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January 29, 2009


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ciao, Simo vedo che ti dai al caseario con buoni risultati, queste tegole sono per caso come quelle che qui chiamiamo lingue di gatto? buoneeeee
Ti lascio il link della ricetta col cavolo capuccio rosso :http://viaggiarecomemangiare.blogspot.com/2009/01/canederli-su-letto-di-cavolo-rosso.html



Come al solito sempre cose che fanno venire l'acquolina in bocca ;)


Simona Carini

Ciao Astro, non ci avevo pensato, ma mi sembra che la ricetta che ho usato io sia molto simile a quella delle lingue di gatto. L'altra ricetta che potevamo usare e' diversa, perche' prevede l'utilizzo di mandorle. Grazie del post per l'evento sul cavolo.

Grazie, Baol, sei sempre molto gentile. Un abbraccio.


Brava, Simona! I rolled and filled mine too! Great minds think alike!

Sheltie Girl

Beautiful job! Your tuiles turned out very elegant.

Natalie @ Gluten a Go Go

Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

I am happy to add "tegola" to my vocabulary. Love the heart and star shapes Simona!

Simona Carini

Hi, Ivonne. You said it! ;)

Thanks, Natalie.

Thanks, Lori Lynn. For once I am happy with the look of my production. It gives me hope that I can improve in the aesthetic department.


Beautiful job! I paired some of my tuiles with blueberries, too. I loved the contrast in color :)


E' da tanto che queste tegole mi tentano ....
Ho saputo troppo tardi della raccolta che hai ospitato!!!


Those look really good. I love the combination of blueberries and honey. Sometimes for dessert I'll dip fresh blueberries in honey. Delish!

Simona Carini

Hi Natallie. Indeed, your berry sauce sounds delicious and a perfect accompaniment.

Lenny, sono sicura che tu faresti qualcosa di spettacolare con questa pasta. Spero che la proverai.

Hi Diana. I have a whole bunch of frozen blueberries in my freezer, so I am always looking for new ways of using them. I agree: blueberries and honey are a perfect pair.


I love the idea of making canolis out of the tuile batter. Don't know why I didn't even think of that!

Simona Carini

Hi Y. I think cannoli with the Keller's recipe would be awesome. I will try that soon. I'll have to come up with a fitting filling.


They look lovely, Simona. Tuiles, depending on the recipe, can be tricky business. Considering your "haphazard" approach, you did very well, indeed. With your assortment of fillings, I would be hard pressed to choose a favorite.

Simona Carini

Thanks for your kind words, Susan.

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