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July 30, 2009


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sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

What a night!
That looks like just the kind of evening I would love.

Barb Cabot

This is the best of what summer is all about in my opinion. What a lovely setting, your table looks so nice and the food beautiful. I bet everyone had such a nice time. I love that jalapeno cilantro sauce! Great evening. Thank you for sharing.

Cindy Ruth

What a great evening it sounds like you had. Everything looks fabulous-the food, the table, etc. I had wondered what filling you used in that tart. I love that tart, and it would be so good with figs! I want to go buy figs and make it! But I'm desperately trying to lose some weight. Why do I have to love food so much???


YUM!!!! What else is there to say??


Sounds like you had a very nice evening.

Kathy (Trekcapri)

Hi Jerry, that's such a beautiful setting with the sunflowers and vase. You make things seem so effortless. It would take me a week to prepare and host a fabulous dinner like this. Great setting, delicious food and great conversation. Your dessert looks so good and I want to try your grilled Salmon dish. Thanks so much for sharing.


Hello Jerry, Paul did a wonderful job with the table setting! The food look fabulous but that is a given with you. :) All these talents in one household! Not fair... LOL

How lucky your friends are! Enjoy the rest of the summer and may you have more opps to have outdoor / backyard dining.


Jerry, your table looks beautiful (I love that ceramic vase) and the meal looks and sounds fantastic. If you get the recipe for the parmigiano cheesecake with basil, tomatoes and roasted pine nuts I'd love to see it It sounds amazing!


It was a great evening. Paul and I both wondered why we didn't have folks over more often.

It was so nice to be able to sit outside again. I guess we're being punished this year for the fact that we sat outside for our Thanksgiving dinner lAST year! The weather gods are a fickle lot. *smile*

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