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May 17, 2011
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9 responses to “RT|WW – Oysters with Red Seaweed and Alfalfa Sprouts”

  1. That touch of red really does make the dish look gorgeous.
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  2. Ralph says:

    That is quite a stylish plate. The delicate red seaweed is a nice addition for RT. The other colors such as the lemon add a flair to the iced oysters. Delicious is taste – and looks , too!
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  3. Carletta says:

    The red seaweed adds just the right amount of color to make the lovely plated dish pop!
    Happy Tuesday!
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  4. Great plating – such a nice combination and balance of colors and textures.

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  5. chubskulit says:

    Kakagutom lagi mga handa mo ate Liza hehehe
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  6. Adam says:

    This recipe was great. The only thing I did different was to use sea salt. This stew was delicate and? delis h. 🙂 Thank you for sharing for sharing this recipe. <3
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  7. Jenny H says:

    Looks good. It just might entice me to try oysters!

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