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June 18, 2010


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This is simply stunning, Simona. What a gorgeous and delightful entry for Weekend Herb Blogging. Thanks for sending this over and look for the roundup on Monday.


This is very beautiful Simona, even better than the original recipe.


Mi piace moltissimo e le verdure colorate danno l'idea di un fine mosaico :))


Che bella colorata che è. Sembra davvero un quadro.

bellini valli

This makes such a lovely presentation Simona. I love that your photos are now larger so we can see all your beautiful dishes. I do have "old eyes":D

Simona Carini

Thanks, Rachel. My pleasure.

Thanks, Ivy. It was