Promise!

Best,


Take out?

kili ------- ducking and running



That would be delivery! VBG

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I wrote:

I'm going to make minestrone this coming Wednesday night instead, provided
the nights are still chilly here.


As it happens, it's going to be 85 degrees here on Wednesday. That's WAY too
hot for minestrone, so I'll put off making it.

Bob




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