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May 25, 2010


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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Hooray! You're back! I'm looking forward to more garden updates.


I was wondering where you had gone, but I'm glad everything is fixed!


I've been contemplating a transition for months and I don't mind saying it is for reasons such as you explain that I am frightened. I think I will give myself sometime to recuperate from my recent visit to Idaho and continue to see how things go for others before I decide.

Thank heavens everything seems to be up and running, Julia. There sure is no lack of sunshine in the garden either:) Fabulous!! (mine suffered a tad while I was away)

I happen to adore soft shelled crab so I hope you don't mind if I just tuck this recipe for future use.

Thank you so much for sharing...things sure are looking up!


I wondered where you had been! I keep looking when I hit Russo's and no Julia. Welcome back, the new layout looks great.


I haven't missed a thing on my end, the feed is coming through fine, though I apologize for my minimal feedback these days. Glad everything seems to be working right now!

And I looove soft shelled crab. Beautiful.

Sylvie in Rappahannock

phew... what a headache that must have been. Thanks for the garden indeed where the weary can get some respite (although, possibly not physical rest - it's quite active at the moment, isn't it?)

We are eating LOTS of salad here too (and mustard greens in many different dishes. oh, yes, and Swiss chard too....)

The tomatoes look good....


Lydia -- Lots more updates coming... the garden is in full spring - swing

Katie -- Me too!

Louise -- a lot of people switched recently away from blogger. My sense is that most people had a much easier transition.

jo -- thanks. And I'll be at russo's soon.

Melissa - no worries about the feedback, just glad it's working.

Sylvie -- I think the salads will end this weekend -- despite all the cut backs, they are all going to seed.

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