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  1. Ivy,
    I trust you are getting this e-mail. I do not have a twitter account. I am a friend of Anna Savvidis and she gave me your name. Is it only available from Amazon for my kindle? I seem to think there is a hard copy and I would like to have that.

    Please respond to my e-mail address. I think that’s what Ηλ. διευθυνση means, not sure.

    My parents were Greek from Asia Minor and my Mom had made peinirli which she learned from an Armenian neighbor but I don’t remember an egg on top. Looks yummy.
    Thanks. Florence (Φωτεινη)

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