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Posted by Rachel

April 23rd, 2012

Feeding tonight’s craving

After a mundane day of paperwork I had a craving for this: Mac ‘n cheese (made with mature cumin Gouda  bought in Amsterdam this weekend) with a tomato and mustard leaf salad.

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15 thoughts on “Feeding tonight’s craving

  1. looks good! Loving your program, I went to the shop today to buy your new book, but it wasn’t already there…I have patience!

  2. Mmmmmm…. currently staying with a friend in den Haag and his local cheese monger has cumin spiced cheese…. I’m glad we visited the Netherlands while your show was on BBC, got to see all of it and we bought the cookbook to take back to the US with us. Loved the program and will be posting images and reviews of the book… thanks hope it’s not your only book… the prune, goats cheese and pistachio bread came out heavenly…..

  3. I read about you in the dutch Jamie Oliver magazine and i was totaly in love, haha. Today i watched all of the episodes of your TVshow and tonight i go watch it “live” on BCC TWO. Your cookbook is on my to-buy list.

    Love, Kim

  4. Have had your book for a week now, eaten out of nearly every night, it’s fabulous.
    We are so going to miss you on TV in your Little Paris Kitchen. x

  5. Rachel, we all loved the show and hope you will have another series. Have bought your book and look forward to trying out many of the recipes.

  6. Thank you so much for the show, it was fantastic! I can’t wait for the next series; in the meantime, I’ll make your recipes from the book while listening to old French music:)

  7. This looks really very delicious and perfect for the nasty, grey weather we’re having in Paris right now. Bravo on the show – love it!

  8. Watched the last episode of LPK this morning and am having withdrawal symptoms already. Hope there’ll be more soon. Am in love with your cooking – and that might not be all I’m in love with :-)

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