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Kitt

Awesome! I'm glad you're doing NaBloPoMo, if it means you keep pulling out dishes like this.

(One advantage to having a blog of miscellany means I can just take a picture of something interesting and voila, I have a post.)

Patricia Scarpin

What a busy time you had, Julie! Panna cotta can make anything so much better. Yours looks fantastic!

Elizabeth

Yay Figs are back!! Now aren't you glad you were mad fig blogging back in September?? I love panna cotta.

pigtown*design

better looking that i could ever ever do!

adele

Mmm. I keep meaning to make panna cotta - the problem is that I don't usually keep gelatin in my pantry, and I can never remember to buy it when I'm at the grocery store.

*sigh* I need something that will co-ordinate my shopping lists and my recipe lists.

Choosy Beggar Tina

I agree with Pigtown - a MUCH better picture than I could have come up with. And also, panna cotta is one of my favorite desserts. How could this go wrong?!

Peter

This elegant, refined and the flavour contrast of sweetness and slightly tart greek yogurt wins me over.

claudia (cook eat FRET)

i love this. i want this. but figs are over. but still it'd go wonderfully with a dried fruit compote.

you know what i say about nablopomo. and i say this only after writing 25 entries last november...

nablo me

Lydia

It's always great to have a few good, quick, simple, elegant desserts in the repertoire. This is one I'll add to my list.

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