The Onion's twitter feed following the supposed hack

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Stir fried squid with green onions, ginger and mushrooms
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Raw vegetables with goat's curd

Serves 4-6 or more as snacks

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Queenies with radishes and ponzu

Serves 4

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Turbot chop and coconut curry

Serves 4

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Japanese asparagus and duck's egg omelette

Serves 2

Chawanmushi by Rose Carrarini

What's for supper? Chawanmushi

Ingredients

Herb-crusted rack of lamb with lamb faggots

Herb-crusted rack of lamb with lamb faggots

Serves 4

Easter black badgers with green onions and wild garlic

What's for supper? Pasta with Sardines

Ingredients to serve 6-8

Mushroom, wild garlic and ginger broth

Serves 4-6

Koshari

Serves 6-8

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