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August 09, 2006



You're too funny w the chimuchurri! But the reminders are great: it's been on my list (yes, it's long!) for some months.


I just bought a big bag of lemons at Costco so I can make chimichurri sauce to freeze. Love this idea, and thanks for thinking of the South Beach dieters. (It would be even better for South Beach if you use 100% whole wheat flour. Do you think that would make much of a change in the recipe? Seems to me like it would work.) They look heavenly.


Alanna and Kalyn--Go for it! You won't regret it! I'm using mine all the time. Sometimes I just take a spoon full out to garnish whatever we're eating. I need to make more.

As for whole wheat flour, of course! That's fabulous. I just didn't have any on hand at the time. I just barely had white flour. Need to go to the grocery. Badly.



The only thing that bothers me is that you've taken to bathing in the chimichurri sauce. Now---you need to stop that! No one wants to tell you, but stop! It's much better in those wonderful fritters!


mmm....fried food! Could fry a shoe and I'd probably consider eating it :)


Sher--but Gene says he LOVES the new perfume. What's a girl to do?

Jeff--LOL! I like you.

Lisa Morgan

Yes! Those look delicious. Can I have one right now? Knew it was a mistake to not eat breakfast...

I used to make zucchini fritters that had bits of feta in them; boy, were they good. I love the idea of the chimichurri added in.


Lisa--You're killing me. Now I will have (gee, what a tough job) to make them again and add the feta. Yum!

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