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  • Corn Stuff aka Scalloped Corn...but it doesn't seem to fit

    American Food Party!

  • Scalloped Potatoes seemed like they would hit the spot except without onions or cheddar I had to improvise with garlic and goat cheese.

    2009 November archive at

  • Scalloped, swirling and ornate, it sees the ever-pliant Manon as an object of grande-luxe sensuality.

    Manon – review

  • Scalloped potatoes and spinach bread for breakfast*.

    World so cold. Cats so affectionate.

  • For instance, my work Young Scalloped Hammerhead Shark Wounded came out of a very shocking image I saw in a newspaper of a wounded shark floating in water.

    Portrait of the artist: Maggi Hambling, artist

  • When I was in MD for a visit, I requested my mom's Scalloped Squash Casserole and then hi-jacked the recipe.

    Tex-Mex squash casserole | Homesick Texan

  • Scalloped eyelet, called galloon embroidery, had decorative edging on both sides of the fabric, great for a fuller skirt.

    Sea Escape

  • Scalloped corn, stewed tomatoes, rice pudding and milk.

    Papa

  • Scalloped-edged black and white photographs recreated the half-forgotten world of the sophisticated young Manhattanite who loved "making a sensation" outfitted in clothes designed by her mother, a couture dressmaker with a shop on Madison Avenue, who had come to America alone as a teenager and worked her way up to being a respected business owner, a rare accomplishment in those days.

    Lily Koppel: How I Slipped into a Young Woman's World From the 1930s...

  • Scalloped, yes, but awesomely creative with the frame and everything.

    The Great Cupcake Cake Debate Continues

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