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Re: recipe

So glad you liked the ginger-cabbage recipe, Bonnie.  Your version
sounds good to me.  It wasn't a written-down recipe, anyway - just
something I made up one day and we enjoyed.  I rarely ever follow
a recipe exactly - in fact at this stage of my life, I rarely ever follow
recipes.  And I seldom fix anything quite the same way twice.  Things
just come together, and usually are pretty good.  

In a message dated 08/12/2006 12:58:37 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
holmesbm@usit.net writes:
Thanks for the ginger cabbage recipe...turned out very good. I changed
it a little...combined olive oil with a bit of butter and used bok choy
and cabbage. My husband who loves cabbage really liked this recipe so it
goes in my "Tried and True" notebook.

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