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March 02, 2008



Welcome back! Sounds like a wonderful trip. It must be hard to return to cold and snow after having daffodils and blossoming trees. I know it would be for me. But of course it's always nice to be back in your home.

Julie (Too)

So glad to hear you had a gorgeous trip. And this recipe just hits the spot for me -- I have to figure out some new dishes for the vegetarian family up the street (I have a barter arrangement going where I cook for them)...

Lynn D.

This sounds like the perfect Sunday lunch. Welcome back; I'm eager to hear more about your trip. I'd also like to send you a wonderful English cookbook (as a loaner), so e-mail me your postal address.


Glad you had a great trip! I don't recover as quickly as I'd like either.


Lentils are one of the best foods on the planet. I just made tofu shepherd's pie for a dinner party that included vegetarian, dairy-free, and gluten-free guests. (Freezing the tofu first turns it into a strange and spongy repository for savory mushroom gravy.) It was pretty tasty and everyone was suitably impressed by this dish that catered to everyone's dietary fetishes.


I'm glad you had a wonderful trip. While I love lentils, my initial reaction to any sort of bean loaf is, well, skeptical. But, since you find it more delicious than therapeutic, I might have to give it a try.

the chocolate lady (eve)

Beans! Splendid!
I am guessing you toast the walnuts before powdering them, yes? and maybe some beer in the gravy if you haven't made stock?


You know Eve, I always toast nuts when doing some baking, yet I didn't even think of it here. That is an excellent idea. I'm sure beer would work with plenty of onions and some dried mushrooms for a gravy.

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