Comments for Gourmet Project http://www.gourmetproject.ca For people who dig looking at pictures of food made by me. Mon, 27 Jun 2011 08:02:59 -0400 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.8.6 hourly 1 Comment on 194. Pommes Anna p.571 by Chelsea http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=496&cpage=1#comment-1637 Chelsea Mon, 27 Jun 2011 08:02:59 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=496#comment-1637 Next time say it's sweet potatoes or carrots and say it's dark because the sugars have caramelised. You never know they might believe you and think it's even more special. I actually thought it was a photo put up by someone who thinks he/she's really good at cooking and wanted to show off. Reading what you wrote gave me a good laugh and let me know I'm not the only one who does things like this. Thanks for sharing. Next time say it’s sweet potatoes or carrots and say it’s dark because the sugars have caramelised. You never know they might believe you and think it’s even more special.

I actually thought it was a photo put up by someone who thinks he/she’s really good at cooking and wanted to show off. Reading what you wrote gave me a good laugh and let me know I’m not the only one who does things like this. Thanks for sharing.

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Comment on 184. Katharine Hepburn’s Brownies p.688 by Maureen http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=445&cpage=1#comment-1630 Maureen Mon, 06 Jun 2011 21:44:29 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=445#comment-1630 A good example of a real woman. A good example of a real woman.

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Comment on 154. Chocolate Sour Cream Frosting p.726 by Eleanore http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=374&cpage=1#comment-1624 Eleanore Sun, 29 May 2011 05:36:27 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=374#comment-1624 Hey – good blog, just wanting round some blogs, seems a fairly good platform You Are using. I’m at the moment utilizing Drupal for a number of of my sites however looking to change certainly one of them over to a platform very much the identical to yours as a trial run. Something particularly you would suggest about it? Hey – good blog, just wanting round some blogs, seems a fairly good platform You Are using. I’m at the moment utilizing Drupal for a number of of my sites however looking to change certainly one of them over to a platform very much the identical to yours as a trial run. Something particularly you would suggest about it?

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Comment on 84. Persian-Syle Chicken with Walnut, Onion, and Pomegranite Sauce (Fesenjan) p.372 by AAAM Persian http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=215&cpage=1#comment-1621 AAAM Persian Sat, 28 May 2011 00:01:05 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=215#comment-1621 This is an easy and delicious dish. The recipe I have is totally different than the one you have listed on this page. I use pomegranate paste, chicken, walnuts, onion, and sugar. One of my favourite persian meals. My mom made this a lot for us growing up. This is an easy and delicious dish. The recipe I have is totally different than the one you have listed on this page. I use pomegranate paste, chicken, walnuts, onion, and sugar. One of my favourite persian meals. My mom made this a lot for us growing up.

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Comment on 58. Pasta Dough p.209 by Isreal Clish http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=155&cpage=1#comment-1620 Isreal Clish Thu, 26 May 2011 07:15:15 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=155#comment-1620 Highly rated post. I be taught one thing completely new on totally different blogs everyday. Deciding on one . stimulating to read the paper content material from different writers and be taught somewhat one thing from their website. I'd like to use certain of this content on my blog your's mind. Natually I'll give a hyperlink right here we're at your web-site. Admire your sharing. Highly rated post. I be taught one thing completely new on totally different blogs everyday. Deciding on one . stimulating to read the paper content material from different writers and be taught somewhat one thing from their website. I’d like to use certain of this content on my blog your’s mind. Natually I’ll give a hyperlink right here we’re at your web-site. Admire your sharing.

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Comment on 133. Poached Salmon in Aspic p.318 by Larry http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=321&cpage=1#comment-1619 Larry Tue, 24 May 2011 16:26:07 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=321#comment-1619 I am looking to build a site just like this one. Do you outsource the work done here, or do you handle that all by yourself? I am looking to build a site just like this one. Do you outsource the work done here, or do you handle that all by yourself?

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Comment on 110. Moroccan-Style Roast Cornish Hens with Vegetables p.392 by Barbara http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=267&cpage=1#comment-1592 Barbara Sun, 17 Apr 2011 19:35:46 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=267#comment-1592 Cornish hens are not quail!! Quail are very small but cornish hens (especially these days) can be large enough for 2 people for a meal. Cornish hens are not quail!! Quail are very small but cornish hens (especially these days) can be large enough for 2 people for a meal.

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Comment on 195. Pan-Seared Filet Mignon with Merlot Sauce p.428 by Sarah Meserve http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=507&cpage=1#comment-1570 Sarah Meserve Fri, 18 Feb 2011 21:21:57 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=507#comment-1570 I'm making this tonight for a belated Valentine's dinner for my husband. Fingers crossed. I’m making this tonight for a belated Valentine’s dinner for my husband. Fingers crossed.

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Comment on 140. Tapenade p.890 by Steven http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=341&cpage=1#comment-1568 Steven Mon, 14 Feb 2011 10:57:22 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=341#comment-1568 I agree. Its very salty if it comes from a supermarket. Fine for an addition to a a recipe but to overpowering to eat on its own. This idea of home made tapenade is a very good one. I agree. Its very salty if it comes from a supermarket. Fine for an addition to a a recipe but to overpowering to eat on its own. This idea of home made tapenade is a very good one.

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Comment on 148. Grasshopper Pie p.772 by Lauren http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=360&cpage=1#comment-1509 Lauren Mon, 03 Jan 2011 06:59:53 +0000 http://www.gourmetproject.ca/?p=360#comment-1509 Isn't it fabulous? Does sound like your recipe is flawed though. Try Nigella Lawson's recipe; she dissolves marshmallows in milk then folds in the whipped cream. Foolproof and delicious - and no, this one still isn't appropriate to give to children! Isn’t it fabulous? Does sound like your recipe is flawed though. Try Nigella Lawson’s recipe; she dissolves marshmallows in milk then folds in the whipped cream. Foolproof and delicious – and no, this one still isn’t appropriate to give to children!

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