Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Lamb Curry and Wikis

Yesterday was my day to take a meal to our friend who just had open heart surgery, and I had made an arrangement to have dinner with an old friend and former co-worker to learn just enough about wikis to be dangerous (read: offer a workshop in them next Sunday).

I was puzzling out what I could make in advance that would still be tasty and easy to heat up and get out to our friend and back in time to get the dinner on the table at our house: Ta Da! Lamb Curry! The recipe is originally from the blue Craig Claibourne NYTimes Cookbook and is one we used at the Fiddlehead.

So: Lamb Curry over brown rice, with a green salad and a fruit salad of mango, blackberries, strawberries, kiwi, and mandarines. some CMS red wine, a shortbread cookie, and long discussions of the difference between blogs, wikis, Google docs, and when to use each tool, and is the universe a better place because of them or should we be concerned about texting and how can we use cell phones or texts to rally a spontaneous ballroom dance on the new roundabout? Many thanks to Tom McKenna for his, as usual, thoughtful comments and guidance on the subject.

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