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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Do you think it was my soup?


We ate this turkey soup last night while watching the Red Sox. Here's what I thought: cool evening, nourishing soup, transportable to TV if served in deep bowls. It all worked out well. That is, except the outcome of the game.

There's more soup for tomorrow's game but I feel compelled to change the menu.

Superstitious? I could teach the Sox a thing or two.

Posted by Sheryl Julian at 04:00 PM
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