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Monday, December 12, 2005

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Kalyn

Can't wait to see how this progresses. I thought this was a wonderful idea, but I never managed to come up with an idea for a prize so eventually I decided I would contribute by bidding on other bloggers' prizes. Count me in.

lindy

I'm looking forward to this series bigtime.

vanessa

Your wife's family must feed you well...my best friend is gujarati and growing up, her family was a surrogate to mine. And they fed me silly. Her kaki in particular made THE best samosas. There was always something cooking in the house. Man, it smelled so good.

I'm not the gambling sort, but this kit is worth it. What a great contribution!

sam

This is a brilliant idea, Brett. Bravo!

Nupur

What a generous and beautiful donation, Brett! And as a lover of regional food, I cannot wait to read more about Kashmiri cuisine in the coming weeks :)

hello

I've seen your flickr account, and the photos from Priorat are labelled as "priorat, tarragona, valencia"
It's not in Valencia but in Catalonia!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priorat

radish

i'm a total idiot and getting crushed at work. how do i put this on my site?

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