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June 12, 2008

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Kristen

You have such a great writing style!

Ricki

I'm one of those who came to Pooh later in life (never read it as a kid) and have been enchanted. But what do you mean, a dog is not an audience??!!

The sauce sounds amazing. . .the mix of sweet, toasty and spicy--another one I must try.

vegeyum

I just love Winnie the Pooh, and also Christopher Robin. WOW. They were both long term residents in our house as my daughter was growing up. Wonderful wonderful stories. I must dig them out again. And your sauce of wonderful deliciousness? I certainly will try it.

The Yummy Mummy

A beautiful post, love. Sometimes your writing just transports me.

Anonymous

In this age of non-ingenuity and excess, I am so pleased to be reminded of the uses for a not so slender bear. Hanging the washing at the south end was a masterstroke. The thing about hunny is that it is sweetness but with personality; unlike some refined sugars I have known. Pooh was on the munny. Jo

Anonymous

Terrific entry, Lucy. This sauce sounds so yummy. On crispy tofu, you say? yummm. I have been into the roasted sesame lately. My current favourite is freshly ground roasted sesame seeds tossed with pinch of pink salt and in some steamed green beans.

As for honey, I love trying different types, I am more partial to stringer flavoured ones such as those from the eucalyptus trees.

take care,
x Nora

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You have so touching angle of writing on this topic buddy. I love to read this. Thanks for your thoughtful mind. I really appreciate it. I will be back soon. From winnie the pooh free coloring pages

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