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October 20, 2010

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Barbara

What? No comments so far? Everyone must have stopped reading mid-blog and run out to sign up for Latin classes.

You mention that a perk of your job is getting to see the books the top researchers are reading. Do you keep a list of ones that you find readable? I'd love to see some titles.

Barbara

Thomas Swanson

I was thinking that I need to start learning that guitar in the living room that I keep looking at.

Thomas Swanson

oh, and I'm totally going to try that squash/black bean recipe.

Janet Mace

I am LOVING your site--great information and super recipes. Today, we had the Provencal greens soup for lunch and the butternut squash with black beans for dinner. (This is our 45th wedding anniversary and we decided it would be much smarter to stay home and eat this great food than to make ourselves sick at some restaurant.) I added about 1/2 cup of finely chopped red onion to the squash/beans dish and plan to try it next time with chopped cilantro replacing both the marjoram (hard to find and to chop) and the Italian parsley. It was really tasty as is, but I always have to see if I can do anything to make it even better.

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