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Re: Scanning and naming photo files
Posted by: Betty (ID *****9989) Date: January 25, 2010 at 07:05:06
In Reply to: Re: Scanning and naming photo files by Gary Adams of 4315

Gary,

I know this is not exactly the right forum for this, but your mention of cooking pig in a Cajun microwave oven brings to mind something I have thought of several times. You might know.

Back in the late 1950s or early-1960s, there was a little, round Cajun man that had a cooking show on PBS on Saturday mornings. He wore a funny, beat up hat, and he mostly cooked in a big black pot out of doors. He always added "just a little bit" of LA Hot Sauce to the pot, and then proceeded to dump in three or four bottles of the fiery stuff. (What we get today doesn't hold a candle to the heat the earlier recipe had.)

Do you know who I am talking about? I can't remember his name.

Betty


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