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[Comments] (6) A recipe for Alyson: I have never tried falafel because I've made before. When I worked at the Cannon center I made it probably three times. Two cans (#9) of chickpeas, a cup of flour, 1 bunch of parsley (actually, cilantro, I think) and a giant glop (1/3 cup?) of bottled garlic in water. Stick it all in the chopper-upper and fry into pancakes. Yeah, so I've never tried it.

I made potato soup today. It was a little bland; I think I put too much water, too. Disappointing, because I spent a lot of time on it. We even cut the vegetables up last night so we wouldn't be eating really late tonight.

See, I always write about cooking. Rachel is giving me French lessons (instead of writing her paper) and I have sniffle-ies.

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Posted by Rachie at Mon Oct 27 2003 21:39

And to think, you used to be more advanced en francais than I.


But I have been torutured with it more recently.


So it goes...

Posted by rachie at Tue Oct 28 2003 01:54

PS did you see that Mme Bousquet says hi? And congrats for getting married.


And BTW, I read you bio info and it is incorrect: Tonks belongs to me. Or I belong to him, depending on who you ask. It is only the stupid no pet code keeping us apart.

Posted by Alyson at Thu Oct 30 2003 20:53

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Posted by Alyson at Thu Oct 30 2003 20:58

Phew--I finally got through. I've tried unsuccessfully to post numerous times. The Cannon Center never served falafel while I lived in the dorms. The times have changed, I guess. What size is a #9 can? Just curious.


Sorry about your failed potato soup. Few things disappoint me like mediocre food that I've invested a lot of planning and time into.

Posted by Susie at Thu Oct 30 2003 23:06

#9 can is those huge ones that cafeterias use. Costco sized.

Posted by Alyson at Fri Oct 31 2003 18:25

I was afraid of that.


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