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Thursday, June 09, 2011


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Sandra Gutierrez

Dear Suvir,

As you mourn your loss, it is heartwarming to witness how the power of wholesome and delicious food and of Maria's beautiful words can bring comfort in moments like these, for food is sustenance not only for the body but also for our hearts. Wishing that you continue to heal and that memories dear, held closely in your heart, continue to fill the void left by such a monumental loss. Having Maria's book by your side will undoubtedly make the journey a bit sweeter. Best wishes for you and yours.

Carolyn C.

Dearest Suvir-

I just recently learned about your papa--so sorry you and your family are dealing with this loss. Thoughts and prayers being send to you from Minnesota... blessings to you. xo CC


Suvir - So sorry to hear about your dad. Such a young age! I hope you will find some peace in his memories and legacies.

May his soul rest in peace and tranquility!

Warmest regards,


Dear Suvir -

Just found out yesterday about your Father's passing. I'm so sorry to hear it. My condolences to you and your family. I'll bet he was an amazing man.

Another absorbing blog - with gorgeous recipes and food philosophies. I do resonate with Maria's way.

May you continue to be nurtured with good food and people during your mourning.

Much Love

Elizabeth Osborne

Suvir my dear,
I am so happy you are back blogging. Following you on Twitter is not my thing. I will be most happy when you return to the States and I can see you again. You certainly make whole grains sound wonderful and appealing....Oh Dr. Atkins what should I do?
Safe travels.

Lisa Malmarowski

Dear Suvir,

I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. It gets easier but you never get over it - he's with you always. May you remember the sweet times.

Wishing you peace,


suvir, very sorry to hear about your father- i have been a huge fan of yours since the late 90s- it's so inspiring to see how and where you are now. x shayma

Suvir Saran

Lisa and Shayma - Thanks for your kind words. Mean a lot to me.
Hope you are well and enjoying the summer.

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