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March 06, 2005

Comments

Deb

That sounded like a lovely party, and just the way a dinner party should be-- good friends, good food, good wine, good laughs, good conversationa and some incriminating video. My kind of fun!

Moira

Julie, everything sounds and looks gorgeous. What lucky friends to have the honour and pleasure of being fed by you!

keiko

Hi Julie - I'm glad you had a lovely time, your food just look gorgeous!

Julie

It really was a somewhat magic evening -- now when are you all coming for dinner?

Bakerina

Mmmmmm. Just reading this is making my hand tingle and my face feel all smiley. Julie, I can be there in about 20 minutes. :)

Julie

Jen, there's still some lamb left -- and there's Trianon and Vanilla ice-cream, at least for the next few minutes...

Carol

Julie, Oh how I wish I was there. I just got of the phone with Betty and she mentioned that you had a great site. I had no idea. Maybe one day I'll be back in NY and have the pleasure of eating in your beautiful home. See you Santa Fe.

Betty

dios mio, julie, you are truly a wonder to me. not only was i so lucky to be in the right place at the right time, but now my backside is posted in the first photo of this blog entry (which isn't particularly my best side...). I'm so thrilled to have been a participant at this food feast and will forever treasure the moment we women took to the kitchen floor to warm-up for the finale - the desserts!!!

Julie

Carol, thanks so much for stopping by. Can't wait for Santa Fe! How's baby Joaquim?

Oh Betty -- I'm so sorry about your back. I tried to find one of the three of us, and this was the best I could do. Trust me, there were many MORE shots that were far less flattering for all of us -- but you're right, your splendid and noble beauty is not evident. Perhaps it's just as well; I'd be deluged with hordes of guys trying to find out where you live...

Ernie

Julie,

Sounds like a great meal and great company. The best of both worlds.

Julie

hey Ernie -- the next dinner is you and the girls...for another "Feast from Feast"

RisaG

My husband is not a social creature either so I know what you are going through. I am altho' we don't have a lot of friends in our neighborhood. Most of our friends live in other states, or countries, unfortunately. So if I make anything at the house, it is small - to say the least.

I've been married to "Mr Unsocial" for 16 years. Can't believe it, but it's true. Every time I mention I want to have people over, he groans as if I am putting him in a torture chamber. He feels that his weekends are his own and that he wants to relax - he works hard all day and sometimes at night and wants to relax - or do his errands - he doesn't want to socialize. Well...too bad!

I do it mainly in the summer and at holiday or birthday times. I try not to do it any other time. He'll agree if it is a holiday or his birthday, or my birthday or our sons birthday. Otherwise, forget it. I'll get the look and the groans.

I enjoyed reading about your party. Sounds delicious and the pictures were making me salivate.

RisaG

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