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September 15, 2010



Ooh! vacation!

You're looking somewhat pale so make sure you get that VitD or else them ricketts will make the kitchen an interesting exercise.

Sounds like Circa's starting to turn around albeit slowly so that's good to hear, especially if you are making these great connections to purveyors and growers.

I heard plenty about the magic cookie so I do need to make the time myself to go.

Anything special being planned for the upcoming autumn harvest?


Wow, hard watermelon lemonade, recipe!

Looking good, nice to breathe fresh air!

Happy cooking!

Expat Stu

Any kind of squash makes a good frittata. Don't forget the grated lemon rind.


Sounds like a great place - I've lived in the Bay Area all my life, and still learn of new sources of great food from your blog.

Hope you are doing well.

Ms. Glaze

frittata! great idea! THANKS!!!!


My God Ms Glaze! How fantastic to have a farm to go to and relax! It sounds like Provence. I like zucchini prepared like a proper fried green tomato: seasoned, dredged in flour and sauteed in oil and then a little sqeeze of lemon. It can be complicated with herbs and galic etc. Stay cool! john


I just gotta say you're too cute, how old are you? Kidding kidding, but nice website its a source of inspiration. Oh yeah got any line cook openings.



I do have line cook positions opening up. Email me your resume...msglaze@gmail.com

And I'm old. very old....


As always your post is like a mini-vacation…every morsel sounds like a feast.

My wife makes a fantastic chocolate banana loaf…thanks for bringing it to mind…I will nibble on it when I next visit…

I want to encourage you, your blog is always impressive.


How very EAT, PRAY,LOVE this all sounds!
Maybe your story is called:
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Squash blossoms are very special one ..For the first time iam hearing abt chocolate banana ..great to visit ur blog ..http://www.facebook.com/pages/Viva-Magazine-Your-Premium-Womens-Natural-Health-Magazine/262734921452?ref=ts I know plenty about the magic cookie so I do need to make the time myself to go..


Glaze, I don't know what is going on right this minute but I am happy to check up on your blog and find you happy! I will take that anytime however you need to put some skin in the game at some point. We all do....no matter how young or how old.....

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Looks very yummy : )When do we eat?


There is a chance that when we retire ... there may a farm. If there is I would love for it to be such place...as this farm.

Glaze..there are wonderful things in your future and your present isn't all that bad. Not bad at all.

This beats the hell out of trekking through impossibly demanding kitchens either here or in France.

Smart girl.

Fred Muhlenberg

> And I'm old. very old....

Ha! You may be old in kitchen years but you appear far younger then your experiences, writings, and cooking wisdom would tell. I agree with Joseph, you are too cute!

I really enjoy reading of your adventures. Please keep writing.

-Fred (of a long ago types of mint question)

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Nice blog.


Glaze, Martian farms is a destination in folks minds. That it is real and doable...is a reachable destination..maybe. Just the same It doesn't get no mo better than that! And this is why you come back. Bless you all.

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Looks like you had great time on your family vacation, next month we are traveling to, your post made me to start pack immediately. Loved the nice pictures.


I love your photos. And I missed going to farms and chill there.


I saw you on avec eric!



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You make me dream about Michel Bras or Alain Passard, now! Laughs. Beautiful photos, and above all this is very inspirational for people like us who love the purity of the ingredients

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The pumpkin really looks stunningly yummy and fresh. But not just the pumpkin, but the other vegetables as well. And the sunflower is really amazing, so blooming in that photo. You all looked very happy and relaxed in that farm visit. Don't you just love the smell of the fresh air in farms? Well I do! I miss my farm life.




My God Ms Glaze! Write!

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