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June 11, 2007

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that salad looks beautiful!!!! I love putting fruit in salads, and it gets me to eat much more leafy greens. Right now I've been putting lots of strawberries in it (and sometimes blueberries and raspberries), and in the fall I love putting apples (with cheddar or some other cheese). I'm afraid I'd eat all the cherries before they made it into the salad!

That is totally my kind of salad. I have to keep either dried cranberries or dried cherries in the cupboard all winter, plus almonds, plus usually mandarin oranges ... like you, it's the only way to get me to eat. I don't know about West of Boston, but right now North of Boston the cherries are good looking and cheap. Too bad I'm not eating :-(

Girly food again? BTW where's your dad? And yes now the url is foodonthefood.com.

Hi Ilva, I'm still here. Came out of retirement to help out a friend so I have a bit less time (and energy) to harass Tammy. However, she gets a pass this time in any case because, as you may have noticed in a prior post, I love cherries!

Dad: I do believe your cherry story had something to do with this idea.

Ilva: It's hard to come up with a manly salad.

Susanna: I know. You're going to have to make up for lost time.

Sunny12: Yum. You can make me a salad anytime.

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