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August 09, 2006

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Alanna

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.

kalyn

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.

Glenna

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.

sher

Glenna,

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!

Jeff

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

Glenna

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.

Glenna

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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