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November 11, 2008

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Rosa

Everything looks and sounds amazing, Lucy. I can tell your new home has inspired you.

shula

Are they nigella seeds in the crepe?

I'm putting them in everything at the moment. Crazy about them.

shula

ps. I just love your new light.

Laurie Constantino

The picture of the empty dish of chocolate cake says it all! Your moody pictures are always calming and this time was not exception. And your salacious pear picture? Perfect

Wendy

Goodness, you've been busy. Am particularly intrigued by the scallion pancakes. I made polenta pancakes the other day and they were fabulous (will be blogging about them later in the week). Feeling very open to pancakes right now.

Love, love, love the feather.

docwitch

Gorgeous! The image of the garlic is beautifully strange and 'not-garlic'...if you know what I mean.

I now see dried pears very differently. Funny that it's the unassuming pear of all things that reveals itself so. Not the peach or pomegranate.

another outspoken female

Welcome back. We missed you :)

Ricki

What an abundance of beautiful, tantalizing and delicious-sounding dishes (oh, and those feathers. . . !). I love the pic of the cake bowl, too. And I may never think of garlic or pears in quite the same way again.

Glad you're being inspired at the new place! :)

Duncan | Syrup&Tang

You've been having some delicious fun haven't you! And the recipe index is really useful:)

Callipygia

Nice to splash about your words, tastes, & dishes. Colorful territory. And nettle tea, I always want some!

Johanna

Hurrah a recipe index! So much work but so welcome. I have been hoping - for those moments when I know you have a recipe I want to check out! As for the lack of chocolate I don't know whether to be impressed or horrified - but Stephanie's chocolate cake sounds like a perfect way to appease the chocolate gods!

Anh

Chocolate cake.. Yum. I love it...

Soon I will be moving.. haven't started packing yet. But I need to stay positive for the new lifestyle :)

katrina

Congratulations on moving to the magic garden. I love the treasures it's yielding to you. But then you make dishes ready for the sink or stacked for drying look like treasures. The beauty I think is in your appreciation for it all.

Anne

really breathtaking photos, especially the scallion crepe.

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