[Sca-cooks] How do you reconstitute dried chestnuts?
phoenissa at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 12:59:31 PST 2007
Sounds like fun! I don't think I can make it, unfortunately --
Saturday is our "real" Thanksgiving (we're invited to a friend's house
tomorrow, but my mom likes to do her own turkey etc. at home, so we'll
be doing our own version of the big meal that day). I'll be puttering
in the kitchen while the event is happening... Thanks for letting me
know, though -- sounds like a great event! (Like every LA girl, I
totally love going shopping. ;-)
On Nov 21, 2007 12:50 PM, Susan Fox <selene at earthlink.net> wrote:
> That's her neck of the woods, alrighty.
> I believe she and her beloved hairy potter will be exhibiting and
> selling ceramics at the Medieval Markeplace, Caid's answer to the Dread
> Holiday Shopping Weekend, Saturday November 24 in nearby LaVerne. C'mon
> by if you need a break from relatives!
> Selene, pimpin' the events as usual
> V A wrote:
> > I'm coming to this thread a little late, but:
> > Huette, if Monrovia/Pasadena is local for you, you should *definitely*
> > check out Nicole's Gourmet Foods in South Pasadena.... which is where
> > my mom always stocked up on frozen peeled chestnuts before TJs started
> > carrying them. ;-) Nicole also carries a tremendous (in quality more
> > than quantity) selection of cheeses and chocolates, baking goods, sea
> > salts, oils and vinegars (including verjus) and many other goodies.
> > She started her business doing wholesale imports for restaurants, so
> > she has plenty of interesting and delicious things. *Awesome* place.
> > http://www.nicolesgourmetfoods.com/home.htm
> > Happy shopping!
> > Vittoria
> > (grew up in Pasadena, and heading down there tonight for the holiday...!)
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