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October 17, 2010

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Snap

What fun! I giggled at the title to your post. Well done! Of course you are proud of your daughter. I would be, too! Thanks for taking us along.

Cathy

How exciting this must have been!!! Loved the pics. Wishing you well!

Carol

What a great time from the looks of things! How cool is that! Enjoyed the pictures and your post!

Pondside

I love the action-packed mosaics. No wonder you're proud of your daughter......and thanks for the tip about getting the pips out underwater.

Sandi

What a fun day! Hope you have a great week!

mary

Wow, that looks like so much fun! Thanks for sharing at MM. :)

Pat ~ Mille Fiori Favoriti

What a fantastic menu each team developed and executed, Susan! Everything sounds delicious. I loved looking at your mosaics and seeing the finished products. I think I would have liked the fish entree the best for its uniqueness as the meat entree was one that has been made by many.
Congrats to you daughter and her team for a job well done!

Mary

What a fun post! The fish team's menu sounds the most tempting to me~ would love to see dueling chefs at Whole Foods :-)

{oc cottage}

Now that looks like it was a blast!

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Susan

I love pomegranate season and what a wonderful kick off! I looks like there were some very creative dishes made. Congrats to your daughter. My son-in-law is a chef!

EG Wow

That would have been so much fun to watch in person!

Vee

Clever post! No wonder you are proud of your girl! Wonder if there was a run on pomegranates after this. I see many good tips on serving.

Shirley Corwin

That looks like great fun. I would love to see a chefs cook off like that.

Mrs. Magpie

Susan, what a fun event! Your daughter is a cutie, too! I have a niece who has studied to be a chef and is Louisiana where she is hoping to find a good job.

XO,

Sheila :-)

Valerie

Sounds like an exciting day. The food looks delicious. As a kid I always loved when pomegranates were available in the store. We would get covered in juice eating them.

Jillsy

looks like a fun day! great mosaics!

Julie

What fun! I can remember eating pomegranates as a child... Those little red jewels were wonderful!

Raymonde

Mouth watering and great collages.

Have a good week. xxx

www.everydayiwalkwithyou.blogspot.com

Tyra

Very interesting post! I love pomegranates and they are so good for you, especially if you are a man :-) Great to see a working kitchen, I understand that you must be very proud of your daughter./ Tyra

Fragrant and Tasty in Tyra’s Garden

wendy

Looks like a fun time and I am sure the shoppers loved the aroma that was coming from the cook off! You must be so proud of your daughter!

Jen_from_NJ

Good for Karissa! How fun! Please let me know if there is a rematch. I would love to cheer her on.

Brenda Kula

Well, of course you are! I would be too. I so wish we had a Whole Foods.
Brenda

Betty @ She's Sew Pretty

What a fun post. There's nothing wrong with being proud of our children!! Thanks for the tip about how to empty a pomegranate. I will have to try that one.

Marion Hodge

It was great to see you at Whole Foods. I'm so sorry that I missed the competition, so I'm glad to read the wrapup here. Thanks for introducing me to your blog - what a beautiful escape!

Marion (Carolyn's mom)

susan ericson


Thanks for stopping by my blog Marion..please feel free to come by anytime. There is always something going on around here.
♥, Susan

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