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In the Lowfat Gingerbread Applesauce Cake recipe on page 257, the method lists baking soda twice. Please note that the all the baking soda should be added with the molasses and applesauce, not with the dry ingredients.

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  1. March 26, 2012 7:02 am

    Dear Amy,
    My name is Curtis Gould and I am the owner of The Soup Guy, LLC here in Dover, NH. I make a line of artisan soups and chili and have been marketing them at area farmer’s markets and at a couple of local grocery stores for the past 2 1/2 years. I’m writing you to see if you might be interested in sampling my product(s). I’d be happy to get you samples of any or all of my current offerings. Because I try to source ingredients from local farms, my soups change based on availability of produce. Right now I am making the following:

    Ole Mole Chili, Corn N Bacon Chowdah, Cuban Citrus Black Bean Soup, Leek N’ Tattie (potato) Soup and Highlander Breakfast Soup which is a rice based soup that when served cold (often as a desert) is almost like a rice pudding. I also make a product to compliment my soups and chili called “Souper Awesome Seeds”, which are great as a condiment sprinkled on top of all my savory soups and on salads made from organic sunflower seeds, dry roasted and finished with a low sodium gluten free tamari and a spot of red pepper sauce. Everything I make and market is gluten free.

    Please let me know if you’d like to sample anything.

    All the best,

    Curtis Gould, Owner

    The Soup Guy, LLC
    (603) 801-2957

    Winner “Best of NH 2010” for Healthy Soups
    “Handmade artisan Soups and Chili that are all natural, locally sourced, 100% gluten free & exceptionally delicious”

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  3. Susan permalink
    October 4, 2014 9:18 am

    Hi Amy — On the list of American Apple Festivals on page 280, the Franklin County Ciderdays website should be (plural). Look forward to seeing you there this year.

  4. Doug Moore permalink
    October 11, 2016 11:01 am


    Please provide an updated list of the ‘Apple Varieties: The Cheat Sheet’ on this or some other web site.
    In visiting various orchards near Stow MA I found : Davey, Liberty, Paula Red, and Spartan, that are not in the cheat sheet. New varieties come out all the time. It would be helpful to have your categorization of additional apple varieties.

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