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July 02, 2007



What a great opening line! This dinner truly typified the tag line for your blog:good food (and it was good) is better shared. It was a fantastic weekend and I love sharing a kitchen (and table) with you.


I've seen fregola on menus but never got around to ordering it, so I'm glad to have this recipe. Will definitely check in the Italian markets here in Providence to see if they carry this grain. And I live in clamland, too!


You're so lucky!


I've never heard of fregola sarda before, so thanks for enlightening me. I will hunt for it next time I am at the Italian grocers - you've made me verrry curious.


Okay, so maybe you're in line to write the NEXT Harry Potter books? And serve supper too ...

christine (myplateoryours)

Ronnie -- it was a great, great weekend and we thank you and Evan.

Lydia, I'll be interested to hear if your markets carry it. Looks like mail order is the only way I can get it.

Yeah, Cynthia, you think? :)

Nora, I had never heard of it either. Hope you can find it locally.

Don't I wish, Alanna. Don't I wish.


Another great summer seafood recipe. Beautiful photos.

Susan from Food Blogga

You and Ronnie went to h.s. together? What a small world! Thanks for mentioning igourmet. I'll be checking it out later.


What a delicious and sophisticated looking dish.

Christine (myplateoryours)

Thank you, Susan. Summer and seafood do go together!

Yeah, Susan, we've known each other since we were in 9th grade. Cute, huh?

It was definitely delicious, Kristen. Now I just have to get some more of that pasta!

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