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September 29, 2009

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They are gorgeous. I imagine they were delicious, too.

:-) yum!

Kia ora Beth,
They look beautiful. I have only tried them once but it was real treat. I will keep my eye out here at the markets but doubt I will find any like that.
Aroha,
Robb

I never had an artichoke until I moved to California! They were quite exotic here for a long time... Potatoes and carrots: these are the veggies that Québécois used to know and eat. The rest was generally coming from a can or a jar.

I don't get enouh of those belle fleur, though my characters were eating them in the last chapter I wrote! Thanks for the recipe.

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