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Paulie Pimples was Punched in a Pool

Episode: 402

Aaaaand we’re back. Today on this remote, but LIVE, Cooking Issues, we all compare our college experiences and Dave explains why he once had to stay up 72 hours straight for school. Also, stories of toppling Al Pastor, workarounds for a crappy oven and a listener writes in to recommend their own Classics in the Field. Plus; Austrian vs. French pastry deathmatch and today’s Classics in the Field: The Mary Frances Cook Book: Adventures Among the Kitchen People

And if you haven’t gotten enough of Dave today, check out MOFAD’s unhappy hour this afternoon to support MOFAD’s membership drive.

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Paulie Pimples was Punched in a Pool

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