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June 24, 2008


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Lucky husband who gets to taste this. ;-)



E' un'idea fantastica ed ovviamente, a seconda degli stampini a disposizione si possono varire i soggetti ed i gusti di marmellate: è un'idea davvero originale da tenere presente e che è particolarmente indicata per le merende dei bambini


very nice idea...I look forward to make those turtles with Billa! ^_^


those are really elegant looking treats.


Very cute, Simona! I bet they taste great too:)


Bellissima, l' ho pubblicata anche nel sito http://www.ricetteveloci.info ;)

Great Post!


How cute! I always make crostatine like your aunt, but I must say, sea turtles are much cooler :)


What beautiful little turtles! And fun to eat, as well as delicious, I'm sure. I'm glad to know about Oceana; I'm also very fond of sea turtles. The last time we were in Florida, we saw their tracks on the sand and the nests they had made for their babies. I tried to spy one during the night, but never did catch a glimpse. Amazing creatures. What a worthy thing, the adopt-a-creature campaign!


Thanks Paz, he knows his luck.

Ciao Lenny. Hai ragione: I bambini impazzirebbero di gioia.

And I look forward to reading your report about making turtles with Billa.

Thanks, Bee. Indeed, they look nice, and make people happy.

Hi Maryann. So they say ;)

Ciao Pierpaolo e grazie.

Ciao Marta. They are!

Hi Lisa. I could not resist the temptation of adopting a sea turtle. I have never seen them on land, either, only on the reef.


un idea molto divertente per i bambini, ciao


Adorable! I grew up with jam (or brown sugar) tarts from leftover pastry, too. Thanks for sharing Oceana. Marine creatures are my favorite cause among the many animal charities I give to.


Ciao Gunther e grazie per la visita. Divertente anche per gli adulti ;)

Thanks Susan. We share an interest in marine life.

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