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    • Gary Parlapiano
    • August 12th, 2009

    This is a great blog! Very well designed and excellently written. Very user friendly easy to navigate with useful links. Keep posting.

    • marcia fourness
    • September 20th, 2009

    Enjoy your prose/history with recipe. Makes the food even more tantalizing that the alluring photos. I would like to try every recipe. You inspire. Well done….both photography and writing. Fun to return to your blog to see ‘what’s up’ next. I’m hungry.

    • Jenny
    • November 10th, 2009

    I just discovered this site as I was looking for the Cook’s Country Twice Baked Potatoes. Great photos and I love the narratives. Please keep posting as I’m going definitely inspired to try out your other recipes! Thank you!

  1. We love everything you make. So tell me this: what should I do with the enormous boneless lamb shoulder I have in my freezer?

  2. Malcolm – Thanks so much for reading. I envy your enormous boneless lamb shoulder in the freezer as it’s one of my all-time favorite cuts of meat. Check out my recipe for Pappardelle with Lamb Ragu for a great way to work with this cut of lamb.

  3. I finally made this today, and it was freaking amazing. Thanks for delivering, yet again…your site is quickly turning into one of the ones to beat.

    Here’s a quick photo:

    Thanks again.

    • Carson
    • October 13th, 2010

    What happened to the site? This had to be hands down one of my favorite food blogs to check out on a weekly basis? Please post a new recipe when you can, I havent had a bad one yet.

    • Kendra
    • January 2nd, 2011

    I agree with Carson! From the first recipe I made, Spinach-Gorgonzola Pasta, I’ve loved this blog.

    • Michelle
    • March 5th, 2011

    I stumbled across it because of a link on another site for the mozzarella sticks & buttermilk dip recipe, then I stayed to find about a dozen other ones that made my mouth water, which I will be making soon. Well done, friend.

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