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Jun 16, 2007

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Bonnie

OMG, how good was this? I'm so glad you posted the lentils recipe, because I've still got them in the cupboard.

It was decadent, wasn't it? I was already full by the end of this dish, not to mention what was to follow....

johanna

well, bonnie, that was really a mistake on my part, i overlooked that this was featured as a main and we had it as a starter without adjusting the quantities... but we're grown-ups? we can take this?

Bonnie

We took it indeed! As tough as it was, we struggled through and managed another 2 dishes... oh, what we do for food.

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

That is a beautiful presentation! Good Job Johanna=D

ecobabe

OMG, that is a rather intense sounding dish, so many flavours and such yummy rich protein. I will definitely try the lentils and the salmon.

With regards to the overflowing shelves of cookbooks, I'm trying to trim down on my purchasing lately and have discovered that my local library has an amazingly current and diverse selection of cookbooks. I'm slowly borrowing all the tomes I would love to own, pouring over them and photographing the recipes I like. Not as good as owning them and having them for easy reference but a good way of having a good look/feel before you buy.

Jeanne

Oh what happy memories coem flooding back! Last week I started a post on this wonderful event & it is still languishing in my drafts folder. Must make an attempt to get it posted this week. This starter was the highlight of the day for me...

Audrey

I love Salmon. Thumb up for trying this not so easy LOOKING dish! Sounds delicious.

What did you have as main course, then?

johanna

our main was tea-smoked duck in her juices, Parisian chive gnocci and asparagus, and for dessert we had strawberry shortcake with balsamic icecream... mmh!

Silverbrow

On so many levels, this causes me problems. First, I had thought having just eaten lunch that I wasn't hungry. I am now. Second, how do you get such good photos and third, I now have yet another cook book added to my Amazon wish list.

johanna

So sorry, Anthony, I am guilt-ridden! But I do promise you’ll get a lot of pleasure from this book and so will silverbrowess!

Steamy Kitchen

oh my...you are a brave, brave, talented woman!

Rosa

That dish looks extremely good! And the presentation is neat...

peabody

Oh fig chutney, now that sounds good.

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