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  1. this looks wonderful… I love this post, it is a beautiful read… and I really want to try this.

    you have my vote!

  2. Your dish looks light and refreshing:) Love the photos of Tahiti! Good luck in the contest!

  3. Sabrina, this is just a beautiful post making me feel as though the Caribbean breeze is just an open door away. Great job with challenge #2! Mine will be up in the morning…

  4. I love the tablescape. This is beautifully written, Sabrina. I’m voting for you!

  5. Bethany @ One Girls Taste on Life

    What a great dish this looks like! Very yum! Where did you and the husband stay in Tahiti? My husband and I are dying to go and always looking for recommendations from reliable sources. Thanks in advance!

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Bethany @ One Girls Taste on Life, Thanks! Our hotel in Tahiti was not as fabulous as the one in Bora Bora (same with the places in general). In Bora Bora we stayed at the St. Regis and I would highly recommend it despite the high price. The service and beauty was worth every penny. Also, Laurel at True Tahiti is the BEST source for anything and everything for vacations at any Polynesian island. She is an American living in Moorea and helped us book our trip. She was amazing.

  6. GREAT post. You know Josh & I are so jealous of your fabulous trip :) This dish looks incredible. A tropical delight for sure. Hope you are having a great weekend Sabrina

  7. Sabrina, this meal looks absolutely amazing. Not only do I LOVE your post, but the dish is definitely one that I’ll be trying! Thanks so much for sharing. :)

  8. That sounds sooo amazing. Of course with a dish like that you will get my vote :-)

  9. Janice

    What do you put in your vanilla tea, or do you drink it black?

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Janice, I drink it black. Here I buy the Mighty Leaf brand of vanilla black tea and I also drink it black, but one of my friends puts milk and sugar in it.

  10. What a beautiful place to spend your honeymoon–it’s no wonder it inspired you to create an equally beautiful dish. I’ll be voting for you. Great job!

  11. That dish looks simply amazing. Love your table setting as well.

  12. How did you ever find the courage to come back after spending a week in paradisei!? Your dish sounds delicious!

  13. we were just talking about Tahitian!! yum, your dish looks so very very good!!!
    Good luck in the next phase of the FB competition!

  14. Looks beautiful, and you can feel the love in your post!

  15. I am loving the different flavors in this recipe! But more importantly the story associated with it :)

  16. You make me want to travel to Tahiti! Your dishes are so full of love and I love that!

  17. yeay! no need to go over the top or out of this world to come up with a great entry. you just did with your simple homey and gorgeous Tahiti dish :) great job on this one. you will definitely get +1 vote from me :)

  18. I totally played around with the idea of doing a Tahitian dish. I was going to do what the Tahitians call ‘ceviche’, which is raw fish in coconut milk. But seeing this home run I am glad I chose another geography. Mine would have paled. Can’t wait to vote you forward. GREG

  19. Yum! This shrimp looks amazing. And your topical photos look even more amazing. You totally have my vote!

  20. wow. The perfect place to use that precious bean. I just wish I can get a waft of the wonderful smell that surely have permeated your sweet kitchen!!

  21. You did a wonderful job- I really enjoyed reading this post.

  22. oh wow, i’m totally swooning over here :) not only for this dish, but also for tahiti! maybe someday :) until then, i’ll have to give this a try!

  23. Looks great, Sabri! A tropical vacation sounds perfect right now :) haha

  24. Ed

    Great pictures and a truly different cuisine! You have my vote!

  25. Ben and I want to go to Tahiti so bad! Love the pics and recipe.

  26. I like that you took something from such a special memory.

  27. That looks positively delectable and delicious. Beautiful presentation and post. You have my vote and I wish you lots of luck in the competition.

  28. Gorgeous!
    You’ve got my Foodbuzz ♥!
    Hope we both make it to round three.

  29. Thank you for your kind vote! Right back at you dear! – Megs at Foodalution!

  30. Maybelles mom

    I have always wanted to go to Tahiti. Thanks for taking me there. Nice #pfb2010

  31. I love coconut in my dishes. This recipe looks good and I love that the list of ingredients is not too long.

    What would you recommend a good substitution for heavy cream? Or is that not an option without changing the taste of the food too much?

    I want to go to Tahiti for my upcoming honeymoon. It just looks like such a tropical dream.

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Lea @ Healthy Coconut, I would use whole milk instead of the cream, or even light cream. If you want to go the non dairy route, though, I am not quite sure how to help. I haven’t yet experimented making sauces with non dairy milks.

      If you decide to go to Tahiti please email me any questions! We had the time of our lives and it was completely worth the hefty price tag. It was literally a once in a lifetime experience!

  32. Sounds amazing. But where can I get one of those bungalows in Philly?

  33. Gorgeous photos! This dish looks really delicious – can’t wait to try it!

  34. Oh wow! This looks beautiful. Just voted for you. Also, I can’t help but add you are beautiful nd PLUS you love to cook = awesome. :)

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