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This Week’s Best Food Post (IMO)

April 18, 2009 by Joan Nova in This Month's Best Food Post | 7 Comments

The first nomination is Italian Lentil & Chestnut Stew by Sophie, a nutritionist and registered dietician, who writes Mostly Eating in the U.K. I discovered Sophie’s blog this week because of a Facebook link posted by Gourmet Worrier in Malta. 

(I love that a blogger in Malta got a blogger in Florida to look at a blogger in the U.K. And I love that I finally saw something of value in the whole Facebook thing…just before I was ready to ‘pull the plug’). 

Anyway, I was immediately taken with this recipe and Sophie’s style of presentation. It’s a very interesting recipe, with a surprise ingredient.

You can visit Sophie and see the recipe by clicking here.  Enjoy!
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  1. Sam Sotiropoulos says:

    Oolala, looks really tasty! I love lentils. :) Thanks for the pick!

  2. brii says:

    what an interesting recipe..
    thank’s joan for the hint!!
    and..please don’t pull the plug!!!
    have a nice week, dear

  3. 5 Star Foodie says:

    This sounds excellent – great choice!

  4. Bellini Valli says:

    This dish looks delicious. Thanks for introducing Sophie to us:D

  5. Ricardo says:

    That looks really delicious, and quite impressive too, but I think you haven’t seen my Courgette Bake as that would burst the bubble for most too.But like I said that is a fantastic meal would have loved to try it. :) xxx

  6. Nathan says:

    Left you an award at my blog you can pick it up if you’d like :)

  7. Holler says:

    Looks really good and nicely presented too! Good choice Joan :)

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