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Default Recipes for Sour Grapes?

On Mar 12, 7:57*am, Anne Onime wrote:
Monica Pignotti, desperate for a husband, steals one!

http://liarscheatersrus.com/monica-pignotti.html

For all these years, Monica Pignotti has bragged about being single and railed against anti-single discrimination.

So, when she finds that getting a job requires she be married, she goes and steals a husband from a working mother.

She is unfit to teach, that's for sure.


This is the most absurd fabrication about me to date. LOL. I am
happily single and have been my entire life, nor do I have even the
slightest bit of interest in any job that would require marriage (I
have no idea what jobs would require marriage, certainly none I would
apply for). Interesting timing, though, as the smear campaign against
me, which has been very light since December, now seems to have picked
up quite a bit since the dismissal of Federici v Pignotti on March 4
by a Federal judge.

http://phtherapies.wordpress.com/201...ase-dismissed/

Not accusing anyone in particular, just sayin.

So I can be on topic for this forum (unlike my anonymous, off-topic
cyber defamer who has repeatedly posted here on things that have
nothing to do with cooking) does anyone here have a recipe for sour
grapes? I hear that there are some delicious recipes out there, such
as popping them out of their skins and then saute them in butter,
honey and rosemary.

There's also a recipe here that looks quick and easy:

http://www.culinaryartsblog.com/inde...ing_crow_and_a

This website also includes recipes for humble pie, a chip on ones
shoulder and eating crow. How appropriate.







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On Mar 12, 7:57*am, Anne Onime wrote:
Monica Pignotti, desperate for a husband, steals one!

http://liarscheatersrus.com/monica-pignotti.html

For all these years, Monica Pignotti has bragged about being single and railed against anti-single discrimination.

So, when she finds that getting a job requires she be married, she goes and steals a husband from a working mother.

She is unfit to teach, that's for sure.


This is the most absurd fabrication about me to date. LOL. I am
happily single and have been my entire life, nor do I have even the
slightest bit of interest in any job that would require marriage (I
have no idea what jobs would require marriage, certainly none I would
apply for). Interesting timing, though, as the smear campaign against
me, which has been very light since December, now seems to have picked
up quite a bit since the dismissal of Federici v Pignotti on March 4
by a Federal judge.

Federici v Pignotti et al: Case Dismissed | Potentially Harmful and Other Questionable Therapies

Not accusing anyone in particular, just sayin.

So I can be on topic for this forum (unlike my anonymous, off-topic
cyber defamer who has repeatedly posted here on things that have
nothing to do with cooking) does anyone here have a recipe for sour
grapes? I hear that there are some delicious recipes out there, such
as popping them out of their skins and then saute them in butter,
honey and rosemary.

There's also a recipe here that looks quick and easy:

Sour Grapes, Humble Pie, Eating Crow and A Chip on the Shoulder

This website also includes recipes for humble pie, a chip on ones
shoulder and eating crow. How appropriate.



I was immediately intrigued, and asked her what they were. Her reply was sour grapes. She explained they were tart, underripe fruit, that are available for only a short amount of time each year. She buys them in bulk when she can, freezes them, then simmers the clusters whole in vegetable dishes, especially acidic ones. I had been waiting in my endless line too long to get out and retrieve some, but I knew this was a fruit I definitely needed to try.


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