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August 11, 2009


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Jen @ MaplenCornbread

The picture of the gooey melty cheese won me over! this is one good looking dish! The sauce sounds lovely! I wish we had TJ's here! I wonder is WF might have something similar, I will look! :)


That looks HEAVENLY!


Beautiful dinner! i would definitely eat more than my share if that was in my bowl :)

Rosey Rebecca

Oh wow, that looks so good and fresh!


Absolutely delicious dinner!! I love any combination of pasta, marinara, mozzarella & basil.


Nice choice for dinner! One of my faves, too. I love the close-up pics and your step-by-step documentation. Now I'm hungry...


the melty mozarella makes me want to go make this right now!


Ok Diana -- this recipe looks DELICIOUS! When I first started reading and you mentioned the ingredients I thought ...hmmm, can I just guess on this stuff? I'd decided no...and then I read on and viola -- you have the recipe -- Thank you SO much!!!

sarah tew

I cooked this and I'm telling you I'd rather suck a dying cow's udder in the hot hot sun..
Sarah Tew

Diana @ The Chic Life

Sorry to hear! I've had many people tell me they loved it. Sorry it didn't work out for you. :(

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That takes some work. There's really no need for a bib when you're munching on blue crabs in Baltimore, but I see why you need one for these.


Very good, and easy. No mess other than from the pan to the dishes. My guy thought the sauce was the expensive kind. Not bad for 2.99... the whole thing cost less than 20. :)

Diana @ The Chic Life

Glad you liked it!

Be sure to check out my other recipes at my new blog location:

:) Diana


This is my husband's favourite dish too. Simple, delicious and full of flavour. Basil, garlic, cheese and tomatoes many a great meal makes!

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