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March 31, 2021


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Debra Eliotseats

Love the salad. I want to know how you met his mother!

Wendy Klik

This is a lovely salad and would be perfect on our Easter table. I, too, would like to hear more about your meeting Aaron's mom.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Debra. I met her at the first LongHouse (2012), a food-centric event in upstate New York organized by Molly O'Neill. We didn't talk, but I have a vivid memory of her. She gave a presentation, but my memory is fuzzy about the topic (though I think it included the molcajete).

P.S. This blog post describes the event https://sites.bu.edu/gastronomyblog/2012/10/08/longhouse-food-writers-revival/

Deb in Hawaii

Very cool that you met her! Your salad looks refreshing and delicious. I love a composed salad. Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays this week too!

Simona Carini

Glad you like the salad, Deb. You are welcome :)


Visiting from Souper Sunday.. This looks so healthy and delicious, especially the daikon .

Simona Carini

Thank you, Judee, for visiting. I make a point of trying new vegetables from the market to avoid buying always familiar produce. I followed a farmer's recommendation, tried it and fell in love with those daikon varieties I didn't know :)

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