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  1. #1
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default New Year's food?

    Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed peas
    and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old here. I
    did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am annoyed
    at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of rosemary grilled
    chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the 31st and the 1st and for
    some inexplicable reason she put them in my mom's fridge and left them
    there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope she does
    actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the insulated bag in
    the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's fridge" out of
    that is beyond me. Gah!



  2. #2
    Cheri Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    > Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed peas
    > and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old here. I
    > did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    > annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of rosemary
    > grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the 31st and the
    > 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my mom's fridge and
    > left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope she
    > does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the insulated
    > bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    > fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    >


    I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed peas I
    made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to you and yours
    Julie.

    Cheri


  3. #3
    Susan Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    x-no-archive: yes

    On 1/1/2013 10:26 AM, Cheri wrote:

    > I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    > green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed
    > peas I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to
    > you and yours Julie.
    >


    I'm making those wonderful meatballs tonight, easy peasy.

    Happy Jan 1!

    Susan


  4. #4
    Cheri Guest

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    "Susan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > x-no-archive: yes
    >
    > On 1/1/2013 10:26 AM, Cheri wrote:
    >
    >> I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    >> green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed
    >> peas I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to
    >> you and yours Julie.
    >>

    >
    > I'm making those wonderful meatballs tonight, easy peasy.
    >
    > Happy Jan 1!
    >
    > Susan
    >



    Yes, I agree, they are wonderful. Happy Jan 1 to you and Tom too.

    Cheri


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    =?UTF-8?B?QmrDuHJu?= Steensrud Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    Cheri wrote:

    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    >> Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed peas
    >> and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old here.
    >> I
    >> did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    >> annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of rosemary
    >> grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the 31st and the
    >> 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my mom's fridge and
    >> left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope she
    >> does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the insulated
    >> bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    >> fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    >>

    >
    > I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    > green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed peas
    > I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to you and
    > yours Julie.
    >
    > Cheri


    Frozen cod fillets - for various reasons fresh cod is nearly unavailable.

    Heat oven to 200 C (400 F) and grease a pan large enough to contain the
    fillets.

    Heat oil in a skillet, lower heat as you add vegetables:
    Saute for a couple of minutes chopped onion (medium size, or half a large
    one) and 1-2 cloves garlic, add a diced celery stalk, a diced carrot, sliced
    mushrooms, a tbsp of capers and a handful of pine nuts. Mix well.

    Place fillets (still frozen) in pan, add salt and pepper, put mixture on
    top, bake for 20 minutes.

    We had some sushi ginger on the side to add flavor.



  6. #6
    Cheri Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    "Bjørn Steensrud" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Cheri wrote:
    >
    >> "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    >>> Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed
    >>> peas
    >>> and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old here.
    >>> I
    >>> did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    >>> annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of
    >>> rosemary
    >>> grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the 31st and the
    >>> 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my mom's fridge and
    >>> left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope
    >>> she
    >>> does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the insulated
    >>> bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    >>> fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    >>>

    >>
    >> I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    >> green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed peas
    >> I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to you and
    >> yours Julie.
    >>
    >> Cheri

    >
    > Frozen cod fillets - for various reasons fresh cod is nearly unavailable.
    >
    > Heat oven to 200 C (400 F) and grease a pan large enough to contain the
    > fillets.
    >
    > Heat oil in a skillet, lower heat as you add vegetables:
    > Saute for a couple of minutes chopped onion (medium size, or half a large
    > one) and 1-2 cloves garlic, add a diced celery stalk, a diced carrot,
    > sliced
    > mushrooms, a tbsp of capers and a handful of pine nuts. Mix well.
    >
    > Place fillets (still frozen) in pan, add salt and pepper, put mixture on
    > top, bake for 20 minutes.
    >
    > We had some sushi ginger on the side to add flavor.
    >
    >



    That sounds wonderful!!! I love Cod.

    Cheri


  7. #7
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    Cheri <[email protected]> wrote:
    : "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    : news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    : > Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed peas
    : > and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old here. I
    : > did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    : > annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of rosemary
    : > grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the 31st and the
    : > 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my mom's fridge and
    : > left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope she
    : > does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the insulated
    : > bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    : > fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    : >

    : I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    : green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed peas I
    : made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to you and yours
    : Julie.

