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August 06, 2008

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Natashya

Yay, I'm not alone! I made the soup too and was impressed with the flavour. I was also cringing at tossing the "impurity crust" seemed like a lot of waste.
I love your presentation in the little ramekins with the single leaf on top.
Perfect for an actress keeping her figure.
Great job!

Kayte

Oh, this looks so good...wow, very elegant and tasty and figure-friendly. I can't wait to get in my kitchen and make it...still at the pool.

Photos are great as usual, post is great, and food looks really great. You're a star.

sara, the wine makers wife

I'm impressed with you!! You did it!! I was too lazy, and freaked out, so I chose to make a soup I had missed a few weeks ago. Your photos are lovely!

sara, the wine makers wife

I'm impressed with you!! You did it!! I was too lazy, and freaked out, so I chose to make a soup I had missed a few weeks ago. Your photos are lovely!

sara, the wine makers wife

I'm impressed with you!! You did it!! I was too lazy, and freaked out, so I chose to make a soup I had missed a few weeks ago. Your photos are lovely!

Michelle

Your consomme has a gorgeous color, much deeper then mine turned out. It looks wonderful!

Shari

I love the color of your soup, and it's so clear you can see the bottom of your ramekin! I'm glad you overcame your cold soup fear and gave it a try and even liked it! Great job!
Shari@Whisk: a food blog

Glennis - Can't Believe We Ate

Bravo!! Not only did you take the soup on, but you created a beautiful work of edible art! Then...you went on and challenged your distaste for cold soup...What an awakening!
Your post was delightful!

sara

Teanna, I have been meaning to ask you what you are doing in D.C. right now. You are so stunning! What sort of acting to you do, or prefer?

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