Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Garlic chicken and orzo

First, I finished reading book #3 for January. This one was






7 comments:

  1. I've never read any Toibin, but I have at least one of his books on my TBR stack. Lately I keep stumbling across interviews with him, and he seems like an interesting guy. The chicken and orzo looks fabulous.

    There's a "reactive" and "catalyst" joke to be made about Peanut and Bailey, but I'm just not coming up with it.

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  2. Really, I can't imagine how Tóibín could have written what he did the way he did it without having lived at least some of it. I could be completely wrong, and that would just make him that much better in my eyes.

    Peanut whimpered continuously for the 90 minute class while no other dog did. He had a pile of toys beside him that were supposed to distract him while no other dog did. He learned his training in about 30 seconds so that he could get back to his whimpering without any delay. Bailey promised him he would get through this over and over again. Next week's class if focused on how to get your dog to stop whimpering.

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  3. Five bucks says that Peanut would stop whimpering if you let him chew on the other dogs' ears.

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  4. I think he was nervous because there were just so many ears he was going to have to get through.

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  5. Hehe for a Bailey teacher! I'm wondering ... can you send me that recipe? Not for the dog ears. For the chicken. It looks fantabulous and I need new recipes.

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  6. Michelle, I'll send you the recipe right now. :)

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  7. Davin, Mighty Reader and I want this recipe, too! Send it please!

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