Month: June 2009

Fried sweet and sour calamari


Okay, okay, so I’m not a great photogrpaher, and the tablecloth was a bit flowery and fruity. These pictures are a dish of fried calamari with a wonderful hot sweet and sour sauce. Great for a a quick luncheon. The guys drank Corona (a wedge of lime in the bottle), the gals had a glass […]

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Announcing: Screw Iowa’s Blog and Southern Womens Review


Hear ye, hear ye! http://www.screwiowa.com has added a new blog and has revamped the website. Check it out. Poet of the Week is Marie Lovas, and Preston Allen is our current Master and we’re looking forward to posting Lynne Barrett next. I’m happy to announce that two of Screw Iowa’s Members’ work will appear in […]

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Hot scallop dinner and cold leftover scallop salad


Hot scallop dinner and cold leftover scallop salad Hot scallop dinner and cold leftover scallop salad I made scallops one night for dinner (2 lbs. of the fat ones, if you can get the pink, that’s twhat I sued and they are sooooootasty!) and a luncheon salad two days later with 1 lb of the […]

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3 Coleslaw Recipes


It’s almost summertime!Three Coleslaw recipes because I love it! Recipe # 1Sweet Coleslaw1 tablespoon of white wine vinegar1 teaspoon of sugar or substitute Splenda½ cup mayonnaise (I love Hellman’s)6-7 cups of thin cut or shredded cabbage1 cup of thin cut or shredded red cabbage2 scallions thinly sliced, or may use or ½ small sweet Vidalia […]

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The Kentucky Wedding Summary


Here it is: Nico and Katie’s Wedding Weekend! The weekend began on Thursday afternoon, May 21, 2009, when our guests started arriving in Kentucky, home of the famous blue grass and rolling hills, but only after we had finished dashing around Louisville finishing off Katie’s “to-do” list. This list was as long as pony’s tail […]

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