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06 December 2010

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Tana - Great blog! Your evening sounds magical and I can't wait to attend one of the Supper Clubs myself. I feel completely lucky and blessed to get to work with the kids each week in the kitchen teaching them how to make jams, chutneys, and syrups.

Quick question. How could anyone have anything negative to say about your blog? They're fantastic! Keep up the great work.

Serendipitously,
Kristen

Tana--thanks so much for sharing your enthusiasm for this incredible social enterprise!

Great post. The supper club event sounds wonderful -- ad the food looks delicious.

The food really is tempting. I even love the table setting. It is like a surprise is waiting to be discovered. All I can say is bravo for the preparation and all. The effort is all paid off. Thanks a lot for sharing such lovely post. Keep up the good work and more power.

Those pork tender loins look absolutely delicious. They're making me consider eating dinner early!

supper club is a brilliant idea!

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