Thursday, March 18, 2010

Le Creuset GIVEAWAY!


image courtesy of Cookware.com (part of CSNstores.com)

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Don't fall off your bar stools, but we at [eatingclub] vancouver have EXCITING NEWS!

JS and I are conducting our first-ever giveaway! And what a sweet prize.

Look at that beautiful item up there!
Le Creuset 3-Quart Square Casserole with Lid in magnificent "Carribean" blue.

The kind folks at Cookware.com are generously providing this item for a lucky [eatingclub] vancouver reader.

Cookware.com is part of CSNstores.com. Browse their site to find almost everything, from furniture, home decor, health/fitness equipment, kid-related items, pet-related items, etc. etc. etc. As I said, almost everything! =) But, of course, kitchen products are what's near and dear to our hearts.

HOW TO ENTER
To enter, simply leave a comment on this post telling us what [eatingclub] dish you would most wish to eat or make.

For an extra entry, simply "share" this post by tweeting, blogging, "Facebook"-ing, StumbleUpon-ing, or whatever else is out there, then come back and leave a comment telling us which medium you used.

The more you share, the more entries you have!

DETAILS
Unfortunately, this giveaway is only open to residents of Canada and the United States.


We will be accepting entries until April 10, 2010 and will post the winner soon after. Be sure to check back as we will be waiting for the winner to contact us.

We at [eatingclub] vancouver are not compensated in any way, either monetarily or in kind, by CSNstores.com.The prize will be sent directly to the winner from CSNstores.com.

Good luck, everyone!
JS and I are looking forward to reading your entries. =)

119 comments:

  1. I've had your Taiwan Beef Noodle Soup bookmarked for some time. Don't know why I haven't made it yet!

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  2. Third to comment here! Love the site. BBQ Chicken all the way!

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  3. I posted it on Facebook.

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  4. Thanks for a great contest... I wish to make viet noodle soup (pho) to look just like yours!

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  5. I also posted this on the classified at work. :)

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  6. Sauteed Minced Clams and Leeks. I'm drooling just thinking about it.
    naosims@telus.net

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  7. Oooh, oooh! I want! Caribbean blue!

    I just tweeted too.

    And ya'll know I love all of your inventive recipes. Not just one! :P

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  8. there are sooo many recipes here that I'd like to try ... I think the recipe at the top of my list though is Thai fried chicken ... yum

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  9. I'm excited to make this chicken saltimbocca someday very soon!

    http://www.eatingclubvancouver.com/2009/06/chicken-saltimbocca.html

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  10. we'll love to make our thit kho, braised pork dishes with this!

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  11. just tweeted..oops we read it wrong..we'll love to make your braised beef brisket..so many choices!

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  12. I think the real question is what WOULDN'T I want to make. After a glance through some of my bookmarked recipes, I'm gonna have to say either your blueberry tres leches cake or chipotle peanut salsa. I could go for both. Or either. Right now.

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  13. I think I'm gonna try the chicken fat potatoe recipe! Though I have a few others marked too!

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  14. my mom's mushroom pork chops

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  15. American Wagyu - cucumber, ponzu! Really wanna try!!!!

    LW

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  16. Your sheperds pie (in this pot :-))))))

    ~Diana

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  17. Mmmm, the shepherds pie with red pepper pancetta for sure!
    :9

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  18. most definitely Fideuá...I love my seafood!

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  19. Mangga ensalada from the Christmas Starry, starry night!! Even if I had to scrunge around town for the pickled mangos, I had to do it!!!

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  20. I would definitely have to say the Duck Breast with Pomegranate-Chipotle Glaze and Guava-Jalapeño Salad. This is just pure heaven! If any recipe every made me want to lick the computer screen, it is definitely the duck!

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  21. I submitted this on StumbledUpon

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/url/www.eatingclubvancouver.com/2010/03/le-creuset-giveaway.html

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  22. Bacalao con Patatas (Baked Salt Cod and Potatoes)

    baked fish is nice~

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  23. added to delicious

    (are we supposed to post one comment for each entry??)

