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January 30, 2007

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mk

What a shame they didn't like the white spoon it's great!

phoebe (silk felt soil)

love the garlic drawing. :) have you seen the illustrations in laurel's kitchen? (click my name)... laurel herself did all the illustrations; your work reminds me of hers. She's actually a good friend of my family's!

meg

no, i haven't seen that cookbook. nice illustrations. thanks for sharing it with me!

monica

I love those illustrations... very retro. They remind me of the cook books my mum used to have growing up. But with a modern twist.

jenny

oh hey...yes! that feeling of not knowing what is in store for you resonates with me, a lot. scary and exciting, all at once! thank goodness we never have to pin ourselves down to just one sure thing and that's the end.

the illos are so cheerful, simple and good! and congrats on the book!

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