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May 08, 2006

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Joanne

Hi there Jennifer--
How did you thaw out that chicken so fast? Please don't tell me you nuked it...
Jo

Jennifer

Oh Jo, you're not going to make me confess how late we ate dinner are you??? I'd never nuke to defrost--perish the thought! Two things--we didn't sit down to dinner until after 8pm (our standard time due to our work schedules) and the chicken cooks in less than an hour.

shuna fish lydon

I was speaking to jen of Life Begins @ Thirty today about how hard this year's Eat Local Challenge is going to be for those outside of Ca.

Brava for you! I look forward to reading more.

Tana

Hey, it's hard for us INSIDE California. In case you didn't hear, the month of March included 27 days of pelting rain. This is so far above the average that we thought there had been a global shift and we'd been bumped to Seattle. It was insane. An entire month with no crops planted. We are a month behind in everything.

Some market stalls: butternut squash and chard. If you're into bitter greens, they're fluorishing, but they don't constitute the basis for a meal. We do have seafood here in Santa Cruz: but it's diminished for other reasons.

I've been making friends with fava beans and asparagus. We're like, best buddies.

It's nice to see chicken on someone else's plate. Looks DELICIOUS.

Thanks, Jennifer.

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