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January 19, 2008

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Ricki

Lucy, this sounds great! Your writing is also gorgeous and evocative (definitely made me drool).

I am also a latecomer (and convert) to tofu (one day I'll get round to that post about it!). In the meantime, I've got a nice vegan quiche recipe on my blog made with silken tofu if you're interested. I'd love to try this dish, if I can find all the ingredients over here.

Love your blog!

Cassie

Lucy, this sound wonderful. I have everything needed for this and will be giving it a try tonight. I'm sure my husband would go absolutely crazy for, too. Looking forward to it. :)

Cassie

Well Lucy, we couldn't wait... I made the dish for a late lunch instead of dinner. Super easy to prepare and that broth is mighty tasty! It's very flavorful and reminds me a bit of a Thai green curry but lighter and fresher tasting than any I've ever had. I can see a lot of other possibilities for that broth and will definitely make it again. This was such a perfect meal to come into after shoveling yet more snow (it's almost waist deep now)! Thanks for sharing another one of your wonderful recipes with all of us! Truly delicious!

Happy new year to you and your family, too!

xo

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