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    Monday, April 26, 2010

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    Zoë François

    Suvir, reliving that meal through these pictures has me feeling like a kid in a candy store all over again. I can not thank you enough for introducing me to these wonderful people, who make food with an artistry and joy that is absolutely inspiring.

    Suvir

    Zoe, having you at the farm, seeing you work tirelessly to make breads, dough and to do all needed to make the fund raising classes for the Battenkill Kitchen a success was truly amazing.

    You are quite inspiring yourself. You have left an indelible imprint on our community and many will celebrate you with each loaf they bake.

    Thanks for everything. Bringing you to Depot 62 was the least we could have done. It is a special restaurant with a very special team behind it. We are blessed to have them and you in our life.

    Stacey

    This place looks very intriguing, Suvir. Thanks for alerting us! Will definitely stop in to Depot 62 on my next visit to Manchester. The Roman Beans look divine...

    Stephanie Rigione

    I remember going to this place with you; their food was excellent!

    suvir saran

    Yeah, I remember us being there. What was your favorite?
    How are you?
    Missed seeing you while I was in MA.
    Cannot wait to see you sometime soon.
    In India right now.
    Back week after next.

    Did you see what Charlie has been up to?

    Stephanie Rigione

    I'm great, I'll be in NYC when you are back-- a reunion is in order! I'm glad I'm back checking this blog now that school is over. I'll continue to see what you and Charlie are doing!

    suvir saran

    Would love to see you.
    You should plan on coming up to the farm. That is so much more fun.
    But we would LOVE to see you in NYC.
    Let me know if we can help you in any way with your move. How exciting that you are going to be a Manhattanite soon. Good for you!

    Glad you are checking up on the blog. It is fun to know we have you around us, even if only in the blogosphere.

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