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clarice

This looks really yummy Charlotte. I love the dried fruit and olives. I will have to try it. Clarice

nel

Sounds absolutely delicious! Will put this one on file for winter. Love the photo...Nel

Laurie

Stew...yum. I posted a stew recipe this week, too!

Renee

This sounds great - the most fabulous recipes are found on blogs! Thank you Charlotte. Renee x

Lorraine

I can't wait to try your recipe - I was getting bored with the ho-hum beef one that I've used for years.

-- btw, just found your blog and am much enjoying it :-)

Nonnie

Sounds delicious. I often make stew but I'll have to give this a go with the addition of the dried fruit.

~vicki

Great recipe--must try it. The fruit really appeals to me, I put raisins in my meatballs and love the contrasting flavors, so this must be similar. It's that sweet/savory thing.

Glad your mama is feeling better too. She sounds like quite a gal. Love her spirit!

Your trip to PE Island--dreamy!

---I confess...just read all four post entries at once...I'm catching up now. :o)

We are also HUGE fans of Anne of GG. Love her, and have all the movies and sequels, and books. "Tales of Avonlea" is also a favorite, filmed on the island as well.

Lovely daughters and heart-shaped rocks...perfect!!

Rona

I so enjoy cooking with wine. It makes dishes just pop!

I enjoyed my visit thanks to turkey blues for providing a link to your blog.

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