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    Saturday, March 24, 2012


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    Kathy Gori

    Those look great!! Have fun in the rain in Napa .. You're just over the hill from us.. I know this doesn't but last weekend was glorious


    We get farm-fresh eggs from friends--there's no comparison to the store-bought ones! Every time I crack one open, I'm amazed all over again at the rich dark yellow of the yolk. Delicious! Am looking forward to someday trying a goose egg for breakfast. It's on my list. :-)

    Tom Thibeault

    Those eggs look DIVINE! I am sitting here in a meeting in Boston drooling!


    Poor you, stuck in the Napa Valley. ;-)

    Suvir Saran

    yes, poor me, when I am stuck in Napa Valley.
    And poorer me, when eating duck and goose eggs from our farm.
    Life is tough, and I am happy to sacrifice my pleasures so the rest of those I know, can have better lives.

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