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January 08, 2007



I thought a private session at one of those put-together-dinner places would be a fun way to "celebrate" reading Julie and Julia, though I doubt many of Julia's recipes would work well with advance assembly. ; ) That book has been on my list.


Wish I could join you in your book club - sounds delicious!

I really want to make the seamless hybrid - but am a little scared by your post. Would you still make it in hindsight?


Wow, I think your book club sounds fantastic! Wish I could join you.

I wanted to let you know that I ordered the Hats On! book after seeing hats by you and Pat. I can't wait for it to arrive.


I'm heading over to my libary website to see if they have that book - I love Julia! I do agree though - her recipies are a bit "involved" to put it mildly... :)


Hey, I just read ALL of your 100 Things About Me -- I think that's the first time I've ever made it through such a list for anyone. Very enjoyable.

Great book club idea, though I could only participate if "spaghetti with red sauce from a jar" (or "spaghetti avec de la sauce rouge d'une fiole") was considered a recipe from the cookbook.


Love the neutral color of your seamless hybrid...I'm hosting my bookclub meeting next week! I won't be cooking for them though -we're going to meet at a restaurant. Our book this month was The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield...it was good. The Istanbul hat is really nice by the way...great color combos - I love me a fair isle hat!

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