and i guess i hated them through my young adulthood as well. somewhere along the line though, i grew to love them with a passion. red, golden, makes no never mind. not the canned ones and i don't even know if they sell frozen ones, i'm talking FRESH ones. ones you roast in a bit of olive oil and salt and pepper (and that's just about all they need). i came across the following recipe on
simply recipes and am going to try it just as soon as i go shopping again (i just went friday and alas, i ALMOST bought some beets, but i didn't).
very nice! (i do own several of nicky's books and love each and every one. a while ago i knitted up one of her scarves and gave it to my friend (also named) nikki as a wedding scarf (not to wear down the aisle mind you. i was from vogue knitting, anniversary issue (i think it came out a couple of years ago)
pic: entitled 'tree cozy', this incredible crocheted outfit was made by carol hummel, took 500 hours from start to finish, and stood for 3 years outside cleveland heights city hall until just recently.
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my name isn't yo
the reformed pirate herself
no bad stuff here
no bad shite here - NEVER EVER the reformed pirate is only interested in food, humor, animals, books, movies, music, knitting, crafts and her houseboy/chauffeur raul these are direct quotes from people who have read the reformed pirate: "i don't just love heathcliff, i AM heathcliff" "it sure is fun being hep" "get the hell away from me"