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Well, I admit the thought of making it intimates me completely. But it looks wonderful. Brave you!
It looks fabulous! I wish I had a bite right now! Yummy!
You post today has made me hungry, LOL!IT LOOKS YUMMY!!Blessings,Jo
I rented the movie a couple of weeks ago and am dying to try this now. Glad to know it'll be worth the effort! -amy
Yummy! What time do you want me to show up?I love the story you left on my blog, wish mine was from my childhood. How cool you still have it. Lisa
Mmmmmm...............YUMM-O!We went to see the movie too....I wish they could have piped in the cooking aromas! I'm a lousy cook so I don't see any of these delish dishes in my future. I'm glad yours turned out well.Warm hugs,Spencer
Yummy!!!! Please stop by my site today....I have something for you!Shellagh
Good for you for trying that recipe! I loved Julie-Julia too! I am also intimidated by her cook book though. Maybe I will give it a try. It certainly is the weather for it today!
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I'm not fond of cooking so if it has more than three ingredients it's not happening LOL! But I'm glad you enjoyed it and it was worth it!Manuela
Ohhhhhh...this looks so good!I have not seen that movie, but will have to rent it.hugs,becky
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