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September 14, 2010

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Laurie

I would cook for you any time MaryAnn! Hope our paths cross again soon, Laurie

Kim

Maybe those folks are like half the world who thinks that the only way to cook something is by opening a box??? Too salty, too many chemicals and just not good for you! I love quick and easy, but you don't have to open a box to get it.

P.S. I make a terrific cole slaw! ;-)

mary ann esposito

Kim,

I love a good cole slaw! What's your secret?

mary ann esposito

Thank you Laurie. I hope our paths cross again soon too!

Jeffrey

Ciao, Marianna!

If you are ever in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, come on over. We can trade notes about fig tree disappointments over dinner!

Ciao!

Chris Fennimore

I remember meeting a chef who said dolefully, "I wish someone would burn a meatloaf for ME!"
Chris

mary ann esposito

Kim, first shred the cole slaw very thin and hold it in ice water for several hours to let it really get crisp. Drain and dry it well. Then make dressing of olive oil, white balsamic vinegar, minced garlic, fresh thyme and parsley, diced red peppers, salt, pepper and a pinch of sugar. Add a couple tablespoons of pickle juice and you have a very nice, non-mayo doused cole slaw!

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