    : Cheri

    I had a livewurst sandwich on low carb pPepperidge Farm "Carbstyle) whole
    wheat and tonight will have a n omelette made with soft-sauteed onions,
    tomato and feta cheese along with some fresh stringbeans that i will
    microwave.

    New Year's Day alone is not much fun, nor ws New Year's Eve, but I did get
    to go to a class this morning so I ws with people and thinking:-) Now
    it's listen to WQXR-the NYC Classical radio staion on my wonderful new
    speakers for the computer whie I write too much drivel like this.

    Wendy-who should stop feeling so sorry for herself:-(

    Well, Happy New Year!!!



  8. #8
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    Bj?rn Steensrud <[email protected]> wrote:
    : Cheri wrote:

    : > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    : > news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    : >> Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed peas
    : >> and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old here.
    : >> I
    : >> did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    : >> annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of rosemary
    : >> grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the 31st and the
    : >> 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my mom's fridge and
    : >> left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope she
    : >> does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the insulated
    : >> bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    : >> fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    : >>
    : >
    : > I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    : > green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed peas
    : > I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to you and
    : > yours Julie.
    : >
    : > Cheri

    : Frozen cod fillets - for various reasons fresh cod is nearly unavailable.

    : Heat oven to 200 C (400 F) and grease a pan large enough to contain the
    : fillets.

    : Heat oil in a skillet, lower heat as you add vegetables:
    : Saute for a couple of minutes chopped onion (medium size, or half a large
    : one) and 1-2 cloves garlic, add a diced celery stalk, a diced carrot, sliced
    : mushrooms, a tbsp of capers and a handful of pine nuts. Mix well.

    : Place fillets (still frozen) in pan, add salt and pepper, put mixture on
    : top, bake for 20 minutes.

    : We had some sushi ginger on the side to add flavor.

    Sounds good! Sometimes I soft-saute vegetables like that in the microwave
    for a few minutes in some oil. doesn't need much watching and it
    relatively fast.

    Wendy



  9. #9
    Karen Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    On Tue, 1 Jan 2013 19:43:07 +0000 (UTC), in alt.food.diabetic, "W.
    Baker" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Cheri <[email protected]> wrote:
    >: "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >: news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    >: > Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed peas
    >: > and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old here. I
    >: > did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    >: > annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of rosemary
    >: > grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the 31st and the
    >: > 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my mom's fridge and
    >: > left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope she
    >: > does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the insulated
    >: > bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    >: > fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    >: >
    >
    >: I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    >: green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed peas I
    >: made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to you and yours
    >: Julie.
    >
    >: Cheri
    >
    >I had a livewurst sandwich on low carb pPepperidge Farm "Carbstyle) whole
    >wheat and tonight will have a n omelette made with soft-sauteed onions,
    >tomato and feta cheese along with some fresh stringbeans that i will
    >microwave.
    >
    >New Year's Day alone is not much fun, nor ws New Year's Eve, but I did get
    >to go to a class this morning so I ws with people and thinking:-) Now
    >it's listen to WQXR-the NYC Classical radio staion on my wonderful new
    >speakers for the computer whie I write too much drivel like this.
    >
    >Wendy-who should stop feeling so sorry for herself:-(
    >
    >Well, Happy New Year!!!
    >


    Wendy, I have to tell you how much I admire you. You show a strength
    and perseverance that is rare. I know holidays are hard after a loss.
    I am clear across the country, but sending you good vibes for the new
    year.
    Take care
    Karen

  10. #10
    Susan Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    x-no-archive: yes

    On 1/1/2013 2:43 PM, W. Baker wrote:

    > I had a livewurst sandwich on low carb pPepperidge Farm "Carbstyle) whole
    > wheat and tonight will have a n omelette made with soft-sauteed onions,
    > tomato and feta cheese along with some fresh stringbeans that i will
    > microwave.
    >
    > New Year's Day alone is not much fun, nor ws New Year's Eve, but I did get
    > to go to a class this morning so I ws with people and thinking:-) Now
    > it's listen to WQXR-the NYC Classical radio staion on my wonderful new
    > speakers for the computer whie I write too much drivel like this.
    >
    > Wendy-who should stop feeling so sorry for herself:-(
    >
    > Well, Happy New Year!!!
    >
    >


    So good to get out to that class and be with others, though?

    I'm sure you'll never stop missing Syd, Wendy. I don't think saying so
    is self pitying, just an acknowledgement.

    HNY to you, too!

