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January 14, 2006
Posts of the Week
Too Many Chefs post of the week

All NEW! Improved! Now with great flavor of FISH! It's the Posts of the Week. We took a few weeks off there, but we're back in 2006 with a vengence and the fury of a thousand white hot suns. Who is the object of our attention this week? Well, glad you asked that...

A. We start with Dr. Biggles and MeatHenge We're bending the rules here and going back further than a week (just by a day or three) to read his entry on rehabilitating a mangled knife, but we skipped a couple weeks in there so I think it's fair.

1. Or are you one of those people who are now Bitchin' in the Kitchen? You can join Rosie, a self-proclaimed "40 year old fat chick who loves to cook and bitch." Her latest evil plot is to aid global warming with the help of Rosie's Bean Soup, a mix of Great Northern beans, ham hocks, and onion. Simple and delicious.

I. We like simple and delicious, and with the new year, we're all looking for light healthful low calorie dishes after the gluttony of the holiday season. This Chocolate Truffle Cupcake recipe at 80 Breakfasts most certainly does NOT qualify. Look at that chocolate ooze out! Good lord. Contrarians rejoice. I think I'll file this recipe away for a little later in the year when there's less of me to feed. Wow.

And so we start off 2006 with three fine posts for your perusal and enjoyment. For the new year, I resolve not to pick a post that I don't enjoy greatly. You should resolve to come back next weekend for three more posts from some of the best sites in the food blogosphere.

Posted by Barrett in Maryland at January 14, 2006 7:39 AM | TrackBack
Comments

Hay, that's me up there. What's going on? Hey, I'm famous on the Internet! Wahooo!!

Now if I can learn to stop accidentally cutting myself I'll be doing just fine.

Biggles

Posted by Dr. Biggles on January 14, 2006 at 10:52 AM

Thanks!

I feel famous today! That gives me a valid excuse to buy a new stockpot from Amazon and hire an assistant chef to chop onions.

Posted by Rosie on January 14, 2006 at 11:07 PM

Biggles - I hear you're huge in Japan, too.

Rosie - Glad to help promote the expansion of the global economy!

Posted by Barrett on January 15, 2006 at 12:31 AM

I really loved the rehabilitated knife post. I am pretty sure I said so on your blog Biggles, but if I didn't, I am saying so here.

Posted by Barbara on January 16, 2006 at 1:32 PM

Dr. Biggles I'm pretty sure that I unfeelingly read the post, thought it sounded great and forgot to tell you how great it was. I'd better go do that now!

And if you find the secret to not accidentally cutting yourself I'd greatly appreciate it if you let me know before you patent it. Or after if the cost is less than my annual income...

: )

Posted by Meg in Paris on January 16, 2006 at 2:36 PM