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December 16, 2005

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Stephanie

This all sounds wonderful...I know Matt was interested in pretty much everything!

Thanks for taking the time to join the party!

Glutton Rabbit

Goodness! I love the food and your presentation is so marvelous!

beastmomma

I am in awe of your amazing skills.

souris

is that mom's lemongrass recipe? drooling.

Cath

Hey Stephanie -- thanks again for hosting a great party; I always love coming over...

Glutton Rabbit (love the name!) - thank you so much! I'm still learning how to plate...sometimes, it's more of a happy mistake than a deliberate presentation. Usually I'm just ready to eat so getting a photo is pure luck! :-) Thanks for visiting!

Jaspreet -- you are so sweet, as usual; thanks!

Souris-- YEP! That's Mom's recipe there. This one is her version of one of the Seven Beef Courses dishes. I was drooling just smelling the marinade. I think it's Pavlovian...

Raspil

go to the Ristorante Italiano in the Riviera. best Osso Buco ever. incredible mussels. i went there in September and it was easily the best meal i've had in about seven years.

souris

Okay readers you got one of our mom's most famous recipes for *free*. Remember to buy her cookbook when she gets it published. Ki, tsk tsk.

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