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May 11, 2008

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Ricki

This is stunning, and sounds tasty besides. I've never seen gingko in its natural form--how lovely they are! I'm imagining the taste of a peach pit nut--that bitter? But the custard would be a nice softener to any bitterness, I'd guess. The dish seems a bit quiche-like (sans crust, of course).

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