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June 19, 2009


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Cindy Ruth

This pasta sounds so good. I love goat cheese, and the tang of it along with the lemon has got to be wonderful. Thanks for sharing it-it will have to be the next pasta dish I make.


Oh yum...this sounds soooo good. And easy. My kind of food.


Anything with goat cheese is a hit with me!

I am printing it out to try SOON!


Sounds delish! I'll give this a try soon.


I hope that you enjoy it as much as we did Cindy.

I've with you on that jill - especially as the weather warms up . . . the simpler the better.

Us as well Nancy. To think that 5 years ago I wouldn't eat anything with goat cheese in it.

Enjoy Maria!


I love asparagus and tarragon, and I have to try this! Thank you for sharing with WHB!

Aaron kaye

That sounds very nice....I was curious to find recipe's that combined lemon juice with goats' cheese.
I was was cooking a traditional jewish chicken soup and then came up with the idea to make it taste a tad more Morrocan so I added to my chicken stock (with carrot and onions) a good handful of home grown tomatoes cut into quarters... 1/2 teaspoon of cumin, 1/2 teaspoon of paprika, 1/2 teaspoon of harissa....then I added the thinly sliced chicken and after 5 mins I added the matzo balls.....just before serving I added a handfull of chopped corriander and italian flat parsley along with the juice from 1/2 a lemon and dolloped in a big knob of soft goats cheese....I let it all sit for a minute before serving and the aroma was something to die for.....the taste was an orgasm!


Well, I couldn't find any Mahi Mahi or even Tuna steaks this weekend so I made this instead. Wow! I've never had fresh goat cheese before. New addiction. This was great Jerry thank you!


Graziana - you did a great job on the round up!

Sounds delicious Aaron.

Kendall - I'm glad that you enjoyed it. i've really become a HUGE fan of goat cheese of late. MMMM

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