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Cheryl
Voice of 5 Second Rule; Author of Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables (2012)
Interests: food, education, nutrition
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Cheers back!
Thank you so much. I appreciate your loyalty and love that you're still following along. ~~c.
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The tag line comes from my incredibly clever friend Melissa Shafer. She's a brilliant wordsmith and a sunny, smiley soul. See you soon, too! I owe you an email.
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Nancie, you're an incredible cheerleader. I'll see your smiling face next week in DC. Can't wait. p.s. Yogurt in Thailand? Is it a thing? You'll have to tell me when we connect.
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Thanks, Jill. Trying to freshen stuff up down here. I'd like to make it back up to your neck of the woods soon. So much good yogurt being produced right at your doorstep...
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YOU are amazing. Looking forward to seeing you very soon, Wee-Lee.
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Alison, this touches me so deeply. Thank you, and I want to thank Phoebe, too, for introducing you to my work. I look forward to having you aboard Team Yogurt and watching the site grow and mature. Would love to learn more about yogurt/yoghurt in Quebec, so please shoot me an email at any point!
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Aw, thanks for the support, friend!
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I'm glad, too. Wishing you a beautiful sunset wherever you are...
Thank you.
Well, THAT'S a huge compliment. NPR's the best, so I'm happy to make you emotional by association.
Stephanie, it doesn't seem trite at all. Your sunny outlook is a wonderful gift. I'm happy to have met you and to have seen your positive energy for myself. Thanks for the drop-by!
Hi Rebecca, It's all so fleeting. All of it. Catch that reading session on video if you can. The videos we have of moments like that are incredibly fun for all of us to watch. That said, I'm not sure you'll look back on dioramas with much nostalgia. I think we all need to do away with dioramas!
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I am happy to be one of your someones.
Have a wonderful time playing tour guide with your friends! We used a site called GuideYou.com to book our (extremely overpriced) bus tour, but we needed to get Alcatraz tickets for one very popular day and so that was our only option. I also have to plug this company: http://www.edibleexcursions.net/ I have several friends who lead walking culinary tours through this outfit, and they're a lot of fun!
Enjoy your visit with your niece, Gerlinde. Wear layers!
Ah, but to have both the artist's *and* the visitor's perspective? The true ideal!
Thanks, Sarah! In my next life, I'll have my publisher fly me to Mongolia to hang with the herdswomen. That would actually make for an amazing experience. (You sound interested in the topic, too -- you could come!) In this life, though, talking with a Mongolian MD/PhD who spends her days researching milk composition was a mighty good alternative. :)
Now I'm dying to know your country of origin and how old you were when you came here for an exchange!
Making you smile makes me smile -- a happily symmetric reciprocity.
Mimi, I do write a very little bit about the proliferating market in non-dairy yogurts, but as I couldn't test recipes with both dairy and non-dairy styles (it would have been too time consuming), I focused in on dairy. That said, my new website http://www.teamyogurt.com/ should be launching shortly, and I'm committed including some good resources for coconut milk yogurt. I'd love to make (or buy) one that isn't too sweet... and welcome recommendations from you or others.
Exactly. There's still so much I've never done in NYC, and I spent so much time there as a kid. I really do want to go back and see the city with entirely new eyes (especially because it's changed so much).
You are always so very, very welcome, dear friend.
I'm constantly telling my kids to look at the sunset. My favorite thing is when they stop *me* and say, "Wow, look at that sunset!" That lets me know I've done okay as a parent. (How nice to have the ocean so nearby!)
How lovely for them, and for you! I'm sure they appreciated the warm LA sun on their faces.