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Jan 18, 2007

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Anne

Completely beautiful - both the dish and the food. Especially the dish, I must confess - I drooled over those pastels this summer, but they still haven't made it to Sweden. Per wouldn't let me buy one in London, claiming that they'll be easily available here too. Ha.

Karina

Darling, that is one gorgeous, sexy, comforting risotto!

Have a healthy, joyous 2007!

Kristen

Your risotto looks great!

I can totally relate to the pregnancy parts of your post. I feel like I've been pregnant constantly for the past 5 years, which isn't true, but it feels like that. I overcompensated on food and housewares since I couldn't by the clothes and shoes I really wanted to buy.

Pille

Anything with mushrooms sounds good to me. Add that to the same list as pain perdu is, please:)
Oh, and I must remember to treat myself to one of those baby blue Le Creuset thingies myself. I'll be in London just before my birthday, so that's a good excuse to buy one:)

Trig

Your recipe looks absolutely perfect and the result is beautifully photographed. This is professional cooking at its very best!

Katie

Your risotto looks great. I too can relate to the pregnancy issues. I went 5 days past my due date...how wretched. I'll be thinking of you and hoping that your little one comes soon!!

Andrea

Oh, I feel for you. Those last few weeks of pregnancy can be pure torture (at least mine were). Best wishes for an imminent delivery.

Oh, and that risotto looks stunning. It's going on my kitchen table very soon!

Brilynn

Ooooh a Le Creuset! Let the little guy stay inside if it allows you to keep buying things like that! Your risotto looks delicious.

Susan at Food "Blogga"

How interesting...baked risotto. I've never tried that method, but I will after seeing your recipe. Plus I have a surplus of chestnuts that are calling out to be used.

Ros

I've seen recipes for baked risotto around before but for some reason I never trusted them - probably because I don't trust any recipe which involves me leaving the food alone for any amount of time.

I should really get over that hang-up... maybe this is a good place to start. The risotto looks delicious.

coffeepot

It sure does look good.

Veron

mushroom and risotto what a great combination. The picture looks so delicious!

Erielle

Oh, thank you for posting this recipe! It looks delicious. Especially the melted fontina part, oh boy! Usually my husband is the #1 risotto stirrer in the house, but for this dish, I'm sure he won't mind that he doesn't have to stand over the stove for thirty minutes.

Jeanne

Oooh, mushrooms, cheese and rice - all my favourite comforting things together! This looks heavenly - have never tried a baked risotto. And I love that Le Crueset blue range... Every time I see some I am tempted to buy - until I realise that I am so not a baby blue kinda person! So I stuck with the gunmetal colour and treated myself to two a skillet and a little Dutch oven for a late Christmas gift. Some things a girl's just gotta have ;-)

Enthusiastically Human

oh YUMMMMM! and the brown is so pretty against your blue dish.

Dazy

This mushroom risotto sounds wonderful. I am planning to make this recipe next week. My kids would be hugging me.

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