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tanvi

What an interesting idea- I'll have to try this sometime, with your suggestion for adding cinnamon.

Ana

I'm stumped. What exactly is this? I don't have Pierre Herme's book.

Liz

Tanvi,
It is a neat idea I can't wait to try it again with different flavorings.

Ana,
Sorry I posted this at work and was in too much of a hurry. Oops! I hope the post makes more sense now.

jillian

I challenge other food bloggers to give aid to those who worked in the food industry and made New Orleans so flavorful:

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New Orleans Hospitality Workers Disaster Relief Fund
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Alanna

Got a batch in the oven now ... thanks for the inspiration. Am doing tomatoes at the same time, figure 2X the results for 1/2 the gas! We'll see ... Alanna

Liz

Good luck Alanna! I hope your apples turn out and let me know how it works on the tomatoes.

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