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    Sunday, November 28, 2010

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    rose levy beranbaum

    as the perfect host suvir never fails to be he sent a care package of biscuits and jars of jam for my dad whom we were visiting after leaving the marsala farm. he even included a care package for us.

    Suvir Saran

    Did I really? Glad you were able to share in the biscuit adventure. I cannot wait to see what you do to the recipe. Or perhaps not. But I know either way, Brett's family recipe is in very good hands with your creativity.

    Saira Malhotra

    Very inspiring. I have been contemplating making jam for a while now but the 'time' it would take to make it always deters me from moving forward. Thank you for reminding us how investing a little time can allow seasonal moments to live on even when the season is over, 'like summer in a pot of jam'. Both the jams and biscuit look like heaven xxx Saira

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