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This week's Friday Five have a simply Marvel-ous source.

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Whatcha got cookin'? This week's Friday Five ask for yummy foods representing various methods of food prep. I had a lot more trouble with the questions than I should have done, but I think that's par for the course at this blog. My answers below, but first, this:

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There! That was MUCH harder than expected.

Cease and desist

This week's Friday Five are entitled "Can’t Stop Won’t Stop." I'm guessing that's a musical reference -- which, being me, I can't identify. I *do* get the intended theme, though: habitual behavior. Here's some of mine.

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Red, white, and bleh

This week's Friday Five use Independence Day as their point of departure, and the overall theme is "freedom."

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Oh, wait; I'm sorry. Have I digressed? I believe I was doing a freedom-themed Friday Five. Back to that.

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Fun with food

If I hadn't already re-christened my blog with the name, I'd have called this post "I'll have what I'm having," because its theme has to do with favorite ways to dress up food. Yes, it's last week's Friday Five, and yes, I'm five days late. What can I say -- guess I'm too darned busy sleeping in and not teaching to get to everything on time! :-) On top of that, it took the whole weekend just to sort out my thoughts about the first question: as the "Queen of Condiments" (ask anyone who's ever looked in my fridge), I had much to consider.

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This week's Friday Five were entitled "Sprung." Here are my very belated answers.

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New name

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Who are you?

The Distracted Woman's Daybook (54)

Wow, "Daybook" seems to have become a semi-annual feature. My last one was in January. Let's see if I remember how it's done:

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Back turn

Today's the Preakness, and the Friday Five for this week all employ horse-y or racing metaphors. Ready?

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"Poetry and Hums aren't things which you get, they're things which get you. And all you can do is go where they can find you." -- Winnie the Pooh (A.A. Milne)

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