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April 05, 2007

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Tanna

Lindy that just seems genius like! One shank really provides that much flavor! Maybe the most amazing part is that you've built it to ge two great and different meals! Genius!

Luisa

That looks and sounds luscious! And just perfect for an Easter weekend in which leg of lamb is too daunting.

Julie

This sounds totally, completely, utterly delicious. If my head ever surfaces above the current morass, I'm going to try it.

Baking Soda

Mmmm looking yummy! I like your explanation on the science of acidic and dried.... I have a friend who is a chemistry engineer (is that what you'd call it in English?) and he always comes up with these fantastic solutions...tomato soup to acidic? Add soda....
Well, it is a good thing to have him as a friend, don't know about his abilities in the kitchen. ;-)

Lynn D.

This sounds delicious. I might add a pinch of cinnamon, because I love it with lamb and tomatoes.

(another) Julie

Just checking in to ask how the foot healing is coming along.

Penne your way looks delicious and I hope it's keeping your mind off unpleasantries like your foot situation.

lindy

Hello all you Julies and other friends. I'm right there with the cinnamon, Lynn, it goes in next time. Foot is good! Just to the burn doctor, and no graft needed! I am growing brand new skin, and somehow feel rather proud and more than a little amazed that I can do this. It looks like a foot again, and can be walked upon handily (or foot-ily). Thanks for asking.

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