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riya

looks delicious... no doubt, it tastes so good.

happy new year!

susan

happy new year! this soup looks great especially with the abundance of pork sausage. chunky soups are always really comforting.

Shaun

I, too, have made elaborate menus and not realised them. Maybe this is the year to change all that. I suppose one just has to get used to figuring out how to time dishes, and I'm sure the art of menu creation is partly designed around what can be ready at the same time.

Your substitute, though, is lovely. Tyler's Ultimate is a good cookbook, helpful, smart, and full of flavours. I especially love the fennel-crusted chicken served with grapes and fettucini.

Happy New Year.

Grant

riya - Happy new to you too. Yes the soupd was awfully good.

susan - The pork sausage was great. Next time I make it I plan to add more. You can never really have enough in my oppinion.

Shaun - That is great to know about the fennel-crusted chicken. That might be the next thing I make. I adore fennel. Thanks and Happy New Year!

Kevin

This sounds so good! Sweet butternut squash, spicy sausage, lots of herbs and vegetables...mmm...

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