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Sep 27, 2007

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SeeC

First time in your blog. Looks very neat and organised.
Got here thru' Suganya of Tasty Palettes.

Will get my time to go through everything.

Thanks for the lovely event.

maybahay

hmm, definitely something to try but i hope i find some decent Pecorino di Pienza in Sydney. i've never had hard cheese in oil before- looks gorgeous and i'm sure it's very tasty.

Lisa

Oh Johanna.. I can't tell you how good that looks. I'd never think to use a hard cheese like Romano preserved in oil. But now that I've seen it (your photo is breathtaking!) I must - absolutely MUST - try it!

Beautiful =)

xoxo

andreea

i'm one of the 'blind eye' people :)
have been back and forth on business, and will post today (tomorrow lateste) on my wtism ... hope it's not too late!
gorgeous pecorino (just brought some back from italy, so perfect timing)

ejm

Oh my!! That looks fantastic! How long would that keep?

-Elizabeth

P.S. I'd be more than happy to nip over and help you tidy up your shelves so you'd have some room for more jars ;-)

Zlamushka

My mum is nuts about pickled cheese. She d be honored to receive a jar like this as a present. Talking about gifts, I myself am hosting an event that is dedicated to giving food as a present. I would love you to have a look and maybe you could come up with something? http://www.burntmouth.com/2007/10/spoonful-of-christmas.html

Jeanne

OMG, can we please have some of that when I come to visit this weekend? It sounds absolutely marvellous. Had only ever thought of soft cheese in oilve oil, not hard cheese, but the combination of flavours sounds fantastic.

johanna

jeanne, there's only one jar left! i will put it to the side for you... but there are no guarantees that the mob won't find it!

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