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 Post subject: First week of Isa Does It!
PostPosted: Tue Nov 05, 2013 12:16 am 
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Okay so I'm super stoked about the new cookbook, Isa Does It! and have made a meal plan this week that includes a lot of recipes from it. I am so happy with how everything has turned out so far and I can't wait to make more! This is not the whole week's worth of Isa Does It! food but I'm too excited not to share. I'll have plenty more porn and reviews as soon as the week is up.

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Creamy sun dried tomato penne with broccoli. I served this with garlic bread, it was delicious.

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Okay, this was my own recipe for curried kuri squash soup with grilled cheeze.

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This was our first overnight scramble. I served it with toast, potatoes, and leftover lentil meat from nacho night. It was great!

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Nacho night! The sauce was perfect, we loved these nachos. One of the best recipes we have tried so far.

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Chipotle potato and sausage hash. This was a great Sunday morning breakfast, I especially liked the sauce on top.


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 Post subject: Re: First week of Isa Does It!
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Dang. That all looks great and makes me want the book!


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 Post subject: Re: First week of Isa Does It!
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That all looks incredible! Can't wait to make some recipes from this book :)


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Looks good! I love that hash, and the sauce totally makes it.

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Yummy photos! I especially love the nacho pic; I'm now inspired to make that one soon!


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nachos! yesssssssssssssss!


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yum!

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 Post subject: Re: First week of Isa Does It!
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I wanna do nacho night!

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Damn, those nachos! Well, everything looks great :D

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Doh! Now I want this book. I was trying to hold out until Christmas.

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Oh man I want nachos so bad.


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I wantttt toooo eat them alll!! loookss so yummy!!

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oh my gosh that looks so great! i love the colors! looks hearty, filling, healthy, and delicious!


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 Post subject: Re: First week of Isa Does It!
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I have got to get this book. Goddamn.

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Loving all the yellow creamy foodz!

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Loving all the yellow creamy foodz!


Yes!

I knew I wanted this book, but these pics really confirm that. Nachos, YUM.

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Yep, adding this book to the Amazon wish list right now.

The bowl of oatmeal that I am currently eating looks so sad in comparison to those nachos (which, yes, I would totally eat for breakfast).

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I recommend the butternut squash coconut rice dish thingy, sooo good, that's being made for Thanksgiving this year for the family....and the Glam Chowder is amazing too. My GF said it was "one of the most delicious things she has ever eaten"

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