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November 04, 2007


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Delicious! So many of my favorite ingredients, especially zucchini, capers, and eggplant, not to mention the lovely herbs. I hope you will be very happy in your new home.


With a zucchini plant or three just starting their journey, I am so pleased to find your recipe. Invariably there are a few monsters that hide beneath among the greenery every year.


I love the idea of naming your home. Best wishes there, filled with health and happiness!


Simona, congratulations on your new home. It sounds magical and charming. I wish you every happiness.


Simona, thanks! ^_=
I wish I was at your stage with the move ^_^
Congratulations on your new home. I wish you all the best in your Casa Dolce Casa! ^_=

Your "zuccone" ripieno is so delizioso! :)

Baci baci


A very delcious stuffing for the zucchini Simone.I hope you enjoyed your 6 weeks away!!

Simona Carini

Thanks everybody for the good wishes about the house.
It is nice to read that, as I start saying goodbye to one of my favorite summer vegetables, Lucy is getting ready to welcome them.


I love the name you've chosen for your home. Congrats! And your meal as usual looks and sounds lovely. I think it's something the Inspector (from the book, sorry I forget the name) would like.


anna maria

Che buona la zucchina che hai preparato e congratulazioni per la casa!


I like your idea for the stuffing.


The Brit's call them 'marrows' when they get that big and use them for soup. I usually call mine compost..., but by the time I let it happen I've usually had my fill (and not been gone for 6 weeks)!
Lovely recipe - for next summer...

Simona Carini

Ciao Paz and thanks. It's inspector Montalbano. I got his latest story when I was in Italy and also three novels featuring another inspector, this one from Milan.

Grazie Anna Maria.

Thanks Gay: it was actually pretty good.

Hi Katie: I have never heard that term before. I was actually meditating a soup myself.


I love your Ocean Perch sign and name, and congratulations on your new home.

Of course some monster zucchini would be laying in wait for you.

Susan from Food Blogga

Ha! "Zuccone" is a slow-witted person? That sounds like something they would say on The Soprano's. I love this recipe and wouldn't have thought to add pecans. What a lovely touch! ps--Warmest wishes for a happy, healthy life in your new home.

Simona Carini

Thanks Lisa!

Hi Susan. Recently, I have been adding pecans to a lot of recipes: I don't seem to get tired of their flavor.

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