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  1. Peter Tork says:

    Martha who? You should be on T.V. Best food ever! Brillient! Better than hot poptarts on a cold morning. That’s right I said it, better than hot poptarts on a cold morning.

  2. Roxanne says:

    My husband and I had great luck fishing this morning and caught tons of Sierra.
    The Baja fishing book says Sierra makes excellent ceviche and that it is hard to beat “salt broiled”.
    Your Aunt Renee turned me on to your blog during her Baja visit a couple weeks ago. She is my cousin.
    I think that makes you and me cousins, too. Maybe some day we will meet.
    Until then I want to say love your blog and want to pick your brain.

    Do you know what “salt broiled” means?

    • Tara says:

      Hi Roxanne! Thanks so much! Salt broiled is exactly what it sounds like! It refers to generously salting fish and then broiling them. The trick is, after you salt them, let them sit and rest about 30 minutes, then rinse them before broiling. You’ll get the flavor without the fish being super salty! Enjoy!

  3. Carrie says:

    Just used your kale pesto recipe in my new Ninja blender. YUM! My whole family, including my 4 yr old, love it with organic baby tomatoes & buttered toast slices. Just left it a little chunky like a chopped salad.


  4. Aunty says:

    Hi Tara,
    We are home from paradise, sad but true. It wasn’t fun coming home to freezing rain and cold!
    You wrote a nice piece on your trip to Maui, I’m sure it made everyone very jealous!
    We enjoyed the rest of our time on the island, eating, drinking, golfing and relaxing. Our friends Lori and Tim got married on the 16th, it was a beautiful ceremony on the beach.
    Got your note, thank you!
    I’m trying two of your recipes for Easter!

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