Ever since she moved into her petite practice kitchen, she’s been working on sauces (Bechamel, Meuniere, des Tomates), roulades, sundry amusebouche, hors d’oeuvres, pasta, crème caramel, and Proustian madeleines. The madeleines especially are just as one remembers. Buche de noel could be on the holiday menu too! La bouche de Lefty is an infallible guide to delight. Some day she will be able to say these words, and order off an à la carte menu. For now, “umami” is her favorite word and she repeats it all day long like a mantra. Or is it “yo, mama?” Sometimes her pronunciation is difficult to understand, as when she is twirling her pasta between mouthfuls. We just say, “Yes, chef!”
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Callahan Mine cleanup continues
Major work set for this summer
Blue Hill Public Library
Wild Sun Catchers—Seaweed
Lobster tales and lobster facts featured in two new local books
Andrew Gove’s memoir and the Roops’ new ABC
Solar farm application leads to discussion of local ordinance
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Lefty Fourchette, cuisinière
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SPCA pet matchmakers visit Blue Hill for adoption event
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At Home Round Robin auction benefits elders-in-need
Sales generate $5,000
Pushcart Press releases third book by McCall
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Golden seeks campaign finance reform, ‘good for democracy'
Raises $2.8 million for campaign, despite misgivings
American Academy of Arts and Letters honors Henderson
BROOKLIN—Earlier this year, Bill Henderson almost threw the letter he received from The American Academy of Arts and Letters in the trash.
ONE-EYED HANDYMAN NAILED AS SERIAL KILLER
Monster preyed on old women
Juanita Broaddrick, Found New Life As A Trump Defender
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The Power Of Group Workouts
Get a workout partner (or three) and watch your fitness levels soar!