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November 10, 2009

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jude

Honesty. well that is refreshing.

Susan

Garden-fresh peas! Hope they find their way into the next An Honest Kitchen. Honest.

Johanna

sounds like you are as busy as your peas - hope you are keeping cool in this weather!

Elaine

Hullo, Lucy.

I've come for a little warmth on your blog. It's mighty chilly today in my part of the world (West Coast, Canada).

Your place is looking lovely, as usual. I hope you get some relief from the heat soon.

Looking forward to the next edition of An Honest Kitchen. It will be doubly good with spring & summer together.

chelsea

pretty peas ;)

Maman

Love the beautifully constructed teepee!

Callipygia

Charming blossom and spouting pea-forms... the bounty begins!

Mariana

Looking forward to your next edition and thanks for being 'honest'.

Vivian

You give us folks in the Northern Hemisphere (Alberta, Canada) a window into what we crave come spring. Your light is increasing (hooray) but ours is declining with every day. So depressing. We must just endure the horrid Actic winds, dryness and snow to come. We will live and dream of the spring to come through you. Thanks.

Lucy

Thank you, everyone, for your support. Both Kathryn and I are really grateful that you guys appreciate a bit of Honesty!

The peas are coming along very nicely - they don't even need all that much water, something that, given the mad hot weather, I'm very pleased about!

Vivian: Come by, as often as you like. I'll endeavour to show you the hottest of hot weather to warm your winter soul. X

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