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MariaDNoCA

And is she asking as a friend or foodie?

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Posted to Thread #17641 at 10:31 pm on Feb 6, 2010

As a friend she might just be looking for support, as a foodie she may be looking for your experience.

The fact she did a dry run of the food makes me thinks she is a bit nervous about the dinner, but that could be just me as I never do a dry run.

After compliments first, if you think she would be open/wanting advise you might say you've made a crowd pleasing version of that dish before that's slightly different and you'd be happy to share if she is interested in comparing it to hers (or if you are saying it via email just include it), but of course she'd need to decide if it would pair well with the rest of her meal.

Otherwise I might just be supportive of her efforts.


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