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October 08, 2008


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Jerry, this recipe looks so wonderful!


Deborah - you'll like this - a great way to use up the last of the tomatoes. It was fresh and light tasting with great depths of flavours.


We're pretty consumed with our election dramas, too, but not so much to kill our appetites for delish dishes like this!

Welcome back to WHB!


This looks wonderful, Jerry! Hopefully I'll be able to try this next summer with my own tomatoes :D


This looks wonderful, Jerry! Hopefully I'll be able to try this next summer with my own tomatoes :D


Thanks Susan - eating and ejoying good company is a great way to ignore elections for awhile!

Angela - that is the problem isn't it, the darn tomato season is so fleeting!


This looks really delicious. I agree that fresh oregano is such a great flavor. As for election drama, my fingers are definitely crossed around here!


Kalyn - we're lucky - our oregano grows like a weed. We always have lots on hand.

Our fingers are crossed for you as well!

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