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    Originally posted by Edward
    Hi!
    I'm new here! I was suggested this place by someone from the ISN News Forums. I've believe I get direct contact with JMS here, yes?
    Welcome.

    I haven't seen him post here. I believe he only posts to certain newsgroups.

    Originally posted by Edward
    Anyway, my question today is when Garibaldi is introducing Franklin to the Bagna Cauda he mentioned something about desert. I'm jsut curious... What was the desert he was talking about? I was thinking of having the Bagna and the desert for my next Birthday Party!

    /Edward
    I don't think the desert is ever specified. I'd recommend just choosing one from an Italian cookbook that looks good.
    Schlock Mercenary: comic space opera

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    JMS posts to the Usenet newsgroup rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5.moderated.

    As for an appropriate dessert with bagna cauda, I'd recommend cannoli.

    Amy

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Edward
      Hi!
      I'm new here! I was suggested this place by someone from the ISN News Forums. I've believe I get direct contact with JMS here, yes?
      Hi Edward, and welcome.

      No, JMS doesn't post here and, as far as we know, doesn't read these forums either. JMS posts on Usenet, mostly on Rec.Arts.SF.TV.Babylon5.Moderated though he pops up on a few others also. You can check with your ISP as to whether they offer newsgroup access.

      Anyway, my question today is when Garibaldi is introducing Franklin to the Bagna Cauda he mentioned something about desert. I'm jsut curious... What was the desert he was talking about? I was thinking of having the Bagna and the desert for my next Birthday Party!
      I just checked the Dining on Babylon 5 (Human Edition) cookbook and I'm afraid that there were no desserts in Garibaldi's section of the book.

      Jan
      "As empathy spreads, civilization spreads. As empathy contracts, civilization contracts...as we're seeing now.

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      • #4
        A question about (or to) Garibaldi.

        Hi!
        I'm new here! I was suggested this place by someone from the ISN News Forums. I've believe I get direct contact with JMS here, yes?

        Anyway, my question today is when Garibaldi is introducing Franklin to the Bagna Cauda he mentioned something about desert. I'm jsut curious... What was the desert he was talking about? I was thinking of having the Bagna and the desert for my next Birthday Party!

        /Edward
        Mr. Garibaldi... What ever it is, it can't be that bad...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jan
          No, JMS doesn't post here and, as far as we know, doesn't read these forums either.
          I think we all believe this to be the case, but it was curious to note JMS mentioning this site by name in one of the DVD commentaries. (something about post counts)
          *Den-Sha*

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bonehead
            I think we all believe this to be the case, but it was curious to note JMS mentioning this site by name in one of the DVD commentaries. (something about post counts)
            JMS does search the archive when he wishes to check on what he said in previous postings.
            Andrew Swallow

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