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  • John 14:3
    "And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am there you may be also."

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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

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Chris

Deb, I had never heard of orzo either until Casey cooked one of her delicious dinners for us using it. She learned about it when cooking in Chicago and at the Williamsburg resturants when she apprenticed. Its good. Thanks for the new words, Adam likes new words so I'll use it on him and see if he knows it. I bet Casey does, hopefully she hasn't already used it in his presence! :)

Tammy

Chris being the cook that he is said I like orzo.He wants to try the recipe.Since he likes to chop and cut this should be fun for him to cook.

Cindi

LOL, yes it is educational. Remember my great uncle James at 84 told me that if you don't learn something new everyday you wasted the day. Let us know it sounds like one we might like to try!

Caitlin Park

My mom makes a yummy 15 bean soup that also has orzo in it, so I guess my exposure to orzo was at a very young age. :) We tried Hannah's Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins this week! They were so good!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Wagner Family

Hey....that does sound good! I can't wait to hear the verdict!

Courtney, Jer.33:3

OOOH, OOOH, OOOH!!!! I knew what orzo was!!! I read the word and thought,"Isn't that the small little pasta stuff?" and when I saw "rice shaped pasta", I knew without a doubt my assumption was correct!!

I MAY NOT HAVE KNOWN WHAT A QUILTING "JELLY ROLL" WAS, BUT I SURE HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD WHEN IT CAME TO "ORZO"!!!! :)

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