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February 17, 2010



Sounds like an interesting book, and fun having a guest blogger on Fridge Full of Food too!


I think what they refer to as quark is cottage cheese


Great review. They must eat lots of fish, no?

I wonder if the pilgrims, right in the middle of winter, were wishing for tomatoes from Mexico?


Kalyn--It IS fun! I wouldn't know personally if the cookbook is any good, though, since SOMEBODY has refused to return it!

Karin--Actually, there are recipes for quark out there but I be cottage cheese could be substituted--thanks!

Melly--LOL! Ahhhhh, the very beginnings of no appreciation for the natural environment and only the wishing to turn everything upside down. Yup, I htink you're probably right!

From what I DID get to see in the book, it looks like quite a bit of fish, lamb, pork, and wild fowl like quail, etc.

terry jones

say glenna, maybe the author will send you a free copy since you blogged her book. Then you will have a copy too!


Ha! She'd just tell you to give me mine back! :-)


I can't say that I have any Swedish virgins in my kitchen either! ;)

I like the idea of fresh and local. As a general rule people from the Noridic area are much healthier than we are, so I think they are on to something!


nothing even close to quark can be bought. But it's fun to as for it in grocery stores just to see the looks on faces! - aforementioned wife


Dianne--I think so too. Like Med Diet, it is all about fresh and local--wherever you are!

Jamie--I'm going to have to try to make it!

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