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sam

that looks really, seriously good. I LOVE celeriac.

kitamaria

I just stumbled upon your site and love it! It keeps my mouth watering all day at work

Lynn D.

This looks absolutely delicious and elegant. (I think you need to cook the wild rice more thant 4 minutes though!)

heather

hi! this looks so wonderful, i think i'm going to go home and make it myself! "Local Flavors" has been a favorite of mine for a few years- i can always find something that is as beautiful to serve as it is satisfying to eat!

Bree Crocetti

Sunday Suppers at Lucques is my Bible too!!

edwina

I was lucky enough to taste this - and it was as delicious as the pictures look!

Steen

I'm all at once scared and inspired by the thought of actually cooking something from each of my cookbooks. LOL I imagine the cookbook publishers wouldn't be to keen on that idea either!

But this recipe looks gorgeous. That's reason enough to keep at it. =)

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Celery is a great help in hypertension because it is rich in potassium, dilates renal vessels, increases the amount of urine and calm the nervous system. Celery has laxative properties thanks to its fiber.

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