    Susan

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    =?UTF-8?B?QmrDuHJu?= Steensrud Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    W. Baker wrote:

    > Bj?rn Steensrud <[email protected]> wrote:
    > : Cheri wrote:
    >
    > : > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > : > news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    > : >> Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed
    > : >> peas and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same
    > : >> old here. I
    > : >> did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    > : >> annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of
    > : >> rosemary grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the
    > : >> 31st and the 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my
    > : >> mom's fridge and
    > : >> left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope
    > : >> she
    > : >> does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the
    > : >> insulated
    > : >> bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    > : >> fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    > : >>
    > : >
    > : > I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin,
    > : > and green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the
    > : > blackeyed peas I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy
    > : > New Year to you and yours Julie.
    > : >
    > : > Cheri
    >
    > : Frozen cod fillets - for various reasons fresh cod is nearly
    > : unavailable.
    >
    > : Heat oven to 200 C (400 F) and grease a pan large enough to contain the
    > : fillets.
    >
    > : Heat oil in a skillet, lower heat as you add vegetables:
    > : Saute for a couple of minutes chopped onion (medium size, or half a
    > : large one) and 1-2 cloves garlic, add a diced celery stalk, a diced
    > : carrot, sliced mushrooms, a tbsp of capers and a handful of pine nuts.
    > : Mix well.
    >
    > : Place fillets (still frozen) in pan, add salt and pepper, put mixture on
    > : top, bake for 20 minutes.
    >
    > : We had some sushi ginger on the side to add flavor.
    >
    > Sounds good! Sometimes I soft-saute vegetables like that in the microwave
    > for a few minutes in some oil. doesn't need much watching and it
    > relatively fast.
    >
    > Wendy


    It was surprisingly bland, actually - I often use butter to saute
    vegetables, but the micro sounds OK, maybe try that sometime. Oh, I have
    actually fried bacon in the microwave! Put the bacon strips between sheets
    of kitchen paper, and watch the oven like a hawk. It works!



  12. #12
    =?UTF-8?B?QmrDuHJu?= Steensrud Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    W. Baker wrote:

    > Cheri <[email protected]> wrote:
    > : "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > : news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    > : > Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed
    > : > peas
    > : > and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old
    > : > here. I
    > : > did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    > : > annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of
    > : > rosemary grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the
    > : > 31st and the 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my
    > : > mom's fridge and
    > : > left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope
    > : > she
    > : > does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the
    > : > insulated
    > : > bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    > : > fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    > : >
    >
    > : I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    > : green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed
    > : peas I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to
    > : you and yours Julie.
    >
    > : Cheri
    >
    > I had a livewurst sandwich on low carb pPepperidge Farm "Carbstyle) whole
    > wheat and tonight will have a n omelette made with soft-sauteed onions,
    > tomato and feta cheese along with some fresh stringbeans that i will
    > microwave.
    >
    > New Year's Day alone is not much fun, nor ws New Year's Eve, but I did get
    > to go to a class this morning so I ws with people and thinking:-) Now
    > it's listen to WQXR-the NYC Classical radio staion on my wonderful new
    > speakers for the computer whie I write too much drivel like this.
    >
    > Wendy-who should stop feeling so sorry for herself:-(
    >
    > Well, Happy New Year!!!


    Hugs! And Happy New Year!


  13. #13
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?


    "Cheri" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    >> Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed peas
    >> and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old here.
    >> I did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    >> annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of rosemary
    >> grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the 31st and the
    >> 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my mom's fridge and
    >> left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope she
    >> does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the insulated
    >> bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    >> fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    >>

    >
    > I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    > green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed peas
    > I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to you and
    > yours Julie.


    Thanks! Same to you!



  14. #14
    W. Baker Guest

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    Bj?rn Steensrud <[email protected]> wrote:
    : W. Baker wrote:

