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July 16, 2008

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Julie

All in all, that sounds like a most satisfying way to spend a holiday -- although I can so imagine the frustration of finding a wonderful farmers' market and not being able to take full advantage of it! To date the best farmers' market I have seen was in San Francisco in 1996. I was staying in a hotel with no access to anything to cook with and it killed me to have no way to take advantage of all that gorgeous produce. (I only wish I'd brought some vegetables back with me in my carryon luggage.)

Andrea

I just found your blog, and I have to say, it's already one of my very favorites. You write so wonderfully and your posts are so informative, that I have literally started reading from the beginning. I feel so inspired!

Julia

Haha, it does look like a Fisher Price clock!

I'd love to see your little notebook. I have lots lying around and I take one with me pretty much everywhere now, just for food notes. The other day I was given some notes of my Husband's Grandmothers to look through. It was so fascinating to look through them. I hope to blog about them soon.

Baking Soda

Oh how I know that feeling! Or be stuck in (in our case anyway) a tent and not have access to an oven.. Aaargh!
Did you really make a Nutella-like spread? I'd love to see a recipe of that chocolate raspberry jam, my raspberries are ripening as we speak...

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