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Costco members and the military
Loved the article “Honoring our veterans,”
—Becky Morrison, Poquoson, Virginia
Great recipes in the November issue!
I made the skillet chicken (“Cooking with
wine”), bruschetta (Farm to Table) and raspberry hand pies (“Quick and easy”) all in one
night for friends, and they loved everything!
—Donna Jones, Santa Rosa, California
My parents married in 1970 in Brooklyn,
New York. In 1975 my father gifted my mother
with a 5-quart white KitchenAid (“A stirring
revelation,” October 2018). He requested she
bake challah bread each week in honor of the
Sabbath. For the past 43 years, my mother
has baked challah bread every single Friday,
with the exclusion of the week of Passover.
The white KitchenAid, along with my
mother’s fresh challah, is legendary in
—Rochel Litzman, Monsey, New York
Such an interesting article about cashews
(“Nuts for perfection,” October 2018)—where
they are grown, how they are picked and
processed, and the season only being March
This is such a fun magazine to read.
I really enjoy it.
—Jean Ambrosius, De Pere, Wisconsin
I am responding to the “This Month”
October article “Be road-ready.” At least one
item should be added to the list: Check your
headlights, taillights and turn signals. The
days are shorter everywhere and it’s dark.
Also—remember to turn them on earlier! You
might be able to see, but can others see you?
—Laura Wallrath, Juneau, Alaska
In “Know your type” the description
of Type 1 diabetes should have read:
“Type 1 diabetes most typically a;ects
children and adolescents, but it can
occur anytime over a life span.”
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