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    Default Paula's food blog !?!?!?

    Bryron wrote about it in today's report.
    Looking forward to following it and trying some of the recipes.
    http://www.thesaucysoutherner.com/

    I believe it contains the elusive "troutfest bean recipe".

    BTW, Paula, congrats on your food awards!
    -Cody

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    Tomato Pie looks great! May have to try that one this week!

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    I can't get past the apple/bacon coffee cake!! Dang that's a fat mans dream right there bacon and cake!

    LRO needs to add cooking classes to go along with fly tying and fly casting. I know where I would be

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    Thanks, Cody...I need all the followers I can get!

    bhrt, that tomato pie is to. die. for, if I do say so myself.

    Rodonthefly, I was just telling Byron tonight about some plans I have for marketing some stuff under The Saucy Southerner brand and he suggested setting up part of our shop as a commercial kitchen for me to do it in.

    Thanks, you guys. Really. I was just tickled pink with the ribbons.

    Paula

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    Paula,

    Wow! I haven't checked out the blog in a while, and I just had to show the wife some of your recent entries. All those dishes look great.

    I actually just finished eating my wife's version of Ricotta and deer sausage stuffed shells.

    Gonna have to request that she cook the apple maple bacon coffee cake. Congrats on the award.

    I have been meaning to ask Byron when we are invited over for dinner.

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    Byron is lucky, in so many ways The best thing my wife makes for dinner is reservations
    "Have no fear of perfection - you'll never reach it."
    Salvador Dali

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grannyknot View Post
    I believe it contains the elusive "troutfest bean recipe".
    I've got it but ain't sharing it.
    Jason

    jasonkelkins at yahoo dot com

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    You DO?

    Really?

    I'll publish it, if y'all want it...it's not a big deal.

    Paula
    The Saucy Southerner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paula Begley View Post
    You DO?

    Really?

    I'll publish it, if y'all want it...it's not a big deal.

    Paula
    The Saucy Southerner
    You emailed it to me after Troutfest a couple years ago...great dish.
    Jason

    jasonkelkins at yahoo dot com

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