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April 12, 2010

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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Ah, morels! One of my favorite things about living where I do -- on land that used to belong to a charcoal maker -- is that the high ash content in the soil seems to be most hospitable to morels, and every June, for just a few days, morels appear on our lawn. I gather them up gently in the hem of a T-shirt, and cook them right away. What a treat!

Melissa

The color on that halibut is FANTASTIC! I love love love that fish. Good idea to remove the bones before serving. You can just dig in!

Oui, Chef

For me the most welcome signs of Spring are asparagus and morels. They make me happy...happy....happy. Your fish looks perfect, yum!

Halibut

Absolutely delicious looking recipe.. Cant wait to prepare them.. Thanks..
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