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RDJ-- Crab Avocado Salad, 03-01-00  Recipe du Jour
 Mar 01, 2000 04:18 PST 
Volume 3      Number 52

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1-1/2 cups flaked fresh crabmeat
1 (10 oz) pkg frozen tiny peas, thawed
1 (8 oz) container dairy sour cream
4 green onions, finely chopped
6 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp ground black pepper
2 avocados, sliced

Combine all ingredients except avocado; gently toss. Chill thoroughly. Serve
salad on avocado slices. Yield 8 servings.

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Rich’s Note:   The fire escape on our rented house on Kaighn Avenue was
black, peeling black paint with splotches of rust and pigeon droppings. I
remember my young uncle pulling a mattress out there on steamy summer nights
and letting me sleep beside him three flights up from the alley between us
and the saloon. The old brick walls radiated heat from a long day of sun. I
was six or seven then and sleeping out on the fire escape was a big
adventure. Spending time with my uncle, home from reform school, was also a
thrill. We had played cowboys and Indians all evening while my grandmother
worked the night shift and my mother sang with a band in a honky tonk bar.
My uncle had a zip gun made from whittled wood, a piece of small pipe taped
to a groove in the wood, tin, and a nail. I remember him trying to shoot
roosting pigeons and streetlights. My grandmother never knew, but I remember
a few years later taking a long bus ride with her to visit my uncle in
prison. I haven’t thought about that zip gun in years. I only think about it
now because of the rash of school shootings that plague us. Toy guns were
always enough for me; and when I was older and the army gave me a real
weapon I lost my fascination for them altogether. To make sure I remembered
correctly, I searched the Web last night and found directions for making a
zip gun complete with drawings. I was amazed at how easy it was. You see, I
cringe every time a trigger is squeezed. I jump at the bark of a weapon
firing. I cry for the lost lives of children. I mourn for the shredded
innocence gone forever from those who survive.

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Yesterday I reran a Simply Tim story entitled “Community Coffee”, in which I
lamented my physiological and psychological loss of a fine local Louisiana
coffee when I moved to Maryland. Last week I discovered Community Coffee had
established an ecommerce site, where I purchased my all time favorite
coffee: “In-between Roast” in the red bag. WHOA! This morning, as I write
this Simply Tim, I am happily sipping a cup of outstanding déjà-vu. For
those interested, the site is:


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Tomorrow I’m beginning a two week vacation in Florida, where I’ll be
visiting Mom, Dad, and yes— even my sister, Pat. I’m taking several pounds
of Community Coffee along for gifts, just in case Mom wants to make me some
really special coffee…

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