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July 31, 2020


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What an adventure into the world of Chinese noodles. Now you've given me inspiration to try some too.

Debra Eliotseats

Sounds delicious. I love the photo of your homegrown greens AND that beautiful dumpling cart.

Simona Carini

It was fun, Claudia, and interesting. I hope you can find some of those noodles in your area :)

Simona Carini

I decided to give gardening another try, small scale and with low expectations. Kale does well in my garden, but I like some variety. The dumpling cart was a big hit: the artist painted it on site so we saw it come to life :)

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