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12 August 2006

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diana

oh yummmmmm... i will try that !!

gracie

Mmmm yes.. that is how I like it!!!

Kit

That looks like a great summer pasta recipe, no cooking of sauce and loads of flavour. I can't remember what those little shapes are called, I used to love them in Italy, but we don't get them here.

Glad Yann reached home safely, you must have had a terrible time in between not knowing.

Susan

My Italian fiance and I would eat pasta every day of the week if we could. Some freshly grated parmesan, buffalo mozzarella, fresh sweet basil, tomatoes and olive oil-- can't live without it (and LOTS of garlic!)

ParisBreakfasts

YUM, back to the everyday les choses de la vie...

Nicole

Can I come for dinner? That looks divine.

cruststation

wonderful fresh ingredients and eating outside under the moon, dreamy!

Jeanne

Fabulous.
You like me season everything with love!
Blessings!

lindaharre

Your words are beautiful....forget the recipe, just the words fill me up! Thanks! also, thanks for all the sweet comments on my blog. You always make me feel so good about my work! Linda:-D)

Kerstin

I just love the poetry of your recipes, you should write a book with them!

meredith

MMmmmm, I am on my way :)

renee

Honey! I know what I want for brunch!
(as I call out from my lazy morning bed, to domesticating boyfriend in the kitchen)

deirdre

Oh. Yum.

Mrs.Staggs

This not only looks delicious Corey....it SOUNDS delicious!

Cousin Linda

Corey, so happy to have made "the blog." It is an honor to have my orzo pasta displayed so beautifully. I loved watching you enjoy this simple dish with its bold flavors bursting forth with each bite.

berrie

Delish! I've got to remember to try that! xo

anne

Wow, that looks incredible!

Have to remember that resipe. =)

Colette

It's one of my favorite dishes.

Yum!

Amber

Oh! I love that pasta!! Yum yum.

:)

gracia

Kisses of garlic... how I wish this dish was before me now.
take care, g

susan@artstream

yummy corey! maybe that will be dinner tonight! thank you for the inspiration! yummmmmmy photo too - you food stylist you!
hugs, susan

melba

That looks amazing. YUM!

herhimnbryn

Why, thankyou Corey for the introduction to these luscious ingredients!

jennifer

oh how YUMMY!

mary ann

that picture looks so good to EAT!

Barjoles

I'm gonna make this when I get home tonite...looks great..
Are you in Ca or France? Having a great summer I hope...
miss you..
Barjoles

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