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January 23, 2007

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Tanna

Fantastic!!! and not one is a dessert! I need to get cooking.

Pooja

hi,
dropping here for the first time.
such a nice blog you have !
i just love it . A nice meme you have started, I will see if I can take this meme . :)
thanks
-Pooja

Butta Buns

Ha, I knew you'd have some type of tomato sandwhich in there. Lucky Bob to be living with such a creative cook.

And you've brought up the elusive kedgeree. I completey forgot about it until now. It'll always be shrouded in mystery for me. Before the advance of the Internet, I kept coming across the dish in British novels but couldn't find any reference in cookbooks. It drove me mad trying to figure out what it was, the only ingredients mentioned were prawns and eggs.

Don't know if I can do this meme just yet since my blog is going slow. But I'll definatly be making the kedgeree, especially if it's from Mrs. Lawson.

ann

That #2 recipe is at the top of my list for the first dish I make in our new apartment. I've been dreaming about it ever since my mom brought me back some saffron from Spain. And now that winter's set in with a vengeance, it might be nice to have some summery yellow in the kitchen!

Julie

Great choices! You've made some spectacular things in the past year.

I'm looking at these thinking, "Hhmmm....which one should I make for dinner tonight?"

Rosa

A great list! The "Wok Tossed Salmon" and the "Sopes" particularly attract me...

Thanks for doing this meme!

Shannon

Ooooh, I'm gonna tag myself for this meme and post it tonight! Your salmon dish is gonna be on there for sure!

aria

yum! numbers 8 and 2 are still subjects of my stalking. growl, drool, they look sooo delicious. one of these days...

i missed your kedgeree recipee somehow, i love the idea of asian spices and salmon. mmmmm!

Jennifer

The Ginger Chicken looks so comforting and delicious!

My stomach is growling!

bea at La tartine gourmande

You are making me so hungry with this list.

Alisha

Those all look so fantastic I can see why you picked them.

Teresa

I've always wanted to make Nigella's kedegree, especially since I've never had one before. It looks fabulous.

I'm with you on the BLT.

Claire

Yum! these look so good. I'm always looking for new eggplant recipes.

kross-eyed kitty

OMG! I'm sitting here salivating...all of those recipes look SOOOO GOOOOD!
I also like when my food comes in "Paintbox Colours"

gattina

Glad to see your round-up! My husband just told me he had a wonderful dish at a pub which was ginger chicken (hey, is he my husband? He used to hate ginger!) Now I must try your recipe!

Bunty

THEY ALL LOOK GOOD DID YOU EVER SERVE ANY OF THEM TO ME?
THE SALMON OF COURSE WOULD BE MY CHOICE
IF ALL THE INGREDIENTS WERE NOT TOO SPICY.


sher

Tanna,

Thank you! Yes, I don't make many desserts, I must admit. I should do a post on why that is so. :)


Pooja,

Thank you coming to my blog. I enjoyed looking at yours too. Excellent!

Butta Buns,

Thank you! Do try the kedgeree. There are different versions, but the rice, seafood and hard boiled eggs are so yummy and comforting. I wish I had some right now! And yes--I will always lust after a tomato sandwich!


Ann,

Thank you. Number two is amazingly simple, but fabulous. Hope the moving is going OK. It will be done and then you will have a nice big kitchen to work your magic!


Julie,

Thank you! Close your eyes and just pick one at random! :)


Rosa,

Than you for tagging me. It was fun to re-visit the recipes.


Shannon,

Thank you! Hope you are feeling better. The salmon is really easy to make, isn't/ It's from the Dancing Shrimp cookbook.


Aria,

Thank you. Well, your kedgeree recipe made me drool! It's one of my top comfort foods!


Jennifer,

Thank you! The Ginger Chicken is comforting--and it's super fast to make. Good combination, eh?

Bea,

Thank you. If I can make you hungry, I'm thinking I did a good job! :):)


Alisha,

Thank you! I almost felt like I had to choose between children. Kinda silly of me, I guess!


Teresa,

Thank you. Everyone I've made that kedgeree for loves it--even the ones who think rice is blah.

Wishing I had a BLT NOW!


Claire,

Thank you. I think you would like that eggplant recipe. It's so pretty, and it tastes great. Thanks to Deborah Madison!

Kross-eyed kitty,

Thank you!!! I always like to hear about the salivating. :):) I do that too.


Gattina,

Thank you! I always love anything with a lot of ginger in it. And this recipe is so soothing and delicious. That says it all for me.


Bunty,

Thank you. No, I didn't make this salmon for you., It would be a little spicey. But, I will make you salmon when you come--just the way you like it! :)


Elise Bauer

What a great idea! I love the grilled ham and cheese sandwich btw. I can just imagine how good it must be.

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