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what are you eating?

What are you eating?
Kristin from Magnificent Bliss and her Spanish Stew
What are you eating?
My dear friend Kirsten from Simply Grove with her Summer salad and yogurt
What are you eating?
Whitney from Darling Dexter with her Asparagus and cheese pastry
What are you eating?
Kathleen from Jeremy and Kathleen with Banana pancakes
What are you eating?
My neighbor, Jenn from Pure Mod Life with Cob salad and cheddar biscuits
What are you eating?
Wendy from Dozi Design with Wontons
What are you eating?
Joslyn from Simple Lovely with Orecchiette with sausage, asparagus and spinach

Wow, I'm blown away with how all of you talented bloggers find the time
to prepare such beautiful meals.
I had quite a few lovely readers send in their food photos so I will be
posting the rest next week, do not fret if you don't see yours today!

19 comments:

  1. Wow -- those are making me huuuuuuungry! I'm especially drooling over the asparagus and cheese pastry -- any chance there might be a recipe associated with it?

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  2. These all look amazing! I'm officially STARVED now! :)

    Dawn
    http://thealternativebride.blogspot.com/

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  3. oh wow i'm hungry...kristin's salad looks crazy good!
    so fun ;-)

    xo

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  4. starving! thank you for including my stew. would love the recipe for all the other beautifully photographed meals.

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  5. Mmm! These look fabulous!

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  6. yum! i am now very hungry. : ) love these posts.

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  7. yum, those dumplings look so delish!

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  8. mmm..those meals are looking really good about now!!

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  9. These look so delicious!!! Can't wait to get some cooking done today. :)

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  10. Thanks for sharing these...they ALL look delicious! :-)

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  11. oh such a fun post..makes me hungry! off to create something yummy!

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  12. I would love to eat any and all of those dishes! Except, I'll have to wait until my man leaves the house. He gets really bossy in the kitchen and tries to tell you how to cook even your own granny's secret recipes. Oh, Frenchmen. They will always be right and we'll always be wrong.

    *sigh*
    -Shaboom
    FrenchSkinny.blogspot.com

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  13. oh my goodness, these all look so delicious!!!!

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  14. Recipe for Asparagus and cheese tart

    Asparagus and cheese tart
    Adapted from Great Food Fast. Makes one tart that serves 4-6 people for lunch, with a side salad or bowl of soup.

    1 sheet frozen puff pastry
    1-1/2 cups gruyere, Emmental or swiss cheese, shredded
    1 pound medium asparagus
    1 Tbsp olive oil
    Salt and pepper

    Preheat oven to 400°F. On a floured surface, open the sheet of pastry into a square. Trim uneven edges. Place the pastry on a baking sheet. With a sharp knife score the dough one inch in from the edges on all four sides, to form a border. Using a fork, pierce the dough inside the markings at half-inch intervals. Bake until golden, about 12-13 minutes.

    Remove the pastry from the oven, and sprinkle the cheese inside the border. Trim the bottoms of the asparagus spears to fit crosswise inside the tart shell; arrange in a single layer over the cheese. Brush with oil, and season with salt and pepper. Bake 18-20 minutes, or until spears are tender. Serve warm.

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  15. those all look delicious, but why no recipes?

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  16. Where can I find the recipe for the cobb salad and cheddar biscuits?

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  17. Tilley-check out puremodlife.com, my friend Jennifer is the one who made this and she can give you the recipe.

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  18. they all look amazing...these are some talented women! they should open a restaurant!

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  19. Hi! I found you via Simple Lovely. I love peaking at what other people are cooking. What a fun post!

    I having this: http://www.flickr.com/photos/birdsonawire/4491931952/in/photostream/ Yum!

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-Jennifer

 

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