Monday, March 7, 2011

A French Classic

MAGPIE 56

Photograph courtesy Tess Kinkaid, Magpie Tales

A cast iron
Le Creuset pot
On a hot plate
Crushed garlic
In sizzling
Olive oil
A kitchen filled
Enticing aroma
The 
Starting point
Of a classic
Ratatouille

Barbara M Lake
March 2011
Trinidad WI
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32 comments:

  1. If I see garlic I want to cook! Soooo you 'ave a Ratatouille recipe to share?

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  2. I love ratatouille! Yours smells delicious!

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  3. delicious!
    I'm planning to make a king cake tonight--yum, yum

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  4. I'm really hungry now :) I love this description...you used all the senses - I can smell the garlic, hear the "sizzling" and see the cast iron pot.

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  5. (Now I just wish I could eat the ratatouille!)

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  6. Suddenly, I'm in your kitchen!

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  7. OMG, I must go out and buy some garlic. This is fabulous.

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  8. This one made me hungry, lovely piece.

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  9. Enticing... both for the dish and the movie. I love it.

    Laurie K.

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  10. Oh my goodness... my kingdom for smell-o-vision

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  11. Set an extra place setting...I'm coming over!

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  12. Mouth-watering...a delicious read.

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  13. Sounds delicious...LOVED the movie too!

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  14. It's morning here as I read this, but I'm ready for a taste of this right now!

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  15. Oh this made me hungry...happy carnival...bkm

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  16. Ooh, where's the rest of the recipe? I'm hungry!

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  17. Yummy!

    I really like how we get so many ideas out of one photo. Everyone interpreting it differently.

    viscous time

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  18. A little garlic and a pot of olive oil...that's all it takes to make my mouth water.

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  19. Oh yes ... I know that smell! Yummy!

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  20. yummy, what an instant treat.
    perfect magpie.

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  21. Oh, yes! I can smell it now - delicious!

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  22. Poetry as recipe :)
    Perfect from start to finish! And yes, like everyone else, want that rata-tat-a-touille!!!

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  23. I'm so glad I made you all hungry! There's nothing more inviting than garlic being sauted in olive oil! Thank you everyone

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  24. Bee your poetry sends the most wonderful aroma... across the seas to this side. delicious!

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