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July 29, 2008


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[eatingclub] vancouver || js

Italian pigeons are luckier, I guess. ;)


Qui in Puglia, in primavera, le fave fresche vanno via come il pane =)


yummm, I love fava beans. I wish I could find fresh ones here. Simona, if you like favas I recommend turkish style with tons of herbs.


Both of these look wonderful. Adding peaches is an interesting touch.
Thanks for the link!


I love the sound of this salad.


Lori Lynn

I like the Italian version of the idiom better too. A less traumatic mental picture.

I always order dishes with fava beans in restaurants. They are my fav. (hehe). But I have yet to make a dish with them at home. Gotta try it.


I would agree, js.

Baol, ho letto che in Puglia si dice: "Di tutti i legumi la fava è la regina, cotta la sera scaldata la mattina."

That is so sad, Burcu, that you cannot find fresh fava beans in your area. Tons od herbs sounds like a good plan: thanks.

You are welcome, Christine.

I think you would like the taste too, Paz.

Well said, Lori Lynn. I hope you will try and be happy with the result.


both salads sound wonderful (I love fava beans!) but I would especially like to try the version made with peach.

Simona Carini

I hope you'll find some fresh fava beans and succulent peaches at a market near you.


Peach! What a sweet, unexpected golden touch!
Thank you, Simona, for sharing your fresh summer salads for MLLA2.


If I remember correctly, Susan, you have a special affection for peaches. I do too.

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