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Old 11-03-2005, 07:54 PM   #11
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Mish,
I like the ingredients too..My only question on the zuchini would be the length of time for it to cook, on pizza dough it would be okay, but I'm wondering if it might be to heavy and wet for the puff pastry?? I'm for the pizza or even making it something like a quiche..what do you think?

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Old 11-03-2005, 08:18 PM   #12
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Me LIKEY! How about - slice the zucchini very very thin and put on paper towels to drain (like eggplant). Here's another I thought about - how about a brie and asparagus tart with garlic, salt and pepper? (I'm so hungry ) Clickey on the pic, and hoping it will grow on you. Or mini brie en croutes (sp)?

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Old 11-03-2005, 08:25 PM   #13
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Me LIKEY! How about - slice the zucchini very very thin and put on paper towels to drain (like eggplant). Here's another I thought about - how about a brie and asparagus tart with garlic, salt and pepper? (I'm so hungry ) Clickey on the pic, and hoping it will grow on you. Or mini brie en croutes (sp)?

Mish I think if we even grated the zuchini and then put it on paper towels or a clean cloth towel and let it drain it would work just fine..Now then the asparagus one..Yummers we are having some of that sunday..I clicked and it got big for me and now I want some even more Geez, is it sunday yet???
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Me LIKEY! How about - slice the zucchini very very thin and put on paper towels to drain (like eggplant). Here's another I thought about - how about a brie and asparagus tart with garlic, salt and pepper? (I'm so hungry ) Clickey on the pic, and hoping it will grow on you. Or mini brie en croutes (sp)?

Mamma Mia Mish that looks soooo good!! Unfortunately asparguses are out of season right now, but I must make sure to remember this when spring comes around!! Do you eliminate the outside crust of Brie? I never COOKED Brie before and I am not sure how it will react with heat...
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