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Comment from: kat [Visitor]
katOh my this sounds so delicious...all that wonderful pork on top of leeks...yummy!
11/18/08 @ 19:39
Comment from: Heather [Visitor]
HeatherI saw this episode too, and thought the ham on top was brilliant. The black pepper pappardelle, though, that is ispired.

So you're off the diet, then? ;)
11/18/08 @ 21:53
Comment from: Donald [Member] Email
Donaldkat: it was. this is in the rotation.

heather: i was inspired, definitely. diet? what diet? :roll:
11/18/08 @ 22:06
Comment from: Terry B [Visitor]
Terry BHoly cow, Donald. I was impressed with this dish before I even knew you'd made the pasta. And covering the leeks with prosciutto to cook them? Now, that's just evil genius. Wow.
11/19/08 @ 12:49
Comment from: Abby @ mangerlaville [Visitor]
Abby @ mangerlavilleI love Jamie Oliver, rustic yet appreciative of the ingredient. This dish sounds amazing. I love braised leeks and home made pasta. I am in heaven
11/20/08 @ 09:50
Comment from: Judy [Visitor]
JudyThat recipe looks so good. I can't wait to make this!
11/20/08 @ 12:20
Comment from: Ruth E [Visitor]
Ruth EThis looks so creamy and delicious. Full of so many flavours!

I've still to try making my own pasta sometime, but don't see the point in investing in a pasta machine if it's only me who likes it..... maybe someday when we have kids who WILL like pasta too lol

Ruth

PS the pie turned out great, the base was perfect - I was worried it might turn out slightly soggy but it was fine.
11/20/08 @ 12:35
Comment from: Melissa [Visitor]
MelissaOh man. That's FANTASTIC. Seriously. I love the look of the leeks - you're right, perfect.
11/20/08 @ 22:07
Comment from: Lisa Grant [Visitor]
Lisa GrantI could eat 2 plates of that. I saw Jaimie cooking it also.
11/20/08 @ 23:39
Comment from: Donald [Member] Email
Donaldterry b: thanks. i've gotten much more comfortable with making my own pasta. and the prosciutto covered leeks was a tasty idea.

abby: jamie is fun to watch, like we could sit with a glass of wine and watch him right before our eyes. he is really passionate.

judy: let me know how it turns out for you.

ruth: this was really good. you know, you can make pappardelle with a rolling pin and a knife. hard to believe that you are the only one who likes pasta in your house.

melissa: thanks! yes, yes, the leeks!

lisa: i don't want to say how many plates i had.
11/21/08 @ 07:39
Comment from: Kim [Visitor]
KimHands down, this is my favorite of all your pasta dishes, and you have made some fabulous ones! I am so getting an attachment and going to try this. Wow, all the ingredients are favorites of mine. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
11/21/08 @ 07:56
Comment from: elly [Visitor]
ellyThis looks absolutely incredible. I am drooling, with so many ingredients I adore. Mmm.
11/21/08 @ 10:30
Comment from: robin [Visitor]
robinJamie's garden makes me so jealous!

And this pasta, it looks divine. That trick for putting prosciutto as a cover is priceless. :D
11/22/08 @ 09:28
Comment from: Foodycat [Visitor]
FoodycatI thought this was amazing even before I realised you made your own pasta! Yum!
11/22/08 @ 10:54
claudia (cook eat FRET)you diet as well as i do...
but donald... damn it man
that looks unreal
in every way
UNREAL
huge wow

like on my birthday i want this
ham and bacon and cream and cheese on egg pasta with leeks

A++
11/22/08 @ 11:43
Comment from: sharon [Visitor]
sharonWhen can I come over for dinner? I don't like to choose favorites, but I must say this is one of the most delicious looking things I've seen on your site, and there's a lot of competition on here!!
11/22/08 @ 15:26
Comment from: Sam Sotiropoulos [Visitor]
Sam SotiropoulosWow and wow! An excellent "from scratch" pasta dish. This one has been bookmarked. I am curious, is this the blog of Mr. Orphanides?
11/22/08 @ 21:18
Comment from: Donald [Member] Email
DonaldKim: Thank you! You know, you can make pappardelle with a roller before you get your attachments. But.... Christmas is coming so you may put the attachment on your list.

Elly: Here's a napkin.

Robin: I know, doesn't it? I wish I could just go gather some eggs from the chicks, pick some veg, and herbage, and head to the kitchen.

Foodycat: Thank you! It was a very successful experiment.

Claudia: Again, words like those coming from you inspire me to make up more dishes. Have what you wish on your birthday. I'll even make it for you!

Sharon: All you need to do is you guys fly into the ATL and we'll scoop you up. That is all. And thanks!

Sam: Thanks! Hadn't seen you for a while; thanks for stopping by. And yes it is except I spell my name with a "y" not an "e". :-)
11/22/08 @ 23:11
Comment from: Sam Sotiropoulos [Visitor]
Sam SotiropoulosAh, sorry 'bout that Mr. Orphanidys... :oops: Long story short, I had a problem with my browser and somehow had all my bookmarks deleted some time back. In any case, I have found you again and this time I added your blog to my Google Reader so you are not likely to disappear again. :-)
11/22/08 @ 23:24
Comment from: Donald [Member] Email
DonaldCool Sam, thanks. I love your dishes but, I think that most may be above my skill level. Nonetheless, I really enjoy reading your blog and your recipes.

Oh, you can call me Donald, please.
11/22/08 @ 23:35
Comment from: Jesse [Visitor]
JesseThat does look heavenly... I love your writing style, it's so calming and yet inspiring at the same time. Thank you for sharing this with us!
11/23/08 @ 17:11
Comment from: Bren [Visitor]
Brenyou know i love Jamie too. he's so cool, and that accent! he makes everything look so simple. great pics. i still need those darn ego lights. sigh.
when are we coming back over there? i still have ur pan. and don't forget about me. i can't remember the last time u visited FE! step it up shawty!
11/23/08 @ 18:06
[eatingclub] vancouver || jsLooks fantastic. Prosciutto, pancetta: that's the dynamic duo right there. ;)
11/25/08 @ 03:20
Comment from: Kevin [Visitor]
KevinThat looks really tasty!
11/25/08 @ 06:56
Comment from: Jen [Visitor] Email
JenIt's 10:30 AM and I already want a bowl of this pasta! Looks delicious and incorporates many of my favs.
12/08/08 @ 10:30
Comment from: Gold Coast girl [Visitor]
Gold Coast girlI love anything with prosciutto but this recipe looks absolutely amazing! Thank you I can't wait to make this one.
07/21/10 @ 03:17
Comment from: graphic design babe [Visitor]
graphic design babeprosciutto mmm.....pasta mmmm.....;)
02/04/11 @ 00:34

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