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Wednesday, July 11, 2007

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Matt

I'm enjoying reading your blog and looking at the lovely photos, Suvir. Keep 'em coming.

Matty

Suvir

Thanks Matty!
welcome back!
Hope you had fun in Japan and India and wherever else you travels.
fill us in...
sorry I missed you in NYC.
Hope you had fun.

Suvir

Matt Christensen

Thanks Suvir:

I had a great time and got to collect some Japanese recipes as well. Come back to Minnesota soon - I know Cooks would love to have you again!

Suvir

Well you should share some with us.
stuff we can make with ease at the farm... with a limited pantry.

will be at Cooks in November I believe.

Suvir

Lynette

Thank you for this fantastic article, makes me want to come in to see Auntie "M's" patio. Thank for the invitation, you are so kind, hope to see you soon. Love, L

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