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Monday, January 23, 2006

As 'Twer a Miriam up to Nachos

Miriam Haskell, the reportin', retortin', liberty belle/sea island siren conducting school board raids in the everglades, has a new blog about food at the Fayetteville Observer: Eat, Drink, and Be Miriam. Her writing promises to provide time-saving tips, shortcuts and simple recipes so that I have more time to come up with stellar puns and post titles.

When I think of Miriam and food, I think of eating cous cous and lamb at the Djemma al-Fna square in Marrakech (above). Her mom is also the first person who I ever heard soaked her hair with honey and olive oil.

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