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jeanette sclar

I've been buying Keillor's marmalade since my undergrad days, working at the U of Mich where an woman's English husband bought it by the case. It was sold in real pottery jars then, sad to say I didn't keep any when they changed to a glass look-alike. So of course I must read this book! Thanks!


Jeanette: I bet some Keillor's marmalade would be most excellent on a thick slice of that wonderful toast from Black Dog Coffeehouse/Ibis Bakery.

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