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December 02, 2010


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I always admire great cooks. The way the economy is going...we'll all be foraging so you are a good person to know LOL

Audubon Ron

Great idea but I'll still be getting my collards at Win Dixie. Happy Holidays!

Chesapeake Bay Woman

The wild table sounds like dinner at my house any given night and it refers to the participants, not what's being eaten, although they are usually foraging for something edible on the plate often without success.

Can't wait for the next installment of the Foolery Guide to Giving!


Huh. I thought "foraging" meant "rooting through the fridge and/or pantry and cobbling together something that may or may not pass for a meal." Well... I admire anyone who can do that out in the wilds of the world!

I can hardly wait for the next installment of the FOOLHOGG.


I kinda like FOOLHOGG too.  : )

Marcy Massura

A lot of really cool people live in Fooleryland.

And can I stop laughing over the appropriately named FOOLHOGG?


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