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« Mai Pham+Chai Siriyarn+Peanuts+Lime+Tofu+Cilantro = Pad Thai | Main | Grandma and a grand host »

Tuesday, March 16, 2010


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Very well said! Great job and she is truly humanly amazing. We met her in Tampa at the Hard Rock and saw her show. Cat is definitely very down to earth and has a very kind soul. Best wishes on the new book...I'm going to get it right now!


mmmm, I love salade nicoise in any permutation - will have to get her cookbook. The color of the dressing in that glass bowl is breathtaking.

suvir saran

The salad looked great. I wanted to reach out and eat it. Found it difficult to behave.
And yes, the dressing looks lovely.
I too need to get the book, and cannot wait to go get it.

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