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March 06, 2008


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Mafalda is really one of my favorite and i just found out your blog thanks to her, as i was looking for one her famous rants about soups :-)

I'll put a link to your blog, i like it!

Flavio (Tlaz)

This soup looks and sounds wonderful. As my grandmother was Ukrainian, you would think I would have tried this before, but I don't remember it. Guess I'll just have to make it myself and see if the flavor brings back any memories.

Also - I really enjoy reading about the Argentinian background behind each post. Thanks for your hard work, and thanks for sharing your unique perspective.

What a great cultural tie in! I have no idea of sorrel. It is a mystery to me! I too love your great photo, love the rustic wood underneath!

For the past few years, I've grown sorrel in my herb garden. It's a perennial here, and each Spring I look forward to its arrival.

Cute comic strip! Todd must read his comics every morning to start the day off right. I'll have to show him this one.
I love your soup and the photograph with the bread pieces. It looks so rustic and classy!

I adore sorrel, I always make a green borscht out of it. This soup sounds wonderful, I'll be trying this out in the near future.

I grew up on Mafalda too! She rarely has made an appearance in my life since I left South America, so thank you for giving me such a fond memory.

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