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October 29, 2009

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Jen

Very creative adaptation! Oh, I so would have lent you my immersion circulator ;) Good luck with your move!

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

Both dishes and pictures look beautiful! Hope the move goes well.. :)

jenn (Bread + Butter)

Wow. Nicely done. I love those calamari noodles.

Good luck with your move to your new home.

Chaitali

I gotta agree with you on the strange innuendos on this episode. I just finished watching it and I'm like 'Whaa..?'

Anyway, I love the photo of the beef in the tomato-cardamom broth. It looks delicious!

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

Excellent! Both photos are gorgeous!

Anne Marie

My sixteen year old daughter and I watch the show and I found the showing of the comments very inappropriate. Can't believe that you made calamari noodles.

grace

if only michael was a more likeable chap. i think he's so creative and talented and yes, attractive, but dang--loosen up, bud! good luck with the move, teanna.

Lori Ann

Wow, I can't believe you're cooking up these recipes at home! I love how you adapted the recipe, especially the calamari noodles!
I didn't like how the conversation went at the dinner table and was surprised they aired it.
That kobe dish looks totally stunning!

Tracey

Michael's dishes are always so impressive but he really needs to work on his attitude :) I still love him though! I'm so impressed that you tackle these recipes. Kudos to you for adapting them and making them work!

MBT Shoes

It's so nice to have you do all of the research for us. It makes our decision making so much easier!! Thanks.

air yeezy

The result was a moist chicken with crispy skin that bursted with the flavors of sweet thyme, woody rosemary, and pungent garlic. This golden skin crackles as the knife cuts through, revealing the tender white flesh as the juices of the meat dot the blade likemorning dew.

Beijing Kungfu show

Don't know what is wrong what is rite but i know that every one has there own point of view and same goes to this one

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