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RDJ-- Spicy Brussels Sprouts, 04-23-12  RDJ
 Apr 23, 2012 20:08 PDT 

Volume 15      Number 76
US Library of Congress ISSN: 1530-3292

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Spicy Brussels Sprouts

1 pound Brussels sprouts
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 small jalapeño pepper, seeded and chopped
1 garlic clove, minced
1 tablespoon sugar

Cut each Brussels sprout in half, and slice into shreds.

Melt butter in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add jalapeño
pepper and garlic; sauté until tender. Add sprouts, and sauté 2 minutes.
Sprinkle with sugar; sauté 1 more minute. Serve immediately. Makes 4

(nutritional info not available)

Rich's Note:   They Saw It

While I was stuck in traffic on my way to work last week, hoping to
catch a glimpse of Space Shuttle Discovery, my son Luke and his family
got an earlier start and took a speedier route and got to see it. And
got their picture in the local rag (no disrespect intended).

Well, the publication misidentified Kylie as Olivia and used a shot that
hid Katie (Luke's wife) and Olivia. However, if you click on one of the
links below, you'll see Kylie, Luke, and baby Piper. Oh, and Kylie is
seven not six.



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from Wendy

Simply Tim: "Small UberVictories"

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Do You Remember?

How Do You Do It
Gerry and the Pacemakers 1964
Words and Music by Mitch Murray (who also wrote "I'm Telling You Now"
Freddy and the Dreamers; "Ballad Of Bonnie and Clyde" for Georgie Fame
and the
Blue Flames; "Hitchin' A Ride" for Vanity Fare; and "Billy, Don't Be A
Hero" for Bo
Donaldson and the Heywoods)

How do you do what you do to me?
I wish I knew
If I knew how you do it to me
I'd do it to you

How do you do what you do to me?
I'm feeling blue
Wish I knew how you do it to me
But I haven't a clue

You give me a feeling in my heart
Like an arrow passin' through it
'spose that you think you're very smart
But won't you tell me how do you do it?

How do you do what you do to me?
If I only knew
Then perhaps you'd fall for me
Like I fell for you

<instrumental interlude>

You give me a feeling in my heart
Like an arrow passin' through it
'spose that you think you're very smart
But won't you tell me how do you do it?

How do you do what you do to me?
If I only knew
Then perhaps you'd fall for me
Like I fell for you
When I do it to you

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