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December 12, 2007

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Deborah

This looks and sounds wonderful. In fact, I think your version sounds much better than the original version!

Hillary

I already know this is going to be my favorite tomorrow! That looks gorgeous and delicious!

Bunty

I HOPE THIS IS WHAT YOU WANTED ME TO DO

JUST CAME BACK FROM THE INTERNIST HIS SCALE MUST BE WRONG WITH SOME EFFORT (not enough it seems)
I DID NOT LOSE A POUND SINCE THE LAST VISIT THREE MONTHS AGO. HE SAID THATS OK (easy for him to say)

IT MUST BE FROM READING YOUR BLOG AND EATING TOO MUCH PASTA LOVE BUNTY

MyKitchenInHalfCups

Geepers Sher those shrimp look totally marvelous! I mean just perfect except they need to be on a spoon just popping in my mouth and not on this computer screen!
Right, do I ever . . . song repeating . . .

Lydia

Capers and currants always reminds me of the wonderful chicken marbella from Silver Palate. I will definitely have to try this one -- I don't think I've ever met a shrimp dish I did not love!

Kevin

Great looking pasta! I like the use of the currants and capers.

sher

Deborah,

Thank you. It's such a simple recipe, I think people can do a lot with it. Scallops would be good too.


Hillary,

I hope you make it! I enjoyed it very much, and the ease in cooking it was certainly nice.


Bunty,

Looking forward to your visit! It will be lots of fun!


Tanna,

Yes, it would be very nice if we could taste the food that we see on these blogs! Maybe someday that will happen.


Lydia,

I've never met a shrimp I didn't devour! :):) These were pretty darn good! I did sprinkle on some of the Mor-Sels, of course.


Kevin,

Yes, the capers and currants, as well as the chili flakes all added contrasting flavors that were delicious.

Rosa

A great dish! Very tasty! I love orzo...

Cheers,

Rosa

Glenna

Oh wow, Sher! That looks so good and sounds so sophisticated. Just beautiful.

Ruth

I agree with Deborah - I like your ingredients better than Mario's. Thanks for sharing with Presto Pasta Nights.

Anh

Yum! I have been thinking to use more orzo. Now I have a solid recipe to try!

PPN

PPN is NOT food!

A scientist in the kitchen

You're making me curious about orzos... Hope I could try one of these days.

Christine

I love orzo!! I don't use it very much these days, but your recipe is inspiration enough for me to try this beautiful recipe!

Katie

Oooooh that looks soooo good! Mon mari gave me a cold for Christmas and I am craving tomato-y anything!

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