View of the plates created at The International Culinary Center on November 15, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for The International Culinary Center)
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GATESVILLE, Texas - How about some tuna nachos for your Super Bowl party? It's one of the recipes from women serving time in Texas. Six female convicts have compiled an unusual cookbook "From The Big House to Your House."
One of the recipes is for tuna nachos. Inmate Celeste Johnson says it sounds disgusting but
it grows on you. Prison cooking isn't easy.
The women don't have access to a stove, refrigerator or a knife. Anything that needs heating must be done in a hot pot, which warms water but not to the boiling point. After all, boiling water could be used as weapon against a guard, or another inmate.
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Salary hikes for Maryland’s next governor, members of the General Assembly and other statewide officials elected next year are set to be decided next week by two compensation commissions specially appointed for this task.