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50 comments to “Lottie + Doof + A COLLECTION OF =”

  1. this recipe sounds delicious!

  2. awesome work!

  3. This looks so awesome! I love the idea and I’d love a copy!

  4. Sounds yummy can’t wait to try it. Thanks

  5. Ooh, me! Sounds delicious!

  6. This looks so great! The book sounds awesome as well

  7. I doubt I’ll be able to find pomegranate mollasses anywhere in the prairies but that’s what the internet is for. Thanks ladies!

  8. Looks fantastic!! Love the colors.

  9. Wow, sounds amazing. I think my friends have made something like Muhammara for me before. Can’t believe you are giving those booklets away!

  10. I would love one! I just sent you my address!

  11. You guys are so nice. Thank you Stefani and Gilda and Lottie + Doof!

  12. love the colors of all those ingredients. way to go making food artful!

  13. This recipe looks really good…can’t wait to experiment with the pomegranate molasses!

  14. oh, such good flavors. i have eaten but have not made muhammara; i’ll have to add it to my list. and i wasn’t familiar with aco before–lovely site!

  15. Lizanne Eastwood says:

    February 14th, 2011 at 11:54 am

    Pomegranate molasses, I must find some. Heading to the big city of Vancourver next month and that is at the top of my to-do list. Great post!

  16. this is such a great idea! beautiful post, as always.

  17. This sounds delightful! And LOVE the color palette up above.

  18. I love the color bar/ingredient list at the beginning of the post–it really suits the aesthetic of this blog. I’m curious to see the recipe brochure and to try making the unusual dip above! Thanks–

  19. Love to try new things! Pom molasses sounds dreamy!

  20. What a great sounding dip! I’m going to have to get some of that pomegranate molasses. Thanks for the giveaway, loved reading your interview!

  21. That sounds delicious. I sent you my address!

  22. Cynthia Winter says:

    February 14th, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    Looks awesome!

  23. Absolutely love the idea. Happy V-Day!

  24. The Muhammara sounds amazing, can’t wait to try it! would love to get the booklet :)

  25. Thank you so much for having such and inspiring blog. I cook for a school and have used many of your ideas. I also so love the book selection and have passed them along as well.
    Good work!

  26. i’ll be back up number one just in case:)

  27. I love Muhammara. Will try this recipe. Thanks for the amazing blog.

  28. Wonderful, amazing, can’t wait to see more!

  29. What a gorgeous recipe! Some pomegranate molasses has been languishing in my cupboard for months and now I know what to do. :-)

  30. Thanks for checking in, everyone! And happy v-day! xo

  31. Muhammara is delicious. I think I’ve finally been inspired to try making some at home. Thanks so much! Glad to have discovered “A Collection Of.” The concept reminds me a bit of Five Books which is one of my favorite websites.

  32. Fariba Kerendi says:

    February 14th, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    Sounds wonderful! Happy Valentine’s Day to us!

  33. It looks amazing. Can’t wait to try the recipes. OH…looks like I missed the cut off :(.

  34. Am I too late? *sound of heart breaking* ;)

  35. great, great post…& happy v.day!

  36. I’d love a copy! Thank you for offering!

  37. A Collection Of is great. This dish sounds lovely and the post looks just beautiful!

  38. Yum, yum!

  39. I look forward to trying this recipe ~ thanks.
    Before buying pomegranate molasses online, I suggest checking with local grocery stores. Surprisingly enough, Hannaford’s in southern Maine carries it, along with orange and rose waters, for less than $3 per bottle.

  40. delicious!

  41. if you haaaappen to find a 41st copy of the recipe booklet, i’d love one. but i’ll be making this dip regardless!

  42. This sounds amazing! Can’t wait to try it.

  43. Whole Foods often carries pomegranate molasses.

  44. sounds delicious!

  45. This looks like one fantastic book, I would love a copy

  46. Interesting recipe. I’m not sure if I’d find pomegranate molasses here to replicate this.

    Also, the dinner party looked lovely. I wish I were in Chicago.

  47. I love this, start to finish. A little bummed that I missed the boat on what looks to be an awesome collection – perhaps the sore losers can be comforted with a little online sneak peak?

  48. Did anyone receive the collection of book yet? I am anxiously waiting. An word?

  49. Love your recipes, they are so different. But I have a question, I have attempted to make canolli shells, but it seems that when I fry them up, they do not come out crispy, as I have been used to having. What do you think could be the problem? Perhaps not thin enough, not enough water? Could use your expertise. Thanks Linda

  50. Hi Linda- I’ve never made cannoli shells, so I’m not sure. My guess would be not think enough OR the oil wasn’t hot enough/they weren’t cooked long enough. If I ever try, I’ll let you know.

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