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kevin

Amy,
Bless your heart, girl.

wattacetti

Ah! this road trip is turning out to be a great bonus as you're getting an extended family reunion as you head west. Loving how it's unfolding in front of you and I think I even know where you are. Sort of. In any event I'm pretty certain the road trip is exceeding expectations so far.

I have an idea for the sauerkraut (hoping you will get a steady supply for Le Club) but I'll leave you to develop something with the kombucha mothers. Dunno, maybe as an eventual basis to create your own vinegars?

Jerry

Glad to see you ate a good breakfast...

Tupper Cooks

I love roadtrips, simply because of the unexpected, and by golly it seems you're getting yours. The farm reminds me of my brother and s-i-l's. I'd love to live that life, but not sure if I could cut it. Like to give it a try though. Annie is remarkable as are her interns- keep us posted.....

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The food looks great.. and the picture as well.. Take care always..

john

My God Ms Glaze! I am excited about the sauerkraut. John

Patty

Good lord Ms. Glaze: where do you find the time to write these epic posts?! Looking forward to following you on the rest of the trip. Happy trails!

Het

A day on a working farm, what could be more exciting? The food, fresh air, people... even dogs and chickens. What could be better? You're fortunate to have a wonderful Aunt Annie.

Kate

Love it Missy. I feel like I got to spend a day with you and Annie! You are a wonderful writer pal!

girlcookinparis

What a great story. I haven't checked in for a while. I couldn't wait to find out how this was going to end! I love the way you are writing. Keep the adventures coming! Bravo!

craigkite

The road trip is turning into some of your best writing. The hard part is sustaining the adventure and actually having time to write about it. You may have to give up sleeping, because all the waking hours are fodder for the blog.

parisbreakfast

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Looks like a blast!

Lulu

Hello Ms Glaze, If you are headed towards Coppell, TX my husband, son and I would love to have you and your friend as our guests. email me [email protected]

Have a Safe Trip
Lulu

Shari

Great story! Nothing like authentic, homemade country food! This all looks delicious!!

Bindy

Did you arrive yet?

GWST

This made me tear up a bit. I think you have to be from a smalltown to understand what there is to love about it. My family has farmed for at least three generations back and this made me nostalgic for that kind of lifestyle.

Anita

Amy - I love love love your blog. Found it last year when looking for some recipe and your French years came up. I'm going to Paris in July so saved your blog and was going to revisit it thinking you were still there. Mais non! But the best news is you are going to be HERE where I live in the Bay Area. Have you started at Le Club? I was just on their website and they're doing dinner service so I assume you are. One food reqeust -- please have those lemon beignets on your dessert menu paired with a wonderful dessert wine. Cannot wait to taste that. I'm wishing all great success for you at Le Club and hopefully my husband and I can participate by becoming regulars. A bientot! Anita and Greg

eran

will see you at "le club"

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I can tell just from the pictures that you had a great time.. The picture with the chicken reminded me of my stay in my dad's farm.. Those good old times.. :)

john

My God Ms Glaze! Wherefor art thou?

Christine Ramsey

Where ARE you? Has Oklahoma tied-you-down, so you'll open the restaurant in their state?
God bless, Christine in Los Angeles

Michigan

What a great story.

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I will not lie - it makes appetite:) It seems that it's actually kind of fun to work on the farm. Just let me put my truck hat and enter the red truck and come to your farm:) I promise to bring the number of piglets.

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Morality may consist solely in the courage of making a choice. (Leon Nlum, French statesman)

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Doesn't get much better than that.

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My friend lives in Alabama and when I visited that's exactly how I remember it how you described the churches and the the people. Gave me a great entertaining read this and brought back some fond memories on the road in the same area.

Scott

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What a beautiful story. I have not checked from time to time. I could not wait to see how this would be the end! I like the way you write. Keep your next adventure!

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