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Tanna

Lindy the poached egg sounds divine on this! And some fine rustic bread. Oh mine. I know that would be like heaven. This is so simple but way into super extra good.

Tanna

Roasted Rat, just doesn't have the right ring to it somehow.
That poached egg on the veggies sounds like the most perfect breakfast, lunch or dinner meal I can think of. The simple things are often over the top wonderful.

Tanna

Ooops, guess I'll go for three. I thought the first one disappeared!
Sorry.

Pat

Last night my husband rolled out a Trader Joe's whole wheat pizza crust and we topped it with your recipe and some fresh mozarella. So so good!

Have been enjoying your blog for quite some time. Brings back good memories of many visits to our daughter when she was a student at Pitt.

-Pat

Pat

Last night my husband rolled out a Trader Joe's whole wheat pizza crust and we topped it with your recipe and some fresh mozarella. So so good!

Have been enjoying your blog for quite some time. Brings back good memories of many visits to our daughter when she was a student at Pitt.

-Pat

Pat

Guess I'll go for three also. Not sure what I did to post it twice.

Lynn D.

I'll try to say this just once...One day when you are feeling adventurous, you may want to check out Lobscouse and Spotted Dog (http://www2.wwnorton.com/pob/SpottedD/welcome.htm) It's a thoroughly researched cookbook of all the dishes served aboard ship in Patrick O'Brian's naval series which included Master and Commander. Rats were a big problem aboard ship, of course. They were called "millers" because they were often found in the flour barrels. When caught, and roasted they were considered quite a delicacy. If I remember correctly the mother-daughter team who wrote the book have actually tried it and declared it not bad. I'll stick with your veg version!

lee

I shed a few tears during the movie during that scene when it whisks him back to his childhood. My dad used to make ratatouille all the time. Unlike you though, I didn't love it. I still appreciate that he cooked for us though!

claudia

been serving it with ww couscous - i love the egg idea

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