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March 18, 2010

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5 Star Foodie

Some dishes are just better on the second day :) The flavors here sound terrific!

Nicole

You are brave! I'm not sure I would have gone back because for sure I would be "that girl" also :) Glad the dish came together the second day.

jenn (Bread + Butter)

I've been wanting to try spinning. I have a friend who teaches classes.

Yum!! This is a great week night meal. Shrimp, noodles, what's not to love.

Katie @ Cozydelicious

I have had exactly that spinning experience! But you get over being 'that girl', I promise! Although, at least for me, it took a lot longer for my legs to get used to the whole thing than it took my brain. And your shrimp look delish!

Jen

I'm not quite ready for a spinning class but I would love to try out this healthy recipe!

Tracey

I've always wanted to try spinning too but I would totally be that girl :) Good for you for giving it a shot!

Glad this one got better on the second day. It looked good to me too when I got my issue of F&W.

Phyllis

Wow, spinning? Good for you! I don't think I'd survive the class. The soba with shrimp looks fabulous. I love chewy soba noodles. So glad it tasted better the next day :)

Margot

That cover on Food & Wine got me and I made this too! I subbed sesame oil for some of the canola oil, added some asparagus, and thought it was a delicious meal.

I don't belong to a gym anymore, but I thought spinning was the best workout.

DailyChef

Spinning always looks so intense! I spend a lot of time on the stationery bike, so have been intrigued by the classes, but have been too intimidated so far to try it out...maybe I will soon :)

Wizzythestick

My best friend is addicted to spinning. I'll stick to what I'm good at cooking :-) I like healthy but too often it tends to mean not tasty. This looks both healthy and tasty. totally random question. has anyone told you you remind them of that Zoe girl from avatar?

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

Looks like a great dish. Spinning sounds like fun... I wish there were some good gyms around here to take classes. That's one of the problems with living in the middle of nowhere!

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