    : > Bj?rn Steensrud <[email protected]> wrote:
    : > : Cheri wrote:
    : >
    : > : >
    : > : > I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin,
    : > : > and green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the
    : > : > blackeyed peas I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy
    : > : > New Year to you and yours Julie.
    : > : >
    : > : > Cheri
    : >
    : > : Frozen cod fillets - for various reasons fresh cod is nearly
    : > : unavailable.
    : >
    : > : Heat oven to 200 C (400 F) and grease a pan large enough to contain the
    : > : fillets.
    : >
    : > : Heat oil in a skillet, lower heat as you add vegetables:
    : > : Saute for a couple of minutes chopped onion (medium size, or half a
    : > : large one) and 1-2 cloves garlic, add a diced celery stalk, a diced
    : > : carrot, sliced mushrooms, a tbsp of capers and a handful of pine nuts.
    : > : Mix well.
    : >
    : > : Place fillets (still frozen) in pan, add salt and pepper, put mixture on
    : > : top, bake for 20 minutes.
    : >
    : > : We had some sushi ginger on the side to add flavor.
    : >
    : > Sounds good! Sometimes I soft-saute vegetables like that in the microwave
    : > for a few minutes in some oil. doesn't need much watching and it
    : > relatively fast.
    : >
    : > Wendy

    : It was surprisingly bland, actually - I often use butter to saute
    : vegetables, but the micro sounds OK, maybe try that sometime. Oh, I have
    : actually fried bacon in the microwave! Put the bacon strips between sheets
    : of kitchen paper, and watch the oven like a hawk. It works!

    On the infrequent occasions that I render chicken fat(used in Jewish
    delicacies like chopped liver and Matzo balls, a kind of soup dumpling), I
    now do it in the microwave. It is a pain however you do it, but it takes
    less time and doesn't leave you with a burnt pot to scrub as you try to
    get the onions and pieces of fat browned after the liquid fat is removed.
    this step is nevessary to give it the correct flavor of well browned
    onions. You just have to make sure that you do it, (even the soft sautees
    vegetables) in a closed container.

    Wendy



  15. #15
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: New Year's food?

    Bj?rn Steensrud <[email protected]> wrote:
    : W. Baker wrote:

    : > Cheri <[email protected]> wrote:
    : > : "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    : > : news:kbu7r4$c7e$[email protected]..
    : > : > Are you making anything special? I plan to open a can of black eyed
    : > : > peas
    : > : > and to eat some at some point today but other than that, same old
    : > : > here. I
    : > : > did make a pot of bean with bacon soup but it's just bleh. And I am
    : > : > annoyed at Angela because we bought two very expensive pieces of
    : > : > rosemary grilled chicken that were supposed to be her dinner for the
    : > : > 31st and the 1st and for some inexplicable reason she put them in my
    : > : > mom's fridge and
    : > : > left them there. So my mom will be eating them. Maybe. I just hope
    : > : > she
    : > : > does actually eat them. I had told Angela to put them in the
    : > : > insulated
    : > : > bag in the back of the van. So how she got, "Put them in grandma's
    : > : > fridge" out of that is beyond me. Gah!
    : > : >
    : >
    : > : I'm having leftovers from yesterday. Turkey, cauliflower au gratin, and
    : > : green beans almondine. I will also have a cup or so of the blackeyed
    : > : peas I made for today, but I'll skip the cornbread. Happy New Year to
    : > : you and yours Julie.
    : >
    : > : Cheri
    : >
    : > I had a livewurst sandwich on low carb pPepperidge Farm "Carbstyle) whole
    : > wheat and tonight will have a n omelette made with soft-sauteed onions,
    : > tomato and feta cheese along with some fresh stringbeans that i will
    : > microwave.
    : >
    : > New Year's Day alone is not much fun, nor ws New Year's Eve, but I did get
    : > to go to a class this morning so I ws with people and thinking:-) Now
    : > it's listen to WQXR-the NYC Classical radio staion on my wonderful new
    : > speakers for the computer whie I write too much drivel like this.
    : >
    : > Wendy-who should stop feeling so sorry for herself:-(
    : >
    : > Well, Happy New Year!!!

    : Hugs! And Happy New Year!

    Thanks everyone. I am just back form another walk and soffee at Starbuks.
    I have a January racket there, as I bought a new Starbucks mug for rahter
    more than it shoudl have cost, BUT, it came with a full month of FREE
    plain coffee(not Lattes. etc) whichis what I dru=ink anyway, caffine in
    the morning and decaf the rest of the day. I can have as many 16 mugs
    full a day as I want!! I shall have the mug more than paid for before
    long:-) It really set me up just fine, and I got to chat with two young
    MS violin students, originally from japan, who were working on music
    homework. I just seem to have to put myself in places where I am among
    eole and often pleasant conversations result. The young women were
    thrilled with my wish to see them in a few yers sharing a stand in teh NY
    Philharmonic Orchestra:-)

    It has been a better New Years day than I expected so now I will go and
    make that omelette, which I am looking forward to.

    Wendy


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