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May 22, 2008

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Ginny

I love buffalo mozzarella...it is amazing!!! With aspargus..sounds great!

michelle @ TNS

so simple, so pretty, so yum.

Linnea

Oh wow, that looks so delicious :o) and the flowers are so pretty and delicate! I've never seen those before. I've got to check the grocery store for asparagus...I'm getting tired of frozen peas!

jj

Good for you on the veggies! Always looking for ways to incorporate more into my meals, too. Never heard of while garlic flowers before and found that info very interesting. Thanks!

Veronica

How pretty with the flowers!! Can you buy those flowers at the supermarket or do you have to grow them yourself? I love asparagus and this sounds like a delicious way to enjoy them.

Y

Yum. Love the simplicity with which asparagus can be served. And those chive flowers make the dish look so pretty as well.

Péitseoga

have you tried white asparagus?!

they sometimes have it at the skerries farmers market

http://peitseoga.blogspot.com/2008/05/white-asparagus.html

Maco Tye

Nice, How about Baked asparagus and bacon quiche.

Carsten

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Heidi

What a beautiful dish! Wow! Thank you, I will try this.

Clara

Personally, I highly recommend trying the extra-virgin olive oil from http://www.holyfoodimports.com
It is imported to the US from Israel, and it is produced using cold presses,
as was the method over 3,000 years ago.

Lar (Sour Grapes)

I'd pair this lovely asparagus recipe with a Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough in New Zealand.

Anne @ Pink Galoshes

Cannot wait to try this recipe when asparagus comes back into season.

Sampada

wow...this recipe is new to me sounds like u did a great job..i always have a rough time to find ingredients. one of my friend introduced me to a great resource www.myethnicworld.com and i thought that i pass great along as well.

NenaghGal

Just discovered your blog. Your photography is absolutely beautiful and recipes look fabulous. I will definately be coming back.

Nursing cover

i love asparagus! i maintain my figure through this kinds of foods, actually, i'm a vegetarian. :D

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