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June 18, 2008


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Wow! That sounds amazingly delicious!


Simona, I can emphtathize with your fears of trying out a new recipe without any reference of tasting.

It sounds like you're on your way to discovering a new Dolce delight!


Li ho mangiati in Tirolo e sono deliziosi. Con il ripieno ci si può sbizzarrire.
Un caro saluto


Sono senza parole davvero!!!!
Mai assaggiati, ma è un'ignoranza che va tradotta in conoscenza al più presto.
Buona giornata

bruno lorenzutta

Ciao Simona... looks like you're a smash hit again.... I can see all your fans sipping a hot italian coffee and pigging out on gnocchi dolci... take it from me.. once you start you cannot stop.. eh eh.. Bruno


They are cherubs, Simona! And they go so well with the "eat dessert first" philosophy. Truly unique.


Hellooooooo Simona!


Thanks Ranyee.

Thanks Peter.

Ciao Alex. Magari la prossima volta che vengo in Italia riesco a provarli anche io.

Ciao Lenny. Sarei onorata di fare la parte di ispiratrice della tua creativita'.

Thanks Bruno, you have been exceedingly kind to me in this very interesting and fruitful exchange. Maybe together we'll start a gnocchi dolci fan club.

Thanks Susan. They tend to induce chain-eating, for sure.

Ciao Baol.


How interesting! And served as a first course... It sounds strange to have something fruity, but, in thinking a bit, I guess it's really a sweet/savory combination... Not at all unusual.


Hi Katie. It sounds a bit strange by Italian standards, as well, but it works nicely.


Buoni... anche nella mia famiglia si fanno ma un po' diversi, il ripieno è di marmellata di albicocche e si condiscono con pane grattato e sciolto in burro, cannella, zucchero e cacao... la ricetta viene dalla mia nonna paterna originaria dell'Istria.


Ciao Orchidea e grazie sia della visita che delle informazioni. Mi piacerebbe leggere la ricetta di tua nonna.

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