Anthony Boutard

With his wife, Carol, Anthony Boutard runs Ayers Creek Farm in Gaston, Oregon.

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1. by Sally Wilson Spiewakowski on Jun 28, 2010 at 9:36 AM PDT

Hi, I read Aunt Sadie’s Black Bean Soup with interest. Sadie Colligen was a dear friend of my mother and father and as children, we played with their children. Their respective husbands worked for the same company in Cuba during the second war. I have saved this recipe and will prepare it for my 92 year old mother who believes that Sadie (her best friend) is still alive and well in Connecticut.

Thank you for printing this recipe.

Kindest regards,
Sally Wilson Spiewakowski

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