@formergr I've made a lot of frittatas in my day, and I have never put yogurt in any of them. Any sort of milk or cream is fine. You can probably even omit the dairy all together.
@Mira The snake heart description made me gag something fierce. Poutine râpée doesn't sound so bad now.
@ponymalta I'm a a weird in-between place with cilantro. I definitely get the soap taste, but only if it's in large quantities. I have a tube of the pre-minced stuff in the freezer, and a little squirt in a stew or beans is very nice, but too much or fresh cilantro does make everything taste like a dishwasher.
@Killer Kitties I think you're saying you have an issue with MSG, but on my first reading I thought you were allergic to Parmesan cheese. And I was like, just Parmesan, or all cheese?
I read an article recently about an organic, vegan, sweet potato-date muffin that contained ALMOST 1000 CALORIES, YOU GUYS!
The muffin weighed over half a pound.
Well, I liked it. I thought it was just over-the-top enough.
This one is about a girl who is raped or almost raped at - I think - a sorority party. The sorority has something to do with Athena (or possibly Minerva), or her handmaidens. The main character has grey eyes, which another character keeps bringing up because of Athena. I believe the assault happened on an island, and the girl escaped by kicking the dude in the junk and swimming away. I think everybody hates her after that because she refuses to join their sorority/club. Possibly her mother had been in that club.
Later she's cornered in her house by said dude, and when the phone rings, she gives the caller a lot of misinformation, which tips the caller off so they can come rescue her. (She pretends that she needs help in a class, when in reality she's the best at that subject.)
Aside from the details this sounds a bit like Speak, but it is not. This would have been published no later than the late 90s.
@yeah-elle BSC: Stacey's Ex-Best Friend? Stacey might have attempted to copy Laine's New York fashion in that one, but I can't remember. I do remember that Laine thought it was babyish to wear red to a Valentine's dance, though.
@jennastra That is one of my favorite YA books ever. Definitely get a new copy.