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Thread: Recipes from the World of Figure Skating

  1. #1
    piddlediddle
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    Recipes from the World of Figure Skating


    Yes, my sister is in the process of getting recipes for the cookbook. She has a lot so far but needs more. The first recipe came from Wing and Lowe, she got one (or more) from Elvis, Ann Patrice McDonough, Christopher Bowman, Tonya Kwiatkowski, gosh, I can't remember them all. The plan is to get the book out not too long after Worlds where we can hopefully get more recipes while there.

    There will be a web site with the information soon. Actually it is really ready but we want to have an available date before we put out the web site information.

    Hope you will all check it out.



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    mathman444
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    Re: Recipes from the World of Figure Skating


    I can't wait, the curiosity is killing me. What did Ann Patrice contribute? I don't know why, but I don't think of AP as spending a whole lot of time in the kitchen.

    Since you were intending to use a picture of Yuka Sato on the cover, does this mean that Yuka is in it?

    What about Elizabeth Punsalen? She is a domestic sort; I bet she would contribute.

    I am thinking about her right now because my wife and sister-in-law just saw Jerrod this afternoon in a Michael's Crafts store buying Elizabeth an embossing tool (a heat gun used in various arts and crafts). He was trying to disguise himself by wearing a baseball cap -- some disquise, my wife recognized him instantly by his eyes. They had a nice little conversation, along the lines of, "Well, of course I recognize you. My husband makes me watch every ice skating show that comes on TV!"

    Mathman


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    rgirl181
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    Re: Lucky Mrs. Mathman


    Mathman,
    Re Mrs. Mathman saying to Jerrod Swallow, "Well, of course I recognize you. My husband makes me watch every ice skating show that comes on TV!"

    I daresay that's probably Jerrod ever heard THAT one:lol: He probably went home to Liz and saying, "You won't believe what some woman said to me today!"
    Rgirl


  4. #4
    Joesitz
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    Figure Skaters' Recipes


    Hmm, hmm, good.

    Elvis Stoyko's Quad Casserole (4 ingredients)

    Anne Patrice's Madama Butterfly Shrimp

    Chris Bowman's Show-off Apple Pie

    Tonya K's Camel Kilbassi

    Wing and Lowe - Peaches for a Pair

    What else?

    Joe


  5. #5
    lottafs
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    Re: Lucky Mrs. Mathman


    Sasha Cohen has <a href="http://www.sashacohen.com/recipe.shtml" target="top">recipes</a> put up on her official site. All of them look so delicious <strong>(TO ME)</strong> except that cucumber crap.

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    DORISPULASKI
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    Re: Lucky Mrs. Mathman


    Michelle Kwan had a recipe for some chocolate dessert in a charity cookbook somewhere. If you run through the old MKF
    stuff, they had a thread about it.

    dpp

  7. #7
    Lucky081970
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    Re: Lucky Mrs. Mathman


    Sounds interesting. Cannot wait to read it.

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