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29 December 2008

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Mei

Hi Syrie,

These parmesan crisps look great. I'm always looking for new ideas for party food. Most definitely going to try them soon.

VeggieGirl

So elegant!!

Alexa

Syrie,
Your pictures make my mouth water... this stunning appetizer is no exception! Have a happy new year!

Young Werther

What a fantastic idea!. Never crossed my mind (despite my bad habit of scrapping the melted cheese out of the mini oven from my cheese-on-toast)

Kevin

Parmesan chips are good! Nice presentation!

Happy Holidays!

jfolkmann

Beautiful! Great idea and easy to make. I'll have to try it this weekend. Thanks for the recipe.

Eleonora

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The Food Hunter

They look really good.

Gigi

I love Parmesan crisps! I made these also for New Year's Eve. Thank for visiting and allowing to discover your beautiful blog!

Gertrude

This will make a great appetizer. Thanks for stopping by at my blog and your kind comment. Great blog you have here :)

Alex

Parmesan crisps are so great, and amazingly versatile. The Christmas cake turned out fine in the end, thank goodness.

Happy new year to you - looking forward to reading more in 2009.

Madam Chow

The flavor combinations and photos are wonderful!

Syrie

Hi everyone, sorry for being so quiet for so long. Thank you all for your well wishes and I hope you all have a great 2009!

Thanks Mei. Hope you enjoyed them!
Thank you Veggiegirl!
Thanks for your kind words Alexa. Happy New Year to you too!
Ha Werther That use to happen to me too! Good old jaffle makers!
Thanks Kevin. Hope you had a great holiday season!
Thank you Jfolkmann. Hope they went well and I'd love to hear how they turned out.
Elenora - you're a true artist! Merci Beaucoup!
Thank you foodhunter
Thanks so much Gigi. I look forward to checking out yours
Thanks so much Gertrude!
Good news Alex! I want to read about it! Happy New year!
Thanks so much Madame Chow - I love your name!

Marc @ NoRecipes

Wow these look delightful! That jelly looks like a nice light alternative to mebrillo. Happy new year!

Reeni

They are so beautiful! And delicious!

jaden

Oh baby YUM!!!

I tried making parm crisps once...a long time ago...and totally messed up! will have to try again, this time your method.

Shari

What a gorgeous little bite! And that plate is stunning. I also love all the prep shots. You're truly amazing!!

Kim da Cook

Wow this is just wonderful just love it.going to give it a try this weekend coming

shane

Thank you very much for introducing a new ingredient into my world. I had never heard of a quince until now!

Your crisps look delicious!

HK

Your recipe reminds me of scaping the solidifyied cheese of the oven tray when I was a teen. Cooking then to me meant warming up a pizza sub on a tray in the oven. The cheese topping would melt and some of it would drip onto the oven tray. These drips would solidify and I would scrape them off and eat them.

In your recipe, you've recognised an opportunity to create a magnificent starter from a similar accidental technique.

Thank you for sharing it with me.

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Made these for a dinner party last night and they were a HIT! It seems so complicated but it isn't. And the goat cheese/fig combo is amazing. I have been putting them on pizza actually!

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