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Saturday, July 07, 2007


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archana, mama of twins

she is beautiful! Congrats on the new addition.


What a wonderful blog you have.
Great photographs. You should consider doing food photography professionally.
Yours is a very clean and very enticing style. Just what we need more of.

Thanks for your kind words. We have had Aasha now for 8 months... She is adorable. As much trouble as she can be, her wanting eyes, can make us melt even when she has done something terrible and needs to be disciplined big time.

Your cabbage, green peas and bell pepper recipe brought back years of making it for my father. HE loves it and now it seems everyone who has ever eaten it. We make it with carrots and potatoes at times as well.

I wish one could post on your blog without having to register with gmail. someday, I will create an account with them.

Wish you much joy with the twins and in your life in Seattle and memorable times in the kitchen.

archana, mama of twins

Hi Suvir

I fixed my blog so you can post anonymously. I can totally see Aasha giving you her "look". I had a dog that gave us his famous look that made every family member melt!

Thank you so much for the kind compliments on my photography and blog. I am a complete amateur at both cooking and photography so it means a lot to me. I just have a digital SLR, loads of shots and one out of 10 maybe presentable!

All the best with your lovely kitchen, waiting for eggs and cooking.

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