On Thu, 11 Aug 2005 11:11:10 -0400, Margaret Suran
Duh'Wayne Boatwright What's so tasty about lobster... the claws and legs are sorta somewhat flavorful on their own, even the shell has flavor, but the tail is like...
Blueberry Lemon Cobbler
Blueberry Lemon Cobbler For The Crust 3 cups of self-rising cake flour 3-4 cup of unsalted butter 1 1-4 cups of buttermilk For The Filling 3 pints of fresh blueberries 3-4 cup of sugar...
~ ~ ~maxine in ri Vinyards ~Maxine, dear, is there a bakery or a chocolatier near you who makes ~something special? I have a bakery near me, Orwasher's and I ~frequently bring (or used to, when I traveled more often) freshly ~baked Russian Pumpernickel for the friends or relatives who welcomed ~me at the airport, since that had to be fresh and needed to be frozen ~as quickly as possible. I would stop at that bakery early in the ~morning of the day of departure. For others, there were boxes of ~Ruggelachs from the same bakery, something that kept for several days.
If only I lived in New York! I'll check out the Italian shops, since much of what we're known for is from "da Hill." Caserta's Pizza there might be something.
~Are you going to see all your friends as soon as you arrive or are you ~going to travel from one friend to another and so on?
Turns out two sets of relatives are ganging up on us, and plan to take us out to dinner the day we arrive. Then the next day we'll mosey on up to Orlando to stay with the other rels, after I meet with a foodie from a mailing list in Boca. The other days will be (I think) Universal, Sea World, shopping for gifts to bring back home, and if The Lovely Mrs Schaller is correct, we'll probably also visit Kennedy Space center, and stop by the Everglades.
What, us plan too much? NEVER!:-0
~With or without hostess gifts, have a wonderful time in Florida. As ~you know from experience, the hosts are more interested in their ~guests than in what they may (or may not) bring. :o)
True, but it's always nice to bring something that elicits a smile.