Rob and Rachel's Potato Gnocchi with my Simple Bolognese Style Sauce

Rob and Rachel's Potato Gnocchi with my Simple Bolognese Style Sauce

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Wow Bron, they look gorgeous!!! Yum! It was spooky indeed.
Here are mine, since you could not see them. I will blog about them later. Hope you get luckier with Flickr this time. It sometimes is down, too much traffic maybe??
Btw, non related, but I have a French friend who is moving back with her kiwi husband to Christchurch (from London) ;-) an another one from Paris whom I talked to today, moving back with her (also) kiwi husband, to Wellington ;-)

Here are my Flickr pics in the meantime!

Bea at La Tartine Gourmande — Friday 14th April 2006 2:35 pm

This looks divine! Great tip on browning the mince.. I will definitely try that. Yet another beautiful dish from you! Thank you for visitng my blog =)


Dianka — Saturday 15th April 2006 5:20 am

You can't see me but I'm weeping silently. I would love nothing more than a plate full of these beauties, but alas, it is Good Friday and we usually observe the practice of not eating meat.

None of Bron's by way of Rachel, Rob and Bea's gnocchi with meat sauce for me.


Ivonne — Saturday 15th April 2006 5:48 am

Bron, your gnocchi look wonderful, and I'm glad you enjoyed the recipe. Your photos looks phenomenal, by the way.

As for your bolognese, I think it's brilliant. Great Italian food is prepared by using what's best, not necessarily following a recipe. You've done just that, and I think it's great.

I'm very intrigued to try a bolognese made with ground lamb. The only time we normally use ground lamb is to make shepherd's pie, so I like the switch-up. Did the meat come from your own livestock?

rob — Saturday 15th April 2006 9:56 am

Gawd ... the photos just made me salivate terribly! What a fabulous combination - I love it! I call it the cosmic foodwaves. It seems to happen a lot among the food bloggers. You'll see a few peeps all having the same inspiration and making the same thing or variations of the same. I think it's kind of nice myself!

MM — Tuesday 18th April 2006 10:24 pm

Thanks everyone, sorry I've only just replied to you all.

No Rob, the mince wasn't from our livestock this time around, although I did make a Moroccan Rice Pilaf with our own lamb sausages a couple of days back.

Thanks MM, "cosmic foodwaves" eh?! hehe love it!

Didn't mean to make you cry Ivonne, sorry about that, your Easter breads looked divine though!

Thanks Dianka, you have a lovely blog!

Bea, your gnocchi looked fab, unfortunately I'm not a big mushroom fan, wish I was though, however I do love the smell of them cooking.

bron — Monday 24th April 2006 11:38 am

[...] On the day I made those gnocchi - now a few weeks ago - I found amusing to realize that I was not alone. Some of my favorite food bloggers scattered around the globe, from Toronto to New Zealand, were also shaping those little dumplings. I suggest that you stop by Rob’s and Bron ’s fun blogs to check their superb recipes. On top, not only will you discover great food but also words to devour. We were all connected through gnocchi. Ca, c’est de la magie culinaire! [...]

La tartine gourmande » Blog Archive » Gnocchi de pomme de terre et poêlée de champignons - Potato Gnocchi with Sautéed Mushrooms — Wednesday 10th May 2006 4:11 am

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