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October 25, 2010


R @ Learning As I Chop

That is a wonderful story and I love the idea of thanking someone through dinner. Glad she's doing well


Love the story. I think that cooking for people is a lost mode of "thank you." Whether it's helping someone move, being there for them during a trying time, or simply watching your pets while you're out of town, making something with your own hands and heart is very rewarding for both parties. I owe my parents a thank you, and I'm excited to try these recipes!

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