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September 16, 2009


Angie's Recipes

I have yet had any lentil must have tasted very good. I like to bake bread with lentil or make soup/stew with lentil.

Angie's Recipes

The Duo Dishes

This sounds pretty awesome, especially with the mix of cheeses. Really delicious.


Wow, it looks amazing! So delicious!


a heirloom sweet lentil pie? that's truly unusual. thanks for your entry.

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

What a unique pie with lentils, I would love to try it! Love the pecorino here!


a very interesting dish i must say. thank you so much for entering this to the monthly mingle!

Fearless Kitchen

Meeta - "interesting" was a good word :) Like I said, it wasn't my favorite, but I actually found someone when I taught the class to bring home all the leftovers.

Natasha - I'll admit I use a lot of pecorino. It's cheaper than decent Parm, with a slightly more unique flavor.

Bee - Thank you! I thought a lentil pie was a little odd myself, but I guess it worked.

Nora - thanks!

Duo - The mix of cheeses was fun, I'll admit.

Angie - this was my first time using lentils this way. I usually like them in soup myself.


cheese and sugar and lentils - I can't even begin to imagine but am very curious - classes on Italian renaissance cookbooks sounds great - wish I could come along


This is definitely an interesting dish. I can go either way on sweets for dinner. It is very dependent on the recipe. Thanks for sharing though and opening my eyes to a new way to cook lentils.

Fearless Kitchen

Joanne - Thanks! Yeah, "interesting" was the best way to describe it.... not my cup of tea at all, but other people seemed okay with it.

Johanna - Where are you located? I'd also be happy to send you the handout, but there are a lot of people out there who are a lot more knowledgable than I am. Depending on where you are, they may even be in your area.

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