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August 29, 2010


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Yum, these look interesting. I'll have to try them!


I'm printing out the slaw recipe right now....My CSA gave us so much cabbage at the start of summer and I totally ran out of ideas. I've never heard of these oranges. I'll have to see if my podunk grocery store carries them.

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Oh, delicious! I will definitely have to give these a try.


if you can't find the tuna you can use shredded zucchini. it's currently the only way i can get b-1 to eat 'zoo kitty'. by calling them green cakes.
The slaw looks fab.
I LOVE slaw.
Thanks for the recipe.


this whole dish looks fanfreakintastic.

we LOVE things spicy around here too. like burn your throat hot.

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mmmm, I think I know what is for dinner tonight. I think I will swap out the cucumber for zucchini though and pick up some fresh tuna steaks. Thanks for this one!

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