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  • Wednesday, March 14, 2007
    I wish I were Greek
    Beloved is having one of his "international" weeks. He got a new cookbook from the library, and he has been exploring. Tonight was our third dinner from the Greek cookbook.

    And I am in love.

    He asked all of us tonight, "out of the three meals I made from this cookbook, which components were your favorite?"

    Hmm. What are our choices? The Moussaka? The lamb stew in parchment sacks? The chicken with yogurt/mint sauce and onions? The fried zucchini with cucumber garlic sauce?

    E said the Moussaka and the zucchini.*

    Actually, J said the same thing.

    What did I say? "The Meats and the vegetables." Becuase really. If I have to choose one as a fave, aren't I implicitly choosing one as a NON fave? And none of them are my NON faves. I love them all. I don't want to live my life if ANY are missing from my future.

    This is some damned good food.

    I have no links to the most recent meals. I'm hoping that my going on and on about his delicious experiments will inspire some new posts from him about it. The food was more than deserving.

    * Look! My pet peeve (asteriks) is becoming a staple! When the girls were little, my ex-mother-in-law used to always say stupid things to the girls, using "zucchini" as a stand in for "the grossest most disgusting sarcastic alternative." "What do you want for dessert tonight, girls? Ice cream or zucchini?" Seriously, zucchini was ALWAYS the stand in, meant to represent the world's WORST alternative. But we eat (and ate) zucchini all the time. And my poor daughters never understood.

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