Re: [gardeners] Aubergine & Clay bakers

Dick Tripp (
Sat, 20 Jun 1998 09:46:21 -0700 (PDT)

Gayle:  I am surprised that in bi-lingual Alberta that you did not know
what "aubergine" was :).  Also, surprised that you would want to eat it.
Like eating tofu..I gather school must be out, so enjoy your summer.
PS  How is the little "mouse hound" doing?

On Fri, 19 Jun 1998, Gayle Fields wrote:

> I just bought a long wanted clay baker.  I have two questions:
> 1.  One of the recipes calls for a "aubergine".  Anyone know what this
> is?
> 2.  Has anyone out there ever cooked a prime rib or any other cut of
> roast in a clay baker?  I need to know times per pound and any other
> hints as I would like to cook a prime rib for my Dad on Father's Day.
> Thanks, Gayle
> -- 
> "Etiam sciurus caecus quasdam nuces invenit"