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Lentil and Root Vegetable Soup This turned out great, although I substituted quite a bit due to the availability of certain vegetables in my area.
I substituted celeriac for turnip, daikon for parsnips, and zucca pumpkin? Additionally, and perhaps most importantly, I added about a teaspoon of caraway and fennel seed, as felt it was lacking a little something at Matt Re: The Great British Baking Show: All Seasons please start a rumor.
The First Pumpkin Pie sort of Sounds like truly something weird that might even set my expensive rent apt. Only for mega rich yupsters and their huge kitchens, and huge budgets for ingredients you can't even find, nor even know what they are, see the pompous British Baking Show!
The First Pumpkin Pie sort of What the hell is the custard portion of the recipe, totally unclear here, and star anise anyway???
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In the poem, Lazarus depicts the Statue of Liberty as a woman who is welcoming all of those who need a home, and she names her the Mother of Exiles.