Sunday, February 7, 2010

GO TEAM!!!!!!....Spinach PUFF PASTRY!!!...

Been trying to go through Ina Garten's cookbooks this winter and see how many recipes I can get under my belt....
seriously might need a wider belt by the time I finish!...
This is her Spinach Puff Pastry from her..."Barefoot In Paris" cookbook...( wouldn't we all like to be!)... barefoot in Paris that is....
It was fun to make...

not hard at all...
Oooooo....Puffed nicely...

A scrumptious presentation....a great Company meal...

We both agreed...this was a keeper!
What's on your Super Bowl Sunday Menu? xoxo~Kathy.
I just asked dave..." what teams are playing this year"...I know, I know, what can I say...
When I was issued the Football Gene...It saw all this PINK...SHABBY CHIC..GIRL THING going on and LEFT.
So...Go Team! Hit the ball out of the park..#$@-!&..*.... I mean ..get a goalie...or goal..or Ugh!


  1. You sound like you are about as much into watching football as I am... I can't ever seem to be looking at the right guy! I love Ina, She cooks more like me than any of the others on t.v. , Her and Rachel Ray. I will give this one a try , it looks so good. thanks

  2. are like me....not a huge fan of the Superbowl! I'll cheer for whoever! This Spinach Pie looks wonderful. Glad you gave it a try. I have this cookbook and have been eyeballing this recipe for a long time. I have to try it now! Thanks!

  3. Hi Kathy,
    Oh, that spinach puff pastry looks delicious. Our Superbowl menu will probably be soup from a can and bread sticks (reheated) in our RV while we are camped in Roanoke Rapids, NC. Actually we may be the ONLY couple NOT watching the Superbowl as neither of us is interested in professional football or baseball. We left Walt Disney World Sat. morning and are on our way home to SE PA. Hubby is on his laptop checking out the conditions of I-95 in Washington DC, Maryland, Delaware and PA. We hope it is all clear after the BIG snow storm. (Our neighbor emailed us that we got 2 feet of snow at home.) We plan to get up at 6 AM to drive the final leg of our trip arriving home late afternoon tomorrow. I hope that your day goes well for you and your hubby tomorrow. I'll be praying that the chemo kills those horrible cancer cells. Your road is a much tougher one to travel than ours.

    Hugs and much love,
    Teacup Lane (Sandy)

  4. Looks so delicious..I love spinach, what a great recipe to try!

    Happy Sunday

  5. MMM... it looks delicious!

    I don't know what you've done to your blog (changes if any) ; but now I am able to really enjoy it in it's entirety . I loads so much easier for me.

    Go Team!

  6. Hi Kathy,
    Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a nice comment. I'm glad you did because now I am following you and will be back often.

    The recipie sounds good and looks good.
    I have to agree that I am not much on football either. I'm blogging and my husband is watching the game. Perfect.


  7. Hi Kathy!! Oh, this looks so good and spinach is my Mr. Precious most fav food! Now I've been catching up with you - gorgeous flowers from your friends, sweet little hearts you made!! Your husband and you have been in my prayers!
    Shelia ;)

  8. Hi Kathy, I love Ina, and your dish looks delicious. My daughter and I plan on watching Masterpiece Theater tonight while the men in the family watch football. We also have no idea who is playing, or what ever they do!
    Have fun!

  9. This looks soooo yummy!:)

    I can't get into football, either. I just cook for the real fans! ha.

  10. Kathy thats looks just YUM!! girl I didn't watch Stupid Bowl today...I leave that up to Len to act like a fool and scream while its on...I did foot long Hot dogs ha ha!!Hey it worked for me girl...Hope you have a GREAT week my friend...hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

  11. That looks YUMMY! I need to try that now that I am on a vegetarian (mostly) diet.

    I'll be thinking of the two of you tomorrow.

    Talk to you soon ;)
    Bunny Jean

  12. Kathy, this looks like spanakopita with puff pastry instead of phyllo. What a great idea!

    I don't have a Superbowl meal. We don't have a Superbowl here. Darn. (Another reason to like Belgium)

    We're traveling off and on right now, so I'm a little behind in my blogs. I'm off to catch up with you.


  13. It looks sooooooooo yummy!!! I want some!
    First time on your blog (coming from La Table de Nana) ... I like it ;-)

  14. Football or as they say here in the Ozarks "foooball", not so much but oh baby the food, now that's a whole other ballgame!

    Your recipe looks marvelous and game or not I'm gonna have to make it as soon as I get off the Ponderosa to go to Nowhere USA to buy supplies!

    Thanks! Ya'll have the best day filled with blessings!!!

  15. OOh, I love Ina... This does look yummy, all the layers look perfect. What a fun project, to cook through her book. Great job. Lezlee


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