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3/2/11 3:39 P

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Cool. Thanks!

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2/27/11 1:33 A

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Yes, that's exactly what it looked like, thanks! Julie was making this before she decided to make all of Julia Child's french recipes. Her husband thought she was a good enough cook to try to do Julia Child's recipes. Thanks for answering my question, sorry it wasn't exactly on topic. But now that I know how to spell bruschetta, I can go to google and find out how to make it!

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2/27/11 12:50 A

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um, saw the movie, but that's not ringing a bell. Did it look like toast with chopped tomato on top? Because that's what bruschetta is. But it's Italian, not French, and Julie & Julia was about French Cooking. They might still have had it, though.

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2/26/11 10:35 P

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I'm trying to find the recipe for something that I don't know the name of. Did anybody see Julie and Julia? There's one scene where Julie is cooking some bread in butter. Then she cuts up what looks like tomatoes or red peppers or something and they eat it for dinner and it looks so good! But I can't figure out what it is - somebody told me it might be brouchette (sp?) But I sure would like to know how to make it. Anybody got any ideas?

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2/25/11 1:58 P

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Good news...I will look for a chicken gumbo recipe. emoticon
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2/25/11 11:06 A

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Looks interesting! I'll probably try this. Thanks for sharing!

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2/25/11 11:02 A

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I just saw this this morning. Google has launched a recipe search. I know a lot of people have their favorite sites, but I'm not partial to any one in particular, so I'm really pleased to have the Google option.

I did their default search of chicken pasta and came up with a recipe on Food.com (level easy) that I just might try.

The link is here: www.google.com/landing/recipes/

I'll be adding it to my recipe bookmarks. If you try it, tell us what you think?

Don't like it? What is your favorite go to website for recipes? Curious minds want to know.

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