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August 26, 2005

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Linda

What a great entry and these look gorgeous! Thanks so much for participating in this month's IMBB!

Cath

Hi Linda! It was a great theme -- thanks for hosting!

joey

I loved your "deep south" stories! That fried turkey sounds incredible...almost to the point of "myth-dom" :-) The wontons sound yummy! I hold no aversion whatsoever to fried food...I love them, especially with mayonnaise!

Cath

Thanks for nice words Joey! Yep, fried turkey is unbelievable -- and it's almost time to eat some! :-) Thanks for coming to the site -- Enjoy!

Ruth

I love the fried turkey story. Not sure I'd try this at home given the dangers, but you tell a mean tale.

I guess I'll have to wait until I'm down south to taste some.

Cath

Ruth, thanks for coming by! Well, turkey season is almost upon us -- maybe a trip south is in order? And I have to tell you -- if you think regular turkey leftovers are great -- last year the bonds of friendship were strained when we attempted to divide leftovers with our guests....

Rayeanne

I was at a beautiful outdoor party this weekend and someone brought a very interesting dish....we didn't know who brought it but thought it was something like deep fried soy w/ a dill dip....is there a recipe out there for something like that??

cath

Rayeanne, I don't think I've ever heard of something similar...when you say soy, do you mean soybean, as in tofu? If so, I imagine you could roll it in tempura and fry it that way, then make a dill and soy sauce? Let me know if you find something..good luck!

Rayeanne

Cath,
Thanks...I will look into it that way!! Yes, it was soybean they were talking about!!! I'll post again if I find anything!!

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