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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to the Wild Arugula Cafe
PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 12:20 pm 
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It's cold and snowy today, so we are having a special on soups, stews, fresh baked breads, and hot beverages! I'm starting a fire in the fire place right now. Pull up a chair and have something warm! Tell me what you want, and we can make it for you!
So far I have made:

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Miso soup
French lentil soup
3 been chilli

focaccia
scallion sesame rice dumplings
french bread
corn bread

tea
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hot apple cider

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scallion sesame rice dumplings sound really good.

What was the "3 been chilli"?

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Here are some scallion sesame rice dumplings tofulish. Are you asking what are the 3 beens in the chili? They are black beans, kidney beans, and chick peas. It is thick, spicy, filling, and tasty!

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I'm starving! Can I start with some corn bread? I could go for a hot cocoa too.

I'll order my entrée in a few minutes!

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It's cold and snowy today, so we are having a special on soups, stews, fresh baked breads, and hot beverages! I'm starting a fire in the fire place right now. Pull up a chair and have something warm! Tell me what you want, and we can make it for you!
So far I have made:

Minestroni
Miso soup
French lentil soup
3 been chilli

focaccia
scallion sesame rice dumplings
french bread
corn bread

tea
coffee
hot chocolate
hot apple cider

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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to the Wild Arugula Cafe
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Here is your mug of hot coco and a plate of corn bread paprikapapaya. Enjoy!

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I'll have the three bean chilli and some focaccia please.

Do you do chai tea?


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The corn bread was lovely! I'm ready for the French lentil soup now please.

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bigpinkjellybean wrote:
I'll have the three bean chilli and some focaccia please.

Do you do chai tea?

One bowl of chilli, a plate of focaccia, and a chai tea. Of course we do chai tea! We love chai tea!

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Oooh, brilliant! Thank you very much.


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paprikapapaya wrote:
The corn bread was lovely! I'm ready for the French lentil soup now please.

Good choice, the French lentil soup is very good today.

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Oooh! I love chai tea! I'll have a cup as well. And what is for dessert?

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Chai tea for you tofulish.
Dessert:
Hot apple pie with vanilla coconut ice cream
Warm pear bread budding with custard sauce
Individual chocolate volcano cake (has a warm melted chocolate center)
Chocolate fondu with bananas, oranges, strawberries, pound cake, candy cane joejoes, and sweet and sarah marshmallows for dipping

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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to the Wild Arugula Cafe
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Whew! I can barely fit anymore in, but I think that pear bread pudding sounds divine. Could you please bring me a serving?

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Pear bread pudding for you paprikapapaya. If you can't finish it, we have compostable "to go" containers that dtbk carved out of gourds!

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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to the Wild Arugula Cafe
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Thanks, that was deeeelish. I think I'll just sit here for a while and see if I can fit some dessert in in a bit.


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Can I hang out here for the next three weeks? I need a cozy place with windows to finish writing my thesis.

I've had such a craving for Mexican food. Yum!, beans & guac. Can you make me a plate of anything to go with that corn bread, and bring a cup of warm horchata, please?

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bigpinkjellybean wrote:
Thanks, that was deeeelish. I think I'll just sit here for a while and see if I can fit some dessert in in a bit.

Stay as long as you like. It's too cold, windy, and snowy to go back out there. You can curl up with some blankets on the couch. Or, if you want to work up an appetite for dessert quicker, I can put you to work in the kitchen!

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Can I hang out here for the next three weeks? I need a cozy place with windows to finish writing my thesis.

I've had such a craving for Mexican food. Yum!, beans & guac. Can you make me a plate of anything to go with that corn bread, and bring a cup of warm horchata, please?

I will set aside a table especially for your study purposes for the next three weeks. Here is your warm horchata. I've never had horchata warm before. What a nice idea. I'll have a cup too! If you are craving Mexican, would you like: black bean and soy curl enchiladas in mole, yellow rice, refried pinto beans, a bowl of sancocho, and/or corn chips and tostones with guac, mango salsa, and mushroom ceviche?

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lutin wrote:
Can I hang out here for the next three weeks? I need a cozy place with windows to finish writing my thesis.

I've had such a craving for Mexican food. Yum!, beans & guac. Can you make me a plate of anything to go with that corn bread, and bring a cup of warm horchata, please?

I will set aside a table especially for your study purposes for the next three weeks. Here is your warm horchata. I've never had horchata warm before. What a nice idea. I'll have a cup too! If you are craving Mexican, would you like: black bean and soy curl enchiladas in mole, yellow rice, refried pinto beans, a bowl of sancocho, and/or corn chips and tostones with guac, mango salsa, and mushroom ceviche?



My goodness! Yes. If you have the time, sit with me and we can sip the horchata together. You're wonderful company. :) Thanks for making such a cozy space! And such delicious food! I'm sure to get my work done here. That all sounds wonderful. One thing -- Could I have more refried pinto beans instead of the yellow rice?

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You can have all the refried pinto beens you want lutin. I'll be happy to sit and sip horchata with you, but I don't want to distract you from getting your writing done, so just tell me to shut up or go away if you really need to concentrate!

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Hmm, I just wandered into the kitchen and found a pot of stew that I don't remember making. Which means, either I've been sleep cooking again, or someone snuck into the kitchen, made a pot of stew, and snuck back out. It smells good. Is anyone brave enough to taste the mystery stew, cause I'm kind of scared of it!

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Mr. papaya is working until 11pm tonight and I don't want to cook dinner for just myself...so I'm going to cozy up near the fireplace and I'll have a bowl of that mystery stew!

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Rhizopus Oligosporus wrote:
bigpinkjellybean wrote:
Thanks, that was deeeelish. I think I'll just sit here for a while and see if I can fit some dessert in in a bit.

Stay as long as you like. It's too cold, windy, and snowy to go back out there. You can curl up with some blankets on the couch. Or, if you want to work up an appetite for dessert quicker, I can put you to work in the kitchen!


Oh dear - I fell asleep under the blankets! Can I take some of the chocolate dessert to go please? I think I'd better go home and sleep.


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I wish I had room for mystery stew! But I'm going to get the warm volcano cake instead...

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Paprikapapaya: Let me know if this stew tastes ok, and what you think might be in it please!
Bigpinkjellybean: This is your chocolate dessert to go, and also a hot chocolate to sip on the way home. Please be very careful commuting in all this snow and don't fall back asleep till you get home! Unless you are riding a train or bus, then it's ok to nap as long as you don't miss your stop.
Tofulish: Enjoy your volcano cake. I'd probably choose that over mystery stew too!

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