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“JUST KEEP IT SIMPLE”

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“THERE IS AN ART TO COOKING WITH FEW INGREDIENTS THAT APPEALS TO ME NOW MORE THAN EVER, IN A TIME OF UNCERTAINTY, OF WATER SCARCITY, OF CHANGE”

husband says this to me, pleadingly, every time we have people over. And often even when we don’t. It’s partially because he knows he’ll probably have multiple salads to dodge – I do love a good salad buffet (see page 64 for my current

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