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December 31, 2010

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Liana @ femme fraiche

I am envious of your past year. All the photos are stunning. It is always a pleasure to read your blog! Please, keep the amazing Italian dishes coming;)

Paula

Beautifully done, Kathy! Love the collages!

Corinne @ Gourmantic

What a fabulous an delicious year! Of course, my best memory of your posts is (you've guessed it!) the Fish Ravioli in Seafood Sauce - a dish I never tasted that has captivated me through your words.

Happy 2011! I hope one day we get the chance to share a meal and a drink somewhere in the world! :)

Sasha (Global Table Adventure)

Absolutely gorgeous and tasty year! What happy memories :) good luck this year :)

Krista

Oh what a wonderful year! Your photos make my heart ache a little, longing for warm, sunny days to wander blissfully down one rambling street after another. I hope you have a beautiful year! I'm so glad I met you in this blogging world. :-)

Esme

What a lovely year of eating and travel-Eating a frasier from Gerald Mulot-ranks up there-there was also a great steak and souffle meal from La Cigale in Paris.

Dana

Some food looks very tasty especially the sea food,.
you made the article very nicely. Keep it up.
2010 was a very good year for me too!!! :)

Tuula

What a beautiful year in French & Italian food! Just reviewing these posts gets me dreaming of new trips & new adventures in food!
Thanks for sharing your lovely insights with us readers & can't wait for more delicious fun in 2011:)
All the best for the New Year Kathy!

Kathy

Thanks everyone for the comments and support. They are truly appreciated.

Liana - Yes, I've been very fortunate to travel as much as I have. Part of the reason for it, is whenever I think of buying something, I ask myself, "How many travel days do you have to give up to make that purchase?"

Corinne - I have plans to recreate that seafood ravioli dish soon. I, too, hope we can meet "somewhere in the world" for that dinner or drink.

Krista - Thank you. I'm so glad I met you, too, in this blogging world!

Esme - Both of your fondest food and travel memories sound divine. I, too, have grea memories of Gerard Mulot.

Tuula - All the best to you, also, in the New Year. I'm so looking forward to reading about your New Year's Eve feast!

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