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June 24, 2007

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Lydia

Happy blog birthday! Must have been something in the air one year ago -- so many food blogs (including mine) started in the same week. Looking forward to another year of My Plate or Yours.

Mary

Happy blogiversary. Looks like you've been having a great food month. Tell us more when you get a chance. And get us that recipe for pork stuffed pork. My heavens that looks good.

Kalyn

Wow, so mamy birthdays and other milestones. Congratulations on all counts, and it does sound like you've been celebrating with some very wonderful food.

Ed Bruske

Like the sound of that stuffed pig, and the bacon of course...

The County Clerk

Happy birthday!

Don't feel like a bad blogger, feel like a good "life-live-er." I'm no foodie but I just LOVE reading about all these things you eat and make.

Makes me hungry.

The Crepes cake... wow.

That's worth driving for.

Who is this lady? Does she have a restaurant or something? How do I get a Crepes Cake?

The County Clerk

100 posts... and all of them have been remarkable. No filler or fluff.

You should feel very good about what you've accomplished here.

Congratulations.

H

suburban gourmet

I'll take the vegetables! Wow! They look awesome.

Cynthia

You were missed. Thanks for catching us up. Have a good one with your friends.

The County Clerk

Seriously...

How do I get one of those cakes.

T.W. Barritt

Wow - shouldn't have read this before breakfast! The red potato salad looks excellent!

christine (myplateoryours)

Lydia, thanks! Guess that makes us the Class of '06.

Mary, I wish I could get that pork stuffed pork recipe. I watched him make it, but I am pretty sure nothing was written down. And when I told him to put it on the menu, he says it's far too much work. Bummer!

Kalyn, thank you. It's been a tasty couple of weeks.

Yeah, Ed, the bacon, of course!

And thank you, too, Hank. Wish I could tell you how to get a crepes cake. My pastry chef friend Krissy Tallent (Restaurant Tallent in Bloomington) made it for me. It was the first time she ever made it and I am not entirely sure she's going to go through that again. There was some serious crepe making involved, but God it was wonderful!

I'm with you, Matt. The vegetables are my favorite. Made them again night before last and we're still enjoying them.

Thanks, Cynthia. It's been a while since I've seen all these old friends.

Thanks to you too, T.W. The red salad is actually the beets and pistachio vinaigrette. But they were both really good!

Lisa (Homesick Texan)

Looks like I'm a bit late to the party but happy blog birthday!

I tried to access the Bloom article online, but no luck. Do you know when it'll be available? I asked my grandmother for her mother's fried-chicken recipe (Great-Grandma Gibson's fried chicken was legendary) and here's the first step: "Go to the yard, choose a chicken and wring its neck." Doesn't get much fresher than that!

Susan from Food Blogga

Happy birthday! You're not a bad blogger; life happens and we understand! Thanks for the series of delicious pics.

christine (myplateoryours)

Thanks, Lisa. Guess the Bloom piece isn't archived but they are redoing the website and I'll lobby for more of the magazine going up. Love your Great Grandma's recipe -- no hormones or antibiotics in that chicken!

And thank you too, Susan. Life does happen, but does it have to be a such a furious pace?

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