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At 2:44pm on December 19, 2007, Debbie said…
Welcome Lori! I thank you for your interest in the recipe. You can find the recipe at http://www.gnapoleone.com/recipes.htm
I will have my husband post it in the next couple of days. There are many recipes there you might find enjoyable. Feel free to send an email with a recipe of yours and if you are able to, add a picture of your dish and we will post it at the site. By the way, I see you holding a little kitty. We love cats. I had six at one time. We are down to one now.
At 3:12pm on December 19, 2007, John Barrows said…
Welcome to our cooking network blog, Lori. It's a free-for-all but lots of good food ideas. We'd like to hear yours, too. Send them to us, upload videos, photos, etc.

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BTW, pardon me if I'm in gross error, but that looks like a little piglet, not a cat.

And we love grandparents here. I are one :-)
At 3:17pm on December 19, 2007, Debbie said…
Sorry for the sight error! It did look like a cat at first, but now that I stand corrected. Its a cute little "Babe"! Adorable!
At 3:29pm on December 19, 2007, Debbie said…
Just sent the recipe to hubby. He will post tonight. I hope this works for you. Remember, this was totally improv for me, and it turned out really good. I hope to be the hit of your dinner and not the demise of it. Good luck!
At 3:42pm on December 19, 2007, Patrick said…
Given that Debbie is a wine lover I am surprised she didn't see a pink elephant instead of a cat. Anyway, welcome aboard.
At 3:47pm on December 19, 2007, Lori Moras said…
It's my husband's favourite photo of me (so far) and it is a piglet! Not the one we bought to barbecue, but a cute little sucker anyhow - until he peed on me! Thanks for posting the recipe, my son said it was his favourite last time I made it, but wanted to see if you did anything different.
At 8:33am on December 20, 2007, Lori Moras said…
I'm just about to go shopping for ingredients, has the florentine recipe been posted, and how do I find it?

Thanks!
At 11:49am on December 21, 2007, Debbie said…
Hi Lori, sorry I didn't respond sooner. You can find the recipe at http://www.gnapoleone.com/recipes.htm
At 4:52pm on December 22, 2007, Debbie said…
Lori, keep me posted if you tried the recipe.
At 7:05am on December 23, 2007, Lori Moras said…
Well, I did an improv of my own because it didn't get to the site in time. I used chopped spinach, finely diced onions (which I would saute first next time because they had a crunch to them that I didn't care for), 2 eggs and some grated friulano cheese as the filling. Then I rolled them and after they were almost cooked, I placed them in another pan and back in the oven, then made a sauce of butter, followed by flour to make a roux, then white wine, chinese five spice grated in, and chicken broth until good consistency, it was delicious. Again the only thing I would change is carmelizing the onions first. Give it a try, I was very pleasantly surprised with the grated 5-spice adding a touch of flavour to the sauce (very little as it's pretty strong). TTFN and Happy Holidays to you all!

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