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June 24, 2014

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Elizabeth

When a friend of mine broke her leg 18 months ago she swore by curative effects of bone broths and red meat. The Chinese believe bone broths are very good for your blood and which is so necessary for any kind of healing.

alison

bones ... was one of george's nicknames for me, and one that i miss being called very much. i just felt the tiny shards of his strong sturdy bones slip through my fingers as i brought them to rest and mingle with all that is at the beach where we were married 20 years ago on the summer solstice. i can appreciate a deep depression, arising suddenly out of the blue, confidence shaken, feeling troubling. yes, i can feel that with you.

Clara

Fun to read about another’s reverie inspired by broth. What a muse it proves itself to be, such a trusted ritual to remedy blues and greys! Beautiful photos as always. Love the way you string your words and ingredients together

Denise | Chez Danisse

I just picked up Jam Today: A Diary Of Cooking With What You've Got. Before bed reading tonight... Thank you!

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