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March 28, 2011


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Generally I do not post on blogs, but I would like to say that this post really forced me to do so, Excellent post!

Seared Tuna

I have never been partly cooking for me.http://www.vivamagonline.com/index.php But when dad and mom go out of station i used to get bored of cooking,I think your recipe gives a wonderful feeling to cook...

Carolyn Jung

Oooh, mascarpone cheese! I bet that makes this pasta dish super luscious. ;)


YUM! I wish my husband ate shrimp. I might just have to make this for myself when he's on duty.


This almost sounds like scampi which you know I love, love, How come you did not bring me a taste of this? When you make this again, invite me over and make lots.


Fantastic, it is like a creamy scampi.

Livin Local

Sounds delicious! Love the idea of mascarpone cheese. Um, do you deliver on weeknights?

Mrs. L

Carolyn - It was my first really savory use of mascarpone and I really liked how it worked in the dish.

Jenny - Hey, if Mr. L wasn't around, I would have eaten it all myself :)

Mom - I'll make extra next time.

Chris - It honestly wasn't that creamy, but the mascarpone did give it that little bit of creamy that stuck to the noodles and made this a bit decadent.

Livin Local - Hey, you bring me deep fried pizza, I'll bring you this!


This looks awesome, I am going to try this one...! =)

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