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Oct 12, 2006

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Meeta

Johanna, this looks so delicious. In the picture the terrine looks light and fluffy. I am so glad I decided on these ingredients because I'll have that recipe in my own Mingle!
Thank you so much!

Jeanne

Looks heavenly - how can you resist sage and zucchini in the same dish? And a beautiful pic with the tomatoes too :-)

Brilynn

What an excellent creation!

Isis

This looks great. In my case it is not my mum who is growing courgettes but me. And I have frozen kilos to serve me in winter for soups and soups and soups and now this terrine.

Julie O'Hara

I think you may have managed to improve upon one of my favorite things, the frittata! Good idea and it looks beautiful too.

Falbala

Is Elle à Table made in english version. Because i'm french and i want to improve my english kitchen word by reading english magazine

johanna

Hi Falbala, there is no English version of Elle A Table, but there are other English magazines worth checking out... here are my favourites:
Delicious Magazine: for subscriptions, follow this link: https://secure2.subscribeonline.co.uk/DELI/login.cfm

Olive , here’s the link for subscriptions follow this link: https://secure2.subscribeonline.co.uk/bbcmagazines/subscription.cfm?cmp=OWEB1206&mag=OLIV

These are my favourite UK magazines, but there’s also
Fresh with an overseas subscription on this page: http://www.subscription.co.uk/home/mpurchase.asp?m=972&src=WEB1&ts=&tt=

And of course, there’s the beautiful donna hay magazine which you can subscribe to here: http://www.subscribenow.com.au/home/mpurchase.asp?m=10015&src=4027

Or the Australian Gourmet Traveller , try this link for subscriptions: http://www.isubscribe.com.au/title_info.cfm?prodID=947

hope this helps!

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