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Sunday, November 19, 2006
Chef on a Shoestring
Snay is coming for dinner tomorrow night so we can watch "49 UP", the latest installment in what may be one of the most important cultural and sociological experiments ever undertaken in filmaking by Michael Apted. The ultimate look at whether the long held British class system predetermines a person's future. I was glad to be able to introduce Snay to the series and am looking forward to watching the next installment with him. It's the longest reality show in the world, and without a doubt, the most engrossing.

What he doesn't know...until that I'm also going to give him a cooking lesson. We all know he can make a mean pizza, and perhaps a terrific apple desert, but every bachelor should have one, knock 'em dead, classic culinary ability in their repertoir to impress the ladies.

So, tomorrow night, with a modest, starving student budget of $20 for two people (not including wine), he is going to help me prepare a feast you would be pleased to have in any restaurant, and we should be able to pull it all together in a half hour.

Stay tuned........
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