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Jul 17, 2007



God that looks damn fine! I will try that. I may also have to get Skye Gyngell's book.


This stew looks fantastic. The best part is that it is quickly cooked. You are a darling Johanna!


This stew/bouillabaisse looks delicious...the photo makes me wish it was in front of me right now, since it is almost lunchtime here in Tours!Will definitely also have a peek at Skye Gyngell's book.


Thank you Johanna, what a great entry, just shows how simple and good heart healthy food really can be!


Looks so good Johanna!

I have been intending to get that book for a while. I still haven't been to Petersham Nurseries either... I really must go soon.


Très appétissant. On se croirait dans le sud de la France.


I was hoping to tag you for the following meme, which I just completed.

"I have been tagged to post 8 random facts. I have to post these rules before I give you the facts: Each participant posts eight random facts about themselves. Tagees should write a blogpost of eight random facts about themselves. At the end of the post, eight more bloggers are tagged. Go to their blog and leave a comment telling them they're tagged."


That looks absolutely delicous Johanna! I might just have to make that when my family are coming to visit next month. I'll be out and about all day, playing London tour guide for them, and a dish that I can prep in advance and is ready in 5 minutes sounds perfect.


that recipe has jumped to the top of my "to make" list - lovely johanna!


When do the almonds and chopped tomatoes go in? Just doing it now... and realized I don't know what to do with the almonds?


Steamy Kitchen

fish stew is one of my fav things to eat when its rainy or cold outside. I'll keep this recipe on file for the next rain!


Que bueno!!!! Rape!!!! Mi favorito! Could I use ground anise seeds instead of the booze? I normally put an inch sized sliver of orange zest in mine... as with Bolognaise! Try that, it's lovely!!!!!!! And always alioli!!! Glad the man's back safely!

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