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  24. Tweeted this!

    @redinkdiary Just ordered Guava paste so I can make Pastelitos de Guyaba, recipe here: http://tinyurl.com/yeomffg

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  25. I think I'd do some sort of Moroccan chicken dish in it!

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  26. My favorite dish is chicken adobo. I made it a number of times using your recipe and it was always yummy.

    - Jonnek

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  27. I think I'd love to try the homemade chorizo sausage. jaminator8@earthlink.net

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  28. I commented on how much I love the Oxtail stew before :) Love it!

    Tweeted as well. Thanks for the awesome contest!

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  29. I tried the Squash Churros with Orange-Sage Hot Chocolate....so tasty! And I agree...the recipe does not yield enough!! :) Will tweet contest as well!

    @nicolepoitras

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  30. Love the colour! Just tweeted this contest. :)

    Because I love duck, I can't wait to try the Duck Breast with pomegranate-chipotle and Guava-Jalapeno Salad recipe. Yum!

    @chengsophia

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  31. I think the Philippine Style BBQ looks great!

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  32. I'm pretty sure I would have to make Cocido, I mean, how can I pass up pork?

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  33. I'm a sucker for any and all Mexican food. The Tex-Mex Casserole looks absolutely amazing! I can't wait to try the recipe.

    I'll be Tweeting this contest too!

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  34. I'm tweeting this out - but I actually am interested in the duck with pomegranite chipotle glaze - I know you used a utility duck - I want to try it with a larger duck breast. But the glaze is what's making my mouth water.


    Victoria (@victoriaronco on twitter)

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  35. That casserole just begs to be used for a classic pot roast. And while I don't want there to be more entries (so I can win), I'll tweet this out to improve my chances (@trishussey)

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  36. What a gorgeous colour! Perfect for braised lamb shanks to celebrate spring!
    Janice (@toots11)

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  37. I'd love to try cooking/eating the enchiladas verde!

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  38. Word-spreading tweet comin' up (@melle).

    And I think I would have to start with a roasted vegetable cassoulet.

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  39. Broiled Pike Mackerel YUM! Fish Friday too!
    Oh and I tweeted you! @paulstickney

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  40. So beautiful I'm not sure I could cook from it. Perhaps some scalloped potatoes? Or Beef bourguinon?

    I've also tweeted! (@YoungestSenior)

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  41. I'll be trying my hand at this recipe come fava bean season! http://www.eatingclubvancouver.com/2008/06/title-mmm-canada-entry-pan-seared.html

    My boyfriend is a pescatarian and a rosti/latke-holic, and I love making sauces (especially with butter) -- this dish combines everything nicely, with an Asian twist, to boot. I had never thought of using fermented shrimp paste this way... Very cool!

    As for what I'd make if I had a real enamelled casserole, I'd probably start with a classic Boeuf Bourguignon.

    Oh and I also tweeted! http://twitter.com/debbieshing/status/10732927361

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  42. I would love to make some slow braised short ribs in that pup (and serve with gnocchi!).
    mmmmmm
    I've tweeted your link (@bruiseviolet), and I'll also post this to my FB=) Thanks!

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  43. Definitely the Taiwan beef noodle soup recipe! And I tweeted as well!

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  44. Yam burritos - double baked in Mexican red sauce.

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  45. I am dying to try your jerk recipe. I'm still looking for the "perfect" jerk (lol) and have high hopes for yours!

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  46. I tweeted as well!

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  47. I'd love to make those lion's head meatballs - and I tweeted, as well, from @ErinRaimondo

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  48. Shepherd's Pie with Red Pepper, Pancetta and Feta!

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  49. You should make Momofuku's BBQ Pork Buns.

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  50. I posted this on DIGG

    http://digg.com/food_drink/Le_Creuset_GIVEAWAY_2/who

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  51. i'm going back a ways here, but i've always wanted to eat the pork belly/lechon. LOOKS SO GOOD! :)

    Now making it my facebook status as well! :)

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  52. I would love to try making the Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies with Earl Grey-White Chocolate Ganache!

