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The Friday 56


Welcome to Week 20 with me!


Rules:
*Grab a book, any book.
*Turn to page 56.
*Find any sentence that grabs you.
*Post it.
*Add your (url) post below in Linky.

It's that simple.


Cake Boss - Buddy Valastro

PAGE 56:

One night, the family prepared an enormous feast for us; the centerpiece was capreto (baby goat), which Freddy's father, Mario, procured from the family farm, slaughtered, and cooked on a spit in a wood-burning oven.

Comments

  1. Um, ick! LOL I'll have mine up in the morning. :-)

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  2. Can't say that I've ever eaten goat, but it sounds like a wonderful family celebration!

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  3. Eww...goat? Now the cake on the cover looks yummy :)

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  4. Well, the cake part looks good...not so sure about the goat! LOL

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  5. I think it's a cultural thing. A long time ago I tasted barbecued goat and it was good. Looks like a great book. I love cookbooks.

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  6. Hi Freda,
    I read that book last week. Really enjoyed reading about the author's life. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Just Books
    http://sherriesbooks.blogspot.com/2011/03/friday-book-memes.html

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  7. Umm, that doesn't make me want to try baby goat either. Thanks for the image, now I just have to somehow get it out of my head. LOL!

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  8. Never have really gotten into goat that much yet. I've tried it a few times, but maybe it wasn't well prepared. When I've eaten it, it has mostly been fixed in stews, but I was not at all impressed.

    Reading food books makes me hungry.

    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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  9. I love mutton, goat is probably close enough.

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  10. Hi!

    "Let all that you do be done with love."

    1 Corinthians 16:14

    pg132 of "God's Wisdom For Mothers" compiled by Jack Countryman

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  11. I have tried goat and it was pretty good but I would prefer not to know where it came from I think. I like the cover.

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