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June 08, 2007


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Maine is the only state on the eastern seaboard that I have not been to. Perhaps a trip is in my future. Some of my best antiquing was done in New Hampshire. We actually planned a trip around Salem Mass., one year and the kids still talk about it. They loved it!


I eat lamb. I eat anything as long as it's good. So I will be experimenting though not good enough yet to enter your comp. Had lamb at a posh wedding yesterday. It was so tender, a big chunk on the bone.How do you do it like that and what do I ask for at the butchers?


I had my first broad beans from the garden this evening - they tasted fabulous - I wish I'd planted more.


I would love to have a go at in the bag. I will hopefully make the deadline will try my best. Can't wait too see the other dishes.


Sounds lovely, not sure I'll be contributing (time constraints + sick chicken = frazzle!) but can't wait to see what people come up with. At our local farm shop they sell the most succulent delicious lamb. Yum!


I's hoping to support this event, after missing the last one, due to being away from home so much. Challenging, but I'm sure I'll get my head round it!


Scott at Realepicurean

Message to all: If you don't like one or more of the ingredients for whatever reason, why not substitute it with something you do? It's more fun to join in than to follow the rules...


If my kitchen is done soon, I'll definitely be in!

Victoria May Plum

Looks like a fun event.
But we don't eat meat either! Never mind meat substitutes can be found I'm sure. Our broad beans will be ready in about a week, I can't believe how quickly they grow.
And our potatoes are coming on a treat.
Growing veg really is great fun. I bet that you will be busy in your new garden soon
Victoria x


This is a great "In the Bag" - love the items! I found last month difficult. I will be on vacation for the rest of the month, but will look for the round up when I return. Have fun with your first hosting!

Amanda @ Little Foodies

Yummy! I know just the thing...


Love broad beans too but don't eat meat. Love broad beans gently steamed, popped and tossed in olive oil, balsamic vinegar and mint, eaten when warm. Yummy!
Kim x


Sorry can't play don't eat lamb but love broad beans especially raw just out of their pods.

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