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  1. Wow wow wow wow wow!. LOVE it! It’s a pretty uncanny likeness as well! WOW!

  2. Chastity CianciulliAs a prior student of Angel Deihl, I can tell you she is AMAZING!!!! She is a weatlh of knowledge, between her experience, ability, and natural talent, she is a perfect teacher! It is because of her I have not only become a successful MUA, but will soon have my license as a paramedical esthetician. She helped me start living my dream, and now I’m fulfilling it!!! If you love makeup, enjoy helping people feel amazing about themselves, and want to make money at it I can think of no other person I’d recommend than her!!! I wish this opportunity was around when I was in school!! Congratulations Angel! You are an amazing person, artist, and teacher! They’re lucky to have have such a creative teacher! P.s. this picture was my work within the first 6 months of Angel’s mentoring. Just saying! Kiss Kiss!! — with Angel Deihl.

  3. Ata

    Great post Mark. My Mom was born in Calabria and I have been making N’Duja here in Seattle for about 5 years. This sumemr I was blessed to visit my family in Calabria and made a trip to Spillinga to visit a salumeria called Monteporo. What a treat!!!! I spent the better half of a morning there and was able to see their process start to finish as well as get some tips from the owner. Most importantly, US Customs never found the 3 N’Duja I smuggled home so I am able to compare flavor profiles from the real stuff. I think you nailed it when you referenced the N’Duja you had by the gentleman that had used local peppers. Nothing beats the stuff from Calabria in both flavor, heat and color. Your pics are great and they look really, really good.Kenny B.

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