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Saturday, May 14, 2011


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OK. Now I'm very hungry. If the truck were here's I'd be there all the time!


Lovely food, lovely people.

My stomach is growling and so I am. I hope you're HAPPY!

: D


Hi Suvir,
I haven't been able to look at your blog much lately, as the vidio clips just don't load into my humble, rural dial-up internet connection. But here I am at the library, able to finally see some of what you have been up to...

Thought you might like to know this: ever since you posted your Dal and seasoned rice recipes, I make them at least once or twice a week. Now that my son is home from college, he is in heaven knowing that he can always go into the fridge to find some rice and dal to snack o.

Next step will be teaching him how to cook it himself. Adn BTW, in the dal I am using frozen tomatoes grown last summer on Seth's ASA farm.

jorge arechiga darder

hola tito, que gusto me dio el saber por donde andas, espero que charlemos un poco, un abrazo.

jorge arechiga darder

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