1. Marionberry Style said: replied:

    Oh yum. I am about ready to grab my salad for lunch but these look soooo much better. sigh…

    And I’d like to think you’re sitting there working and enjoying these with a glass of white wine before 10am in San Fran! Haha :-)
    XO – Marion

    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  2. Alexa said: replied:

    Frankly you had me at blue cheese and parmesan. Ha.

    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  3. designstiles said: replied:

    This picture looks so crisp, I could practically taste them. Seriously, this photo is out of a magazine!

    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  4. designstiles said: replied:

    PS – Please post your meatloaf recipe. Or email it to me. I’m craving meatloaf badly.

    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  5. These look so yummy! I’ll have to try them one day.

    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  6. Keren V. said: replied:

    One cannot go wrong with any meal eaten on Delftware! Or anything containing cheese. ;)


    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  7. Sarah {High Styling} said: replied:

    You have found the way to my heart! I always have cheese in the fridge. Now I know what I will be doing with it. Need eggs, otherwise I would be making them now. So pretty too- I love your food posts!

    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  8. Becca said: replied:

    Oh wow! Those look amazing! My Dad makes gougeres at his restaurant and my sisters and I always steel them when we come home. I am going to have to make these!

    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  9. Val @ A Cleaner Closet said: replied:

    Wow, these look amazing! I think I’ve long had a mental block against making gougeres, probably because they seem too fancy/French/delicious to be easily whipped up. I’ll be trying my hand at these for sure.


    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  10. YUM!

    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  11. oh my gosh. so making these.

    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  12. daniela said: replied:

    these look amazing! blue cheese and parmesan? yum!! I’m definitely making these soon


    15 Mar 2012 | Reply
  13. Naomi@Design Manifest said: replied:

    Oh man, these sound amazing. Must try!

    16 Mar 2012 | Reply
  14. Nikki Rappaport said: replied:

    These look amazing and why haven’t I made something like this before? Trying it this week! thanks dear!

    19 Mar 2012 | Reply
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