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2005.03.26

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Valerie

MMM...I haven't had bialy's since I lived in Pittsburgh....almost 28 years ago. If you're sharing, I'll take some!!

Do you think it will help that we're switching to daylight savings time for your photo's? Well...wishing you bright sunny days anyway!

Catherine D.

Ithaca gets fewer sunny days than Seattle, so I need all bright thoughts possible :)

And if I do come up with a decent bialy recipe, I'll post it. They're probably my favorite sandwich bread.

loretta

Love bialys Mom

Charlotte

What's bialys?

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