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February 18, 2010

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bj

Love it that you named your cat Hypatia. Brainy chicks rock!!! ;-) (At least, I'm guessing she is named after the Greek mathematician.)

Kelly

I didn't name Hypatia; Nicole did. :)
http://alizarine.typepad.com/weblog/2009/04/nicole.html

m3 ds

Looks very spicy and delicious! Thanks for this recipe. I would try it soon.
Keep posting!

bj

ok since I don't know you (I am just a fan of your blog {and your art, your cooking, your philosophy on life . . .}), whose Nicole? (no offense to anyone, I just haven't been following your blog for that long.)

bj

Never mind. I exercised whatever few tech skills I have and "searched" your site. What a lovely woman. And what a dear you are to honor her so!
I say again, Jeff is on lucky guy!

Kelly

No problem! I included a link in my comment above--sorry if you were confused!

Susan

Thanks for the giggle tonight - loved the mental picture of you possibly chugging the clam juice on the way home.

Amanda Bricknell

Yum-o! ;) I made this tonight and will be making it again. So fast and easy! You don't know me, but I follow your sister's blog and that's how I found your blog. I even gave your blog a "shout-out" on mine...

http://mattanda.blogspot.com/2009/11/butternut-squash-lasagna.html

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