From Too Many Chefs -

October 9, 2005
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Too Many Chefs post of the week

The One. The Only. The Original. (Well, one out of three on that, actually...)

We do the reading and you sit back and enjoy the fruits of our research:

a. First off, I can't help but tip another nod in the direction of a (relative) newcomer to my corner of the world, Michèle of Oswego Tea. She posted nearly simultaneously with me on a similar theme: reproducing her favorite Campbell's soup to combat a nasty cold. Guess that cold really was making the rounds of Paris.

1. Next, there is a fascinating explanation of lobster butter on Butter pig. It looks messy, very messy. I love people who, like me, can't resist using every last tiny scrap of a good product. I'm (almost) tempted to give it a try myself. (Did I mention it looks messy?)

i. Barrett recently added Orangette to our list of blogs and I'm glad he did. Because I am absolutely charmed by the Egg and Beer Friday concept. I like the recipe, too. And I like the description of the little guy with his new words (hey, I'm a new-ish mom myself and easily charmed by tot stories, so sue me). Too bad my dear husband hates eggs...

Hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did finding them! Barrett will be back next week with his killer instinct for the strange and beautiful...

Posted by Meg in Sussex at October 9, 2005 2:38 PM | TrackBack

Meg, I'm so glad to meet a fellow believer in eggs-and-beer night! If only Paris and Seattle were a little closer together, we could set the kids up on a Friday night playdate and crack open a beer or two!

Posted by Molly on October 9, 2005 at 8:18 PM

Hi Meg, very kind of you to mention me. Cheers to the magical powers of soup! I wouldn't be suprised if we shared similar cures for other ailments as well.. :)

Posted by michele on October 10, 2005 at 3:04 AM