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Monday, August 01, 2005

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Liz

Janis, I love all the links in your sidebar. Did you see Wendell Berry's essay in the latest OG? (it's from What are People For?) And supposedly even Gourmet has an article this month about eating locally. Love it!

Ellen

It all looks and sounds so wonderful! Yum!!!

Janis

Liz, I thought I posted a reply as I was heading out to work this morning... but the answer to your question about Berry's essay is "not yet." I had only just finished re-reading the June/July issue, so I stopped at the bookstore on the way home and picked up the August/September issue of Organic Gardening along with the new Interweave Knits. I really should subscribe to both, but it gives me an excuse for one of my great guilty pleasures: bookstore browsing. Anyway, I'm about to settle down with both!

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