Jury Duty for the LDG

Finally, I have been seated on a jury and get the opportunity to see how a trial works when you’re not one of the attorneys, as I once was. But have no fear: a couple of things are cooking on the back burner and will be posted soon.

Cooking for Dummies? Not!
Stay tuned for The Leather District Gourmet’s ideas on how we can stem the tide of cooking ignorance cited in the WaPo article “Cooking 101: Add 1 Cup of Simplicity.”

Frozen delicacy proves existance of God.
Also in the wings, artisanal gelato. Pull up a spoon, you won’t want to miss this one!

~ by jacqueline1230 on March 20, 2006.

2 Responses to “Jury Duty for the LDG”

  1. Congrats! (If, as it appears, you are looking forward to serving). I have only served once, but enjoyed it thoroughly. As corny as it sounds, I felt very patriotic fulfilling my duty etc. Of course, that was before I started working in a law firm and seeing how the law really “works.” Regardless, I’d love to be called again. As they say, a bad day at the beach (or at jury duty) is better than a good day at work!

  2. Okay, making cookies for tomorrow’s deliberations…still looking forward to hearing from folks about the Gelato piece. What flavor would you most like to see? What flavor would you be?

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