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Monday, June 22, 2009

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Sunita

I'm fascinated by the "sunny Days", "Rainy Days" categorization. In my kitchen, its usually "too hot to cook" or "too rainy to sit in the kitchen". Which usually ends up seeing me in my garden instead ;D

Erin

What a great tip! This sounds like just my kind of cookbook. I'm a summer girl, through and through, and anything that might make me feel a little bit more summery in January, or take more advantage of the little bit of summer we have here, is something I'm into. I'm off to Amazon to check it out.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Hi Sunita and Erin! Before I looked inside this book, I imagined it would be rather snooty and L.A. But it's quite lovely, very summery and filled with many great sounding dishes that I am anxious to try.

AliceB

I just discovered your lovely Blog this weekend, a link from Fairegarden led me to you. Thank you for the journey you have shared with us. I read newest to oldest yesterday and today. Absolutely beautiful

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Wow, Alice! Thanks so much for those kind words — and for going back so many weeks.

Erin

Just received the cookbook yesterday and I've been dog-earing pages ever since. Am currently in the process of making the halibut with tomato fennel sauce and have the ingredients for two other recipes for Sunday and Monday. I haven't been this excited about a cookbook since the revised Joy of Cooking came out. Thanks so much for the great tip!

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Erin — Email me with the results of your experiments. I've only tried one recipe but have ingredients for more as well.

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