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Food art critic Billy Joe Fudge renders astute assessment

Comments re photo 74008 Epicurean Kentuckian Make do poorhouse warmed over breakfast

Billy Joe Fudge offers critique:
But such an artistic presentation. It carries a certain visual, pierian effect and appears to be much more palatable than most retread meals. --
Thanks: Appreciate the comment even before any splaining was put on the picture. It is the work of my first wife, who never admitted what a great cook she is to avoid Potluck Entrapment. In some circles, it is unwise to admit one can type or make good "potatis salad." - EW

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