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February 27, 2009

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Shelley

So happy to see you've been able to make time for your blog again, chef. Of course, I've been guilty of the same thing! Maybe you'll get a kick out of my latest post, My Big Fat Pork Butt:
http://bootnik.com/2009/02/22/my-big-fat-pork-butt/

Living to cook in Houston!

Dan D'Agostino

"hanker-chief pasta with red wine, mushrooms and rapini,
a roasted chicken with white sausage, lentils, mustard and bacon
and a rib eye with a radish salad and salsa verde"

Wow. Yum!!

Regina

Thanks for adding this happy hour. As a young professional who lives and works downtown, I think all the happy hour deals at Cleveland's best restaurants are an underappreciated treasure. I can rarely get off work early enough to enjoy them, but when I can, I love knowing that I can eat and drink Cleveland's best for prices that young people can afford. (And Lolita's late night happy hour menu is really exceptional, since it provides an alternative rather than directly from work.) Enjoyed a ladies' night out at Lola for Mardi Gras and we had an excellent time!

rambleonsylvie

"...we added a hanker-chief pasta with red wine, mushrooms and rapini, a roasted chicken with white sausage, lentils, mustard and bacon and a rib eye with a radish salad and salsa verde..."

Sounds incredible, makes me want to order all of it. Can you believe I'm in FL and I wish I was in Cleavland now...

rambleonsylvie

Cleveland (%$^! spellcheck...)

Amanda

It sounds fantastic; makes me miss living near a big city! I wish my little town would do a restaurant week--I love the opportunity to get out & try new things!

Dana

Every time I read your blog, I wish I had the opportunity to go to one of your restaurants. Ever consider coming to Northern Cal? We're not all nut jobs out here.

Dana

Every time I read your blog, I wish I had the opportunity to go to one of your restaurants. Ever consider coming to Northern Cal? We're not all nut jobs out here.

Dana

Every time I read your blog, I wish I had the opportunity to go to one of your restaurants. Ever consider coming to Northern Cal? We're not all nut jobs out here.

Dana

Every time I read your blog, I wish I had the opportunity to go to one of your restaurants. Ever consider coming to Northern Cal? We're not all nut jobs out here.

Orest Holubec

MS- I had the pleasure of taking my wife to Lolita for dinner Saturday night...we live in Cinci, but I'm from Cleveland and haven't been to Lolita since it's been Lola. We had amazing food and amazing service. Any chance you could share the recipe for the pork shank?? :)

Thanks for your commitment to our home town- Go Browns!

O.

michael regan

We came down last night for an early dinner. Food was excellent and the staff very attentive. We'll be back!

Mike Regan

CookingSchoolConfidential.com

What a lovely looking dough. We'll be making some next week (I'm a culinary school student). I always enjoy handling dough - so relaxing.

Cheers!

fioricet online

I think the that is pasta? Any ways hope to cook something special to my table.

Pain Relief

hanker-chief pasta with red wine, mushrooms and rapini, a roasted chicken with white sausage, lentils, mustard and bacon and a rib eye with a radish salad and salsa verde, I love all that...

invierta proyectos

Yhank ypou for sharing this blog!!!

Dave Fulmer

hello,

i have heard alot about you on the food channel and times when you appear on the Q104 morning show. i live in Akron and would like to ask if you have ever baked a gluten-free pizza ? i have celiac disease and cannot have gluten, really miss eating a great pizza with some of my favorite toppings as black olives, mushrooms, onions, sausage and pepperoni. i would appreciate any help you can give me to locate either one of your restaurants or possibly a health food store that would have an excellent gluten-free crust that does not appear to be gluey or very dry.

Thank you
Dave Fulmer

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