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December 22, 2009

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Jenn

..Am I reading too much into this?.. :-)

cath

Possibly. We've all been the Boy and the Girl, haven't we?

applemint tee

Loved reading your post. But I feel that feelings don't have an age. Moreover, maturity is a factor that plays important role in developing a liking towards a person that completes you.

barbara

I have not read Catcher in the Rye Cath. My son read it at school and has an unusual hatred for the book. I think I'll read it to understand what caused this feeling in him.

Audrey

Dulce de Leche sounds very like Sweetened condensed milk that has been boiled for three hours in the tin. No chance of burning it but kep the water levels up.

Jan

It's easier than you think. Take a can of sweet condensed milk. Don't open it. Put the can in a saucepan. Fill the saucepan with water. Boil for an hour.
Let it cool.
Open the can
Voilà
Dulche de leche!
I'm not kidding.

emiglia

I'm addicted to your writing. Completely addicted. I wish you posted more often, but I so crave the honesty of posts like this that I realize you're probably posting as much as you can without sacrificing this. Love love love it.

Lauren

Hi there,I am absolutely inspired by your writing and the way that you incorporate life into your cooking!(said as un-cheesy as possible) I came across your blog when I was looking for some high-class cooking blogs and I think you fit into that category. :) I have a cooking/learning to cook blog of my own that I've started for a class of mine. I would really- and I do mean REALLY- appreciate it if you could possibly check it out and comment. I would love to get your feedback on my project and get any favorite recipes that you might have! I need people to comment on it for a grade, so it's kind of important, and who better to comment than a cooking enthusiast? :) Thank you so much!

The website to it is:
http://pitifultoprotege.blogspot.com/

Lauren

Sherry

I've had a cake by that name :o)

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