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Friday’s Foto Finish Fiesta

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So. Am I the only one who thinks that pictures of cooked food never really looks that good?

That said, I’m going to show you our meal from Wednesday night. As you can see, I’m a HUGE fan of Pampered Chef (heck, I used to sell the stuff)…so the entire meal was made in stoneware. And let.me.tell.you… Baked potatoes in the fluted stoneware pan..? THE BEST.

Cookin'

Cookin'

Pork, Potatoes, and Ratatouille

Pork, Potatoes, and Ratatouille

(The extra dish is the leftover veggies that wouldn’t fit in the “real” ratatouille)

Ratatouille Close Up

Ratatouille Close Up

The pork (recipe from Goddess), turned out a bit lot whiter than normal. I’m guessing that it’s because I let it sit and marinate for longer than normal (36 hours instead of 24). The Ratatouille was from some random website search that lead me to Smitten Kitchen. Much like the author, I  saw the movie and had been wondering about that dish since. I’ve been meaning to make her version for a few weeks now. It turned out AWESOME. Who knew veggies could taste so good?!

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7 Responses

  1. I have never tried ratatouille – but have wanted to since the movies. And now that I see you dish, it does look good!

    Have a Great Day!

  2. Love love love smitten kitchen! I’ve never tried ratatouille, but now I might have to!

  3. The veggies looks real yummy!

  4. You are getting good at this cooking thing… wow looks like an amazing dish of ratatouille! Go YOU! 🙂

  5. I made ratatouille for the first time ever on holy Thursday and LOVED it, although mine looked different than yours, more stew like. But, delicious! How can you go wrong with tomatoes, garlic and zucchini? YUMMY!

  6. That dinner looks awesome girl!!!

  7. I can’t wait to try this! It looks awesome!

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