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  53. I tweeted about this as well (@vancookalex)

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  54. I've made the Hong Kong Curry Cuttlefish so many times with various types of meats in that I've memorized the proportions! I'm still waiting to try many more recipes, including caramel salmon, green onion pancakes and pho.

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  55. Sent out an email blast with Gmail too.

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  56. Stuffed savoy cabbage with pork.

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  57. I would love to make some pad thai from scratch. :)

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  58. Oh man, what wouldn't I make?! I would make a stew I think. A big, homestyle stew!

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  59. Since I have a duck in my freezer the duck enchiladas with chipotle peanut sauce and the duck with orange crepes both sound amazing. Gotta choose one of them.

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  60. Lengua Estofada sounds intriguing, and beef tongue has a really neat texture. I've made it braised with soy, but not with veal stock, so it'll be interesting to note the difference in flavour.

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  61. If my entry was chosen, the first dish I would make would be a classic Julia Child recipe: Beef Bourguignon. I do not own a Le Creuset, and I am trying to save up to buy one to add to my kitchen arsensal. I really feel this would work miracles for my meal repertoire, which currently lacks variety. FB this as well. :o)

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  62. Yum, the first dish I would make is the jalapeno corn bread as a last homage to winter. Yum.

    sendnatmail(at)yahoo.com

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  63. Tweeted this using your share bar.

    http://twitter.com/HeartnSoulmom/status/10803799645

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  64. Clear Oxtail soup with potatoes and Corn!!!!!

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  65. Tweeted this using the Share bar

    http://twitter.com/search?q=%23c7332279670124147438

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  66. so many to choose from! but I would want to try making the "hee tao tung!"/ fish head soup~

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  67. The chicken souvlaki as my husband has been trying to get me to like greek style foods.

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  68. I posted this on Kirtsy per your share bar.

    http://www.kirtsy.com/story.php?title=le-creuset-giveaway

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  69. For me, I would like to try the Taiwanese minced meat from your site. I have made my version before but not exactly like the one in Taiwan. Always good to have another recipe to try :)

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  70. def the Thai Fried Chicken - looks amazing.

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  71. I would love to make the coffee pancakes with honey ricotta. I also want to may paella as i am off to spain in a few months!

    I posted this to Facebook!

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  72. Darlene BoudreauMarch 22, 2010 11:36 AM

    what a great giveaway....I would make my homemade honey garlic ribs....a nice big batch....Thanks

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  73. Of course your Filipino dishes I would want to eat and when you post about them, makes me want to make them, too!
    I tweeted your giveaway, I'm @carolineadobo
    Are you gals on twitter? what's your username?

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  74. Here's my tweet:
    http://twitter.com/carolineadobo/status/10893472393

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  75. The chicken souvlaki looks delish!!

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  76. I would love to be able to make hummus!

    vivaglampink@yahoo.ca

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  77. I might just branch out and make that beef tongue recipe you posted from you NYE celebration. Haven't had tongue in years... and you girls have great taste! :)

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  78. I'd like to make the chicken souvlaki, with some hummus too.

    I posted on FB letting everyone know how much I like this blog :-)

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  79. i love baking so i would like to master making macarons one day.. they seem to be so finicky :)

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  80. I favorited this post on Technorati (id. Technobloom)

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  81. I still love the Thai fried chicken the most. It never fails to satisfy. :o)

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  82. I'm dying to try the mexican chorizo sausage. Yours looks so much better than the kind you find in the supermarket. Besides the obvious egg recipes I think it would be great in my sausage lentil potato soup! Also my potato chorizo empananas... ah the list goes on!!

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  83. Anna Marie ChanMarch 27, 2010 6:28 PM

    Would love to try your recipe for Aristocrat chicken. :)

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  84. The dish I would love to make is the Cantonese Braised beef brisket.
    It looks deicious.
    I got to get some of the chu hou sauce in order to make it.

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  85. Cannot wait until it warms up here enough that we can grill, because we're dying to try the Philippine BBQ pork and chicken, Yaya style!

