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April 27, 2014


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Your crescenza has been on my list, this is a great reminder to bump it up and make it soon! Can't wait to see your report on breadmaking at SFBI, lucky you to have easy access to their classes. Just bought Michael Suas' terrific book, Advanced Bread and Pastry, to make up for the distance...


Hi Simona -- I really like that the color of this kale makes for a striking presentation. Although it's spring, there are way too many green dishes right now.

Simona Carini

Indeed, we are lucky to have such a great resource locally, Debra. There were people who had traveled a long way to attend the class last week. I have only good things to say about SFBI. There will be a couple of photos in my next post.

Thank you, Cathy.

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