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April 26th, 2008
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For all you foodies
Lynne Rossetto Kasper, host of The Splendid Table Public Radio Show will be at Schoolcraft College in Livonia on May 10 1-3 p.m. doing a cooking demonstration.

"Tickets are $45, and are available at the Michigan Union ticket office and all Ticketmaster outlets, at ticketmaster.com, or by calling 734-763-TKTS (734-763-8587). Proceeds from the event will benefit Michigan Radio, the public radio service from the University of Michigan."

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Date:April 26th, 2008 03:42 pm (UTC)
Are you a foodie?

I sometimes listen to _The Splendid Table_ but I'm just not that interested in it, despite the fact that I'm more interested in cooking than I used to be.

But if it floats your boat (or canoe) more power to you!
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Date:April 26th, 2008 08:40 pm (UTC)
Peter's post below is close to my thoughts. Part of my reason for the post is that Peter is a Professor at Schoolcraft College. And I do listen to her show from time to time.
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Date:April 26th, 2008 04:29 pm (UTC)
I'm always impressed how she makes things I wouldn't touch in a million years sound so deliscous "once you 've lightly heated the rats' eyes just enought so pupils cloud over, drizzle the fresh slug mucous over them--you're so lucky that you live in the pacific northwest, with those big banana slugs that make it so easy to collect the mucous. The result is incredibly succulent, but you don't want to overcook the eyeballs or they will end up being chewy. This dish goes great with toenail clippings, but be sure to dry the clippings in a warm oven overnight--just over room temperature--if you have an old-fashioned gas oven you're in luck, because the pilot light will keep it warm enough so that the clippings will give a crunch that nicely complements the juicy rats' eyes. You're in for a real treat!"
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Date:April 26th, 2008 04:45 pm (UTC)
Gee, for once that's a possibility for me; I plan to be in that half of Michigan that day!

And Kodie the Rat is very much alarmed: she's never heard Lynn mention rat preparation before, but still . . .
. . . from her point of view, there are already enough things in this world that eat rats, Thank You Very Much, and there is No Need to teach more humans how to acquire the taste for her kind!
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