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March 11, 2008


Lynn D.

Darn it,I was just in Portland for a TJ's run, but didn't know about their puff pastry. Next time...


Have just tried this recipe using your suggested combo of vegetables. A good easy recipe (made hummous with canned chickpeas) My husband liked it too, but thought it tasted better the next day


Jennifer- I really liked it better the next day, too. I took a square with me for lunch, and ate it at room temperature. Everything had sort of melded nicely.

Jollibee Philippine

I like its crusty-brown color,it is absolutely mouth-watering food!I wanna try this recipe.!


Jollibee web site

I like it so much,i am a vegeterian and i am so happy for this blog.


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