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April 26, 2006

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gastrochick

Your husband must love you even more now that you have introduced him to one of lifes most sinful pleasures. Afterall a life without would surely be dull.

Ivonne

Could we not just gather round the table and stare it lovingly? I mean I've been staring at your photo lovingly for quite some time now.

Was there ever anything more beautiful than this? I think not.

I envy you the foie gras, however, I do not envy your predicament. Be assured that I'd be more than happy to take it off your hands but alas, methinks the foie gras would not survive the journey to Toronto!

Let us know what you decide.

(You're writing is pure joy to read!)

tami

that lemon basil dessert at the food studio is one of my favorites in atlanta, even to this day. divine.

Cath

Gastrochick, totally agree: it is one of life's great pleasures!

Ivonne, no it's really a beautiful lobe -- I wish I were less intimidated by it!

Tami -- can I tell you how addicted I am to that dessert? For the last few years, every time I drive up to Atlanta and stop by, they just automatically assume I'm there for dessert, not dinner!

Kurt Daurizio

Dave Sturgis works at Farm 255 in Athens, I am sure he would make a torchon with you

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