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Thursday, 20 December 2012



aw too bad, it looked great!


Hi Kat - Funny looked just like the photo and all....


I got the book Plenty but haven't made anything from it, must review your posts first! The food is certain,y vibrant and colorful looking, too bad the flavors don't match! Happy holidays to you both!


Hmm, that is so strange that the book tells you to eat in the next day at room temperature.


Hi FH - Happy Holidays! So far, it seems the vegetarian dishes tunr out you've got plenty, which is all vegetarian. We like that cookbook a lot.

Hi Kirbie - It did seem kind of strange.....


oh wow that ottolenghi recipe you tried looks good (although your pan-fried halibut with salsa looks way better) but too bad the taste was disappointing, especially after all the work that goes into those recipes (i know that some of the recipes in those books are definitely not for the novice cook!). it's nice when a dish looks AND tastes good after putting a lot of work into it but, if i had to pick one of the two to be good, i'd rather it be the taste! hubby has tried probably a dozen of the vegetarian recipes (from both cookbooks) and so far we've had pretty good luck in the taste department although we for sure do like some ottolenghi recipes more than others. in any case, thanks for sharing your experience. we have the same cookbook so it's always nice to hear what worked well (or not) for others!


Hi Dancing - All the vegetarian recipes have turned out well. We need to make a few more meat preparations from the book to see....

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