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February 28, 2010


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Lisa @ The Cooking Bride

Looks delicious. I bet this would freeze well.

Half Assed Kitchen

I bet it would freeze really well, yes.


"1 Tablespoon tomato paste (get it in a tube if you can = less waste when you don't use it all)"
Or alternatively if you are using tomato paste from a jar, scoop out the unused paste and freeze in ice-cube tray. Once frozen you can push out the individual portions and store in the freezer in a ziploc bag or plastic container.

Great recipe - think I'll try it tonight. Looks like the sort of thing that would work well in a slow cooker too.


I'm sure it was delicious, but why not take the extra time to wipe the edges of the cup?
Unless you are trying to go for that look.

Half Assed Kitchen

I like a little bit of mess. I think it's charming and realistic.


THis is one of my favorite dishes to make because it literally tastes even better the next day. Try Julia Child's recipe sometime, it's really good too!

John Carter

For lazy people like myself, these kinds of dishes are ideal. It's easy to make a huge pot and freeze the portions. You've then got quality "fast food" when you get home.

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