Chapters 3-4 — The Count of Monte Cristo

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  • Heather
  • Dumas
  • February 12, 2016

Episode Notes

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 Got Clocked!

| Crafty Bits|

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2:53

Jambalaya here:

 Jambalaya! Jambalaya!

Blood Oranges

mmmmm…blood oranges!

3:55

Alton Brown Marmalade – good for Blood Oranges

8:20 Erica’s Pork

Simpler than Dawn’s jambalaya, and a tad underdone, but it sure was yummy! Erica's Pork 11:40 * The Amazing Irish Interactive Map * Murphy of Ireland 16:45 * Dawn – More Briar Rose Loveliness * Jenny the Potter Mugs – Dawn Version, Heather’s Version 22:36 Erica – Brass Needles “Finishuary” contest thread * Boring orange socks project page * Entrelac scarf project page 24:33 * Blanket project page * Stitches West is 2/18 – 2/21 in Santa Clara, CA.  Erica can be found in the ](http://www.dizzyblondestudios.com/) booth, #1033 all Friday morning and all daySunday.  Two samples of her shawl pattern Fangirl will be on display, and hardcopies of the pattern can be purchased there. (Electronic copies are available on Ravelry.) * A sample of Erica’s Garcia’s Cowl pattern will be on display in the Lux Adorna Knits (http://www.luxadornaknits.com,  formerly Pepperberry Knits) booth, #938 & 1037, right next door to Dizzy Blonde Studios.  Electronic copies of the pattern are available on Ravelry.

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| Book Talk – 15:40 |

Paris From the west — Île de la Cité Île de la Cité shortly before sunrise, West View 140320 1.jpg By Daniel Vorndran / DXR, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31704254 From the East — Île de la Cité Image-Notre Dame de Paris on Île de la Cité Edit 1 - July 2006.jpg By Diliff – Own work – Taken by myself with a Canon 5D and 24-105mm f/4L IS. This version has been brightened., CC BY 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1114396

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