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December 06, 2010


Margaret @ Eat First

Hi, Jennifer --
I would relish a copy of "Paris Sweets'' or "Around My French Table'' (or both, greedy as that sounds), both by Dorie Greenspan. Even if I don't cook the recipes inside, I like books that transport me -- and France is a really nice place to be transported!
I enjoy reading your blog and hope all is well with you. Have a very Merry Christmas and here's wishing you peace in the New Year.
--Margaret McCormick

Syracuse Florist

I love Dorie Greenspan's cookbooks, for the recipes inside though.
Really Great Blog!!!

Lisa S.

I just received Dorie Greenspan's "Around My French Table" for a birthday gift. Truly an amazing cookbook. It is loaded with fantastic recipes, stories from Dorie and the pictures are amazing. There are over fifty recipes for soup alone! Another book I would love to own is "Sunday Suppers at Lucques", by Suzanne Goin, for its seasonal recipes. I only have about 10 cookbooks, but I'm slowly on my way to building up a good cookbook arsenal!

haribo sweets

I have read somewhere in the blogosphere that if you like one recipe in a cookbook then it is worth buying. :)


Good to see you at the Regional Market yesterday. Thought you might be interested in this gluten-free baker, I haven't had her stuff, but she's now delivering goods to Jen Comfort's place in Manlius (


Jennifer -
Just wanted to comment on your great site! You've done a wonderful job linking the local food resources. I too am from CNY, and didn't even know many of these places existed, so your goal of making people aware is working! I've already bookmarked some of them so I can visit them, and perhaps give them a shout on my new food blog.

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