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  • (Love Cook) Love Cook is Ai Otsuka's third album released on 14 December 2005 under the Avex Trax record label. It was released in four formats: CD only, CD+DVD, CD+Photobook and CD+Picture Book. The latter two are limited to 150,000 copies each, and feature different sleeve case covers.
  • A complete episode or period of play, typically ending in a definite result
  • (game) a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
  • (game) crippled: disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"
  • A single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, esp. in tennis
  • (game) bet on: place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"
  • A form of play or sport, esp. a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck

~ Just in Love ~
~ Just in Love ~
# 101 WAYS to show you love somebody 1. Tell the other person that you love them 2. Give or get a hug 3. Make sure the other person feels important and respected 4. Kiss when people are looking 5. Kiss when people aren't lookin 6. Tell the other person that you care7. Hold hands 8. Go for a long bike ride 9. Give a special present 10. Be there when they need a friend 11. Spend time together 12. Go to see a film 13. Walk arm in arm in the woods 14. Make a special tape of love songs 15. Talk about your feelings 16. Share dreams with each other 17. Snuggle up together 18. Sit together in the park 19. Take a walk together 20. Go out for a meal 21. Have a picnic 22. Play a game of frisbee 23. Give compliments 24. Relax in a jacuzzi 25. Go swimming 26. Just be close 27. Go shopping for food 28. Cook a meal together 29. Touch each other in a loving way 30. Do homework together 31. Plan and go on a trip together 32. Throw a party together 33. Bake a cake 34. Go to the library 35. Browse in a museum 36. Just be there 37. Find out what's special for the other person - and do it 38. Exercise together 39. Gaze at each other 40. Wash each other's cars (or bikes !) 41. Go fishing 42. Talk to each other 43. Listen to worries 44. Cut each other's toenails 45. Choose a special favourite song 46. Listen to joys 47. Hold one another close 48. Catch their eye 49. Write one another letters 50. Talk on the telephone 51. Trust one another 52. Give or receive a ring 53. Meet each other's family 54. Go hiking together 55. Make sacrifices for each other 56. Send chocolates 57. Respect each other 58. Go for a moonlight walk 59. Hide a love note where the other will find it 60. Give each other sexy looks 61. Write a poem 62. Send flowers 63. Eat dinner by candlelight 64. Go to a concert 65. Watch the sunrise together 66. Remember anniversaries 67. Give each other pet names 68. Go sightseeing 69. Rent a video 70. Do things for each other without being asked 71. Propose marriage 72. Whisper something nice into the other's ear 73. Be best friends 74. Have fun together 75. Go out dancing 76. Play music together 77. Flirt with each other 78. Laugh at something funny together 79. Be faithful 80. Impress each other 81. Make a list of things you like about each other 82. Read a book and discuss it 83. Meet each other's friends 84. Go horse riding 85. Cook each other's favourite food 86. Find out what makes each other happy 87. Make presents for each other 88. Wash each other's hair 89. Watch the sunset 90. Go for a bus trip 91. Have a request played on the radio 92. Send a funny card 93. Share your plans for the future 94. Play footsie 95. Share private jokes 96. Think about each other 97. Find out what makes the other sad 98. Go skating 99. Swap rings 100. Share an ice-cream 101. Have your picture taken together
Living. Loving. Local.
Living. Loving. Local.
Joel launched his Living. Loving. Local. project with the #LLLSecret dinner at Beast Restaurant on Feb 28th. 5 chefs, 5 vintners, a lot of very happy guests! First Course: Charcuterie from each of the 5 chefs served with 13th Street Cuvee Rose Second Course: Wild Boar Face and Guinea Hen Tourtiere, House Ketchup, Pickled Elderberries, Shaved Fennel from Scott Vivian, Beast, served with Fielding Winery wine. Third Course: "Chupe De Chorizo" - Latin-American stew, Smoked Wild Boar Chorizo Yukon golds & garbanzos simmered in coconut, fire roasted tomato & charred red pepper broth. "Mystery bird" lime dumplings & boar cracklin''; Side of Salsa de Fuego Sofrito from Rossy Earle, Personal Chef, served with Lailey Vineyard 2008 Syrah Fourth Course: Hand minced game sausage "en crepenette"; Guinea hen mouseline with smoked boar belly, braised cabbage and grain mustard from Jason Bangertner, Luma and Canteen (O&B) served with Ravine Vineyards wine. Fifth Course: Mead Braised Wild Boar Shoulder, Hush Puppies with Caramelized Onions, livers and crispy skin with black pepper thyme honey drizzle, Slow-cooked Southern Greens(with smoked wild boar bits), Buttermilk Mashed Sweet Potatoes From Steve Wilson, Executive Chef at The Summit Golf and Country Club, served with Rosewood 2008 Chardonnay Reserve Sixth Course: Wild Boar Carbonara: Smoked wild boar noodles w/ crackling crusted deep fried poached quail egg. Southern Fried Quail over buttermilk biscuit with wild boar and smoked apple sausage gravy. From Tom Davis, The Stockyards Smokehouse and Larder served with Rosehall Run wine. Seventh Course: Doughnuts rolled in Wild Boar Bacon and Sugar and filled with Maple Curd. From Rachelle Vivian, Pastry Chef at Beast Restaurant served with Karlo Estates Van Alstine 2008 (Port Style)

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