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Monday, 01 May 2006

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amanda

Oh mr. boots! this meal looks fantastic. truly wonderful. I just know the mme. must have enjoyed this. I will definately try some pasta cooked in red wine.

L. Pants

Thank you. It was fun to cook and more fun to eat. The red wine thing is definitely worth trying out. I imagine that it has all sorts of wider applicability too.

Jacqueline

This is just amazing. If you don't mind, may I ask what the ingredients and recipe are? I'd really love to try and cook this for my family, friends and better half one day. Thanks!

Boots in the Oven

Jacqueline, thanks! The recipe for the red-wine spaghetti is here: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/michael-chiarello/red-wine-spaghetti-with-broccoli-rabe-recipe/index.html

And my husband added seared scallops. The sabayon is in the Silver Spoon cookbook.

christina

hi there (:

i just came across your blog while surfing the internet and i really like it.

so this is just a comment to let you know your blog has been appreciated by one more person on the blogsphere. keep it up!

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