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Gary Rhodes' Baked Ratatouille Peppers with Melting Goat's Cheese - Comments

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Name: Val 17th August 2011
You don't need the salt and pepper! Put it on the table and let people add it according to taste. However, tomatoes DO need salt. You could put in instruction 5, "chop the tomatoes roughly and sprinkle with salt."
I loved your site, especially the Roman food bit, I am writing about everyday life in Roman times.

Thanks for a super site.
Name: Henry 15th March 2012
mmmmmmmmmmmmmm! So nice! I LOVE goatd cheese!
Thanks for the recipe ☺
Name: Nina 19th March 2012
Wow looks great. I used to eat quite often in a Chinese (Cantonese) restaurant in Basildon. I got to be lmoast part of the family and ended up getting this kind of food. I still remember the pickled vegetables.We went to a BBQ yesterday, and I did a big bowl of Pinto beans with sun-dried tomatoes, buckwheat, red pepper, olives and a bit of onion. There was chili/olive oil and lemon juice as a dressing. Should have taken a picture of it!
Name: Amyleytilley 15th May 2013
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