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January 22, 2008



Well, it certainly looks good from here! (Probably won't be able to try it as lamb is very expensive here..)


This looks great!


This looks absolutely gorgeous and I love the sweet potato with it and to be honest, I prefer couscous, I'm not a rice person...glad you liked it!

Susan from Food Blogga

Now, that's an elegant dinner for guests. I'll have to remember this one, Ann.


*cleans drool from keyboard*

I have to stop reading food blogs in class. I also have to find a good butcher in Boston. I have a craving for lamb that is going to spiral out of control if I don't satisfy it soon.


Ann, I think the photo looks great and I love the new look of your site! I finally got you added to my sidebar so that I can come and visit much more often - I can't wait to see all that you have in store!!


Not wanting to sound redundant - I'm definitely going to try this :)


I know exactly what you're talking about with the blog comments---there are just too many delicious blogs out there to keep up with all the cooking! Thanks for the link, I haven't seen Ronell's blog yet! :)


Nice work coming out of your kitchen! Should i stop by for leftovers? haha


hello ann, i felt the same way when i saw ronels' lambshank with curried sultana sauce..i said "gotta try that too"...looking at your version..i guess i really need to try to do mine too this weekend...have a nice day :-)


Mmmmm. I can almost smell the aroma and spices from here, yum...


Manggy, what a shame! When you visit New York we will have a feast of lamb. :-)

Ronell, thank you for such a great recipe... it really reflected what I've come to think of as your food-art sensibilities.

Susan, do have a look at Ronell's photo for a perfect dinner party presentation. Mine wouldn't stand up like hers did!

Adele, this one is a must-try!

Michelle, nice to see you again! Glad you like the new look and thanks for adding me to your blogroll... I've returned the favor.

giz, ha! Then my work here is done!

clumsy, I am so glad you're checking out MyFrenchKitchen... it's full of treasures.

Zenchef, hell with THAT, I want YOUR left-overs!

dhanggit, I'd love to see your version! Glad you're back to blogging again and that things are looking up.

Pasticcera, this would be perfect on a snowy day (if only we had snow).


I know what you mean, I do this all the time. I have such good intentions of making certain recipes I see on blogs, but it doesn't always happen, or I forget where I saw it so life just gets in the way!

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