Here's my recipe… I spent a lot of time eating borscht at Ukranian cafes in Toronto, figured it might be nice to have some now. Anyway, this is just made up so I have no idea if it'll turn out:

  • Cover some beets in water and turn on the stove
  • Toss in a lot of garlic, an onion, a whole carrot, pepper, salt, celery, whatever, zucchini, etc.
  • When it reaches a boil, let it simmer for about half an hour
  • Take out just the beets and the carrot and put them in cold water.
  • Peel the beets, grate all of it.
  • Put the grated stuff back in the soup.
  • Add some lemon and some more water if you want.
  • Eat it an hour later

I have simple tastes. What can I say… I admit though that I'm not so much a fan of cold borscht so I will maybe be cheating a little when I eat it hot…

Oh, and I've been working on the new article for some time next week. It's titled (I'm not kidding), “What 'the Modified' can learn from Satan“. It's actually pretty good, I think people will enjoy it (and yes, you can be a Christian and still “get” the article — no human sacrifice required!).

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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