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September 23, 2023

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DebinHawaii

I enjoyed the presence of Angelo Pellegrini in this book too! Your chimichurri looks delicious. I think it makes a fabulous pairing with the egg. Thanks for joining in!

Claudia

Your picture looks so delicious! Would be good with a bean dish as well as the corn and eggs. A Mexican version of chimichurri would be a Salsa Verde with tomatillos.

Wendy Klik

That chimichurri with the perfectly cooked egg looks delightful.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Deb. I hope Pellegrini would have approved the sauce :)

Thank you, Claudia. I like the look of tomatillos but have used only once: I must change that. Thank you for the suggestion :)

Thank you, Wendy :)

Delaware Girl Eats

I agree I didn't find anything actually in the book that cried out to me to make. This choice suits just fine!

Simona Carini

I am happy about the destination my exploration led me to, Cathy: it's nice to have a versatile sauce in my repertoire :)

Aurelio Johnson

What a vibrant twist on the classic condiment, bursting with the bold flavors of herbs and spices. Your recipe promises to elevate any dish,

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