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  1. Hi Ester,

    Just wondering… any idea why my English / Scottish mother cooked and made me eat boiled carrots & turnip every Christmas dinner? I thought maybe given your Mom is English you’d know. I know Charlotte and Will from Benchmark and DV.

    Your candy cane blog entry is really good. I’m going to share it a bit to see if we can get more eyeballs on your well researched, funny & educational blog.
    Donna

    • Hey Donna,

      I don’t actually know why. I know there are a lot of jokes about the whole “boiled to death” British food, but my guess is it has something to do with what was seasonably available or what was left over from autumn harvests. I have my next 19 or so posts planned out, but I’ll take a look and see what I can find out once Christmas has come and gone.

      Thanks for reading!
      Esther

  2. Esther, loved the post on Sweethearts, very informative. Am glad to know that SOMETHING is still made in this country. FYI – You mention Hawaiian Spam in your “About” page–I had the occasion a few years back to be in a Hawaiian Walmart (in Hilo, on the Big Island, Hawaii) and there was like, half an aisle dedicated to Spam. No kidding, it really is BIG over there. Sorry I didn’t get a photo for you, maybe someone out there can do a research trip to a Hawaiian Walmart and snap one on a camera phone…

  3. Hi, I enjoyed your description off the Swedish smörgåsbord and I wonder the photo from the julbord with the family eating if it’s yours or where you got it from? I’m just doing a web site for mindful eating and would love to use it, of course if it’s yours I will put the credits.

    Thanks,
    Annika

    • The photo isn’t mine, but it would seem that I somehow forgot to cite it. I wouldn’t suggest using it just to keep your nose clean. If you really want it, cite it to me and if anyone gets upset, point them in my direction. Sorry about that.

      Thanks for reading!
      Esther

  4. Hi! Esther! New blogger and i was admiring how you sited your work on your blog. What’s the general rule you go by? And Does building your website come with blogging or did you have some help?

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