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    « New year, new thinking, new beginnings, new recipe, new tastes - new life! A reflective guest-post by Ellen Tarver | Main | Young in years, sage in spirit, inspiring in his actions »

    Thursday, January 17, 2013


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    Mary Ann Joulwan

    This article and its photos are fantastic!
    What wonderful and creative dishes, what gorgeous presentations, what amazing photography and what smart and insightful writing. You can be proud, Suvir.
    Sent by - and in your words -
    "the hostess with the mostess" . . .

    Mary Ann Joulwan

    The Mistress of Spices

    I love this cookbook, though I haven't cooked from it yet (just got it). It looks like you had a lovely lucky your guests were!


    A lovely birthday to say the least. 40 gifts from Charlie? You are a lucky man.


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