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Comment on Thanksgiving Appetizer Idea: Georgian Eggplant Walnut Rolls by Astrid

Mon, 12 Sep 2016 17:55:41 +0000

Yummie, excellent recipe! Our great friend Polina who is also a wonderful cook , and an amazing professional violinist! prepared this dish last night! She always takes great care at picking recipes and it was a real success. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us



Comment on Dinner by Chance by Alex

Tue, 31 May 2016 01:37:34 +0000

Very thought-provoking. I often wonder if it's just coincidence with such occurrences. Regardless, nothing beats eating delicious food with those close to you.



Comment on About Those Lemons…. by Sheri

Thu, 03 Mar 2016 02:33:10 +0000

Oh, yummy!



Comment on And the Happy New Year Winner Is… by Karen

Sat, 02 Jan 2016 00:16:33 +0000

Yes! Meyer lemons are the best. And we're lucky to know someone with a tree ;) The recipe has many ancient roots. These are popular ingredients in Ayurvedic diets.



Comment on And the Happy New Year Winner Is… by Aunt Joan

Fri, 01 Jan 2016 22:41:55 +0000

Karen, that is a great recipe, especially with Meyer lemons.



Comment on ‘Tis the Season for a Giveaway by Gerald

Thu, 24 Dec 2015 18:05:01 +0000

Oh well, let's wish you all a Merry Christmas now that it is the 24th already and internationalize the comments a little (more?): Merry Christmas. We just had the traditional fish for Christmas Eve dinner, which still brings a bit of the family together. Interestingly, in some places here there's sausages and sauerkraut for the traditional Christmas dinner. This way or that, traditions live in times like these. In the everyday, they are all but forgotten... or are they? People do mainly seem to eat the way they usually have been (but even here, obesity is on the rise).



Comment on ‘Tis the Season for a Giveaway by Robert J Redfern

Wed, 23 Dec 2015 23:18:12 +0000

What a great contest! Except I already have (or have ordered) all three prizes. Anyway, I am probably not eligible to get a prize, being a relative.



Comment on ‘Tis the Season for a Giveaway by Forrest

Wed, 23 Dec 2015 21:54:51 +0000

I want to play! I love that it’s more than the food, that the simple act of putting out a few dozen bagels, running the coffeemaker, and opening the front door to friends, neighbors, and acquaintances one Sunday morning every month connects me with great conversation, fellowship, and community. I hope that guests enjoy and are inspired to do build and spread the community.



Comment on ‘Tis the Season for a Giveaway by Chris Galvin

Sat, 19 Dec 2015 02:01:06 +0000

What a fabulous array of prizes! Food is how I first connected with my mother-in-law. When I fell for her t??ng ??t--Vietnamese hot sauce--she warmed to me, and welcomed me into her kitchen to learn how she made it. The day she announced to everyone that I was the only one who could make it just the way she did, I knew she'd truly accepted me into the family.



Comment on ‘Tis the Season for a Giveaway by Janet Brown

Thu, 17 Dec 2015 17:04:37 +0000

Because I admire your work and love the idea of reading Sabor, I'm tossing my napkin into the fray. Food with flavor is what I always look for, except on cold rainy days when I want hot, buttered toast. To a former Alaskan-homestead-child, that is an exotic meal.