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June 21, 2009



Erm...I was with you until you used the word "fester." Which means (of a wound or sore) to become septic or suppurate. :0

axel g

It looks absolutely delicious!

Many thanks for sharing the recipe...


This...looks...amazing! I can't wait to try it! What a perfect comfort food!

misty rose

I made this last night. I mixed it all together in the cast iron pan that I cooked the pancetta in and stuck the whole thing under the broiler. SOOOOOOOO GOOOOOOD!! Thanks for the recipe, I love your posts.

Il Duche

oh sweet mother of god. i am in love. love. and ya know what? i think this qualifies as 'eating local' since i'm going to snip my own herbs and use some sinful cheese from a chick at my local farmers market.


This looks outrageously delicious! I'm seriously salivating here.


The Projectivist - Oh, I am jealous that it is cold enough to really get down with some of this. If you make it, I hope you enjoy it!

Nicole - WOW. I'm so glad it was a hit, and that it worked for you! And congrats on the new place!

Rondell - soup in a can is never wrong, and if this post or recipe gave you the idea that it is, you haven't seen the inside of my pantry. Campbells Italian Wedding soup takes it all, all day every day.

Rondell Jenkins

Damn! This look fancy. I mean, personally, I don't see what wrong with my onion soup out the can. But whatever. To each his own I guess.


first thing i made in my new place, it was a hit, thanks!

the projectivist

jeepers that looks good!
and it's winter here, so it's perfect comfort food for me.


Chelsea, I will send you some. Gnocchi post!

Alya, it is worth it.

Tasha - nope, though you could most def. sub it in - I can buy packages of diced prosciutto at a market near me. I'll add a note, so no one else wonders.


Lovely! But did you mean pancetta rather than prosciutto, perhaps? I'm confused!




um. holy cow. i want some of that!

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