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February 14, 2012

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kathryn

Ah-ha so these are the mystery dishes on your Flickr page. You know, I've looked at that book several times but it hasn't grabbed me. However you're right, tbe best cookbooks are almost always like that - they take a while to get into, to really appreciate. Much like the best music really - it's always the songs that I hear and LOVE that I get tired of the most quickly. Give me a slow burner any day.

And talking of cookery book loves, have you seen there's a new Roden on the way?

karen

Yummmmo! Lucy, I'm just scrolling up and down the page salivating over your photos. And I love her writing voice too.

Denise | Chez Danisse

Looks like a lot of deliciousness. The kibbe with onions, currants, and walnuts looks especially intriguing.

Lesh @ TheMindfulFoodie

you're really tempting me, Lucy. my list of 'cook books to buy' just keeps on getting lengthier. this one looks so delicious!

Lesh @ TheMindfulFoodie

you're tempting me, Lucy! my list of 'cookbooks to buy' just keep on getting longer and longer. this one looks sooo delicious!

Elaine

I've been lingering over your gorgeous words and photos this evening, Lucy. Wonderful post. You, too, have a "modest, poetic, wise, compassionate, funny (very) and warm writing voice."

So far I've been unable to track down an online Canadian bookseller that sells "Mezze to Milk Tart" -- but I shall keep trying.

Joy Juicer

I love egg plant. It looks so delicious and I can't wait to give this a try. MMMMM!

Keltie

It makes me so happy when I find vegetarian cookbooks that are for the daily cook...you know rather than fancy meals requiring all day in the kitchen. I bought this on your recommendation and had to pop back to thank you! Loving it. I am making that kibbe tonight.

Shu Han

I'm in love with that photo of all those summer vegetables in the pot. first time at your site and loving the photos, the writing, and most importatntly, that approach to honest, real food. brilliant job.

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