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Dan @ Dan's Good Side

Thank YOU Stephanie for being a part of the fundraiser! We couldn't have done it without the help of awesome people like you! :)


Stephanie, you've got to advertise this kind of stuff! I'd love to come out next time.

Becs @ Lay the table

Wow your teriyaki salmon does look good! Any everyone knows taking photos is definitely part of the development and helping process!


So glad to hear it went well. I got to tour Seattle with Dan and Jacinthe last April and they are lovely people doing a really cool thing with Start From Scratch. And that salmon looks beee-yooo-teee-ful. Mouthwatering. Curious tho... what did you think of the birch syrup?

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I appreciate spending some time to talk about that, I believe firmly regarding this and so really enjoy understanding more about this kind of subject.Keep up the good work!

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Catch oyster bar is making me so hungry

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Good post, thanks for taking time to discuss this subject.

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