    Ooh, and we shared this over Twitter :)

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  86. Those beef fahitas would make my day!
    Thanks for a great blog!

    Denise from Vancouver too!

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  87. OMG I've always wanted a Le Creuset! I'd love to try making the ROAST CHICKEN ADOBO! Can't believe I never thought cooking adobo like that.

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  88. Great giveaway! I really want to make your garlic mud sauce.

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  89. And I tweeted it (@mischiefml).

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  90. I'm quite my boyfriend would dieeee if I made that jalapeno cornbread :)

    kellysjunk13@yahoo.com

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  91. neptara@charter.netApril 01, 2010 2:04 PM

    I so enjoyed reading about your search for the elusive pale garlic sauce. Along with that enjoyment came my desire to try your White Pork with Two Garlic sauces. Plan to make some time after Easter.

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  92. i have your adobo mushroom tart on a short list for cooking. just reading about it makes my mouth water.

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  93. I bounced around and read a few dozen recipes and then this one: http://www.eatingclubvancouver.com/2008/12/caribbean-fish-n-banana-chips.html caught my eye and it was all over! I've got to give this a try! I really like the square shape, and the Caribbean blue color... It would work well in my cooking space!

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  94. The homemade chorizo. We made some earlier this winter, but your recipe looks better.

    csolheim at manawa.k12.wi.us

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  95. I'm hoping to make it up to Vancouver this month, excited to try the food up there.

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  96. I also threw out a tweet!
    http://twitter.com/flynntastic/status/11619381696

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  97. I posted a link for my gal pals at my favorite hang out on line and on my blog.

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  98. Would love to make your beef fajitas! :)

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  99. I really would like to try your method for Chicken Adobo.

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  100. I tweeted! http://twitter.com/toontz/status/11791591130

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  101. There are dozens and dozens of recipes I would love to try/taste but I think right now I would like to try those Taiwanese burgers the most. Yum!

    That peanut sugar has so many possibilities too. I think I could put that on everything I eat!

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  102. whew! just in time for the giveaway,I am trying out your SPANISH version 1 pork shoulder roast the pictures made my mouth waterhope mine looks like yours I'll find out in a few hours :-). by the way your web site is one of the best on the netand your sense of humor matches your recipies.
    thanks,
    MS

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  103. Fee-dee-waaah! (Fideuá) As children my sister and I used to play around with the name of this dish. It was so much fun to drag out the waaaah! And it was tasty when my Aunt made it. I'd like to see if I can recreate the yummy experience! We used chicken (NOT rabbit) often instead of the seafodd - still very good!

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  104. I'm looking forward to making the Roast Eggplant Paneer Curry. Must stop thinking about food *rumble*

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  105. Bacalao con Patatas (Baked Salt Cod & Potatoes) – one of my favourite dishes! Every year right before Easter, my mom, sister & I would make the pilgrimage to our local Italian store to purchase the salt cod for Bacalao. Mom saw this as an ordinary shopping trip, my sister and I viewed the trip as an adventure!

    The cod was always hidden away in boxes at the very back of the store in a dark, dark corner. We would slowly go through the box, pick through the fish one by one looking to find “the one” perfect in size for the family.

    It’s 20-odd years later, the local Italian store went through a major renovation and all dark corners have been banished. Around Easter you can still find salt cod in boxes for sale, but if you don’t want to get your hands fishy you can pick up a pre-packaged chunk of cod in the fridge section year round.

    The only time I have this dish is at my moms and seeing the link to the recipe reminded me of how much I like it! I think I’ll be making a trip to the Italian store this weekend and dreaming of a Caribbean Blue Le Creuset…

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  106. the fried oyster quesadilla makes me drool :)

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  107. I shared this with my boyfriend via email.

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  108. I shared this post with my bf via email. Tnx!

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  109. Io preparerei un ottimo spezzatino di carne di manzo e maiale con pomodori del Vesuvio,il tutto accompagnato da un buon vino rosso!

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