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Kate

I love you, because you love Suzanne Goin's cooking as much as I do.

Beautiful rendition, as usual!

Jen

This looks fantastic. My cookbook club is considering 'Sunday Suppers' for our next book...looks like a winner. Btw, we just did 'Spice' by Ana Sortun, which is fabulous.

Anne

Looks fabulous...especially those onions. What beautiful brown crust on that chicken as well. I'm curious- how did the saran-wrap-under-foil work out? I recently made the tomato/potato gratin from the same book but was too scared to use my grocery-store brand plastic wrap in the oven. Thanks!

yoony

this chicken dish is definitely next on my list to cook. it looks too good to wait. i love that black dish you served the chicken in! tres chic!

Shaun

I recently made this gorgeous dish by Suzanne Goin, too. I love how you photograph each step - far more detailed than I am. Good on you for doing the dates; I skipped that part out. My darling Eric enjoyed the meal as did our galpal guest. It is a great meal to cook for company. I love your blog by the way. I'm keen on checking out Ambassade Auvergne in Paris when Eric and I go there in January.

Rachel Schiff

This looks fantastic. However, I want to cook something like this for Passover dinner and want last minute prep to be as simple as possible. How far can I prep this recipe ahead of time and still achieve astounding results?

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