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Re: Introduction


Hi Lera:
Welcome!!  While your at it you might as well have;
Pepper Blend
Purple Pepper
Spiced Ginger
Hot Ginger
Hot 
Hot Fudge
Hot Spice
Hot Streak
Hot Pink
for dessert;
Have some Frosting on top of Lemon Custard and wash it all down with some
Juan Valdez :-))
I'm sure this could go on and on and on!!

Mike Sutton

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> From: Barbara Mann <irismaven@email.msn.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
> Subject: Re: Introduction
> Date: Thursday, May 14, 1998 9:40 PM
> 
> 
> >
> >Welcome to the list Lera. You have a couple of hot iris there, maybe you
> >could add to your collection 'Hot Gossip' and 'Cayenne Pepper'.
> >Be careful though, as this is an addictive hobby.
> >Jan Clark, in Australia
> 
> 
> And you could also add PAPRIKA FONOS, to keep to the spicy theme.
> 
> Barb Mann in Santa Fe
> 
> 





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