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September 25, 2006

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Debbie

Yum Yum. That sounds great. I may try that this next weekend. Thanks for sharing.

Old Dominion Tory

Excellent recipe, Mrs. Peperium. A superb autumn dish. Thank you for posting it.
Cheers,
Old Dominion Tory

Robert the Llama Butcher

But, but....discard the garlic? Why?

Going to try this regardless!

The Maximum Leader

Sounds wonderful. I've printed it out to try...

If I had to guess why the garlic is discarded... Could it be because overcooking at high heat could make the garlic turn bitter?

Sqn Ld A.K.B. Cusack, &c.

Mrs. P, do you think you could manage roast guinea fowl with stuffing as the entree for the Annual Regimental Do of the Imperial Flying Corps?

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