On how some things never change

I am, as you know, an extremely prolific author, and that means I am constantly working. But it also means I am constantly getting stuck.

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Jessica can always tell because that’s when I start trying new recipes for dinner. It’s amazing the number of ideas a good tofu marinade can shake loose.

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1 Comment

  1. Indeed, it is! I’m pretty sure tofu is the answer to all the world’s problems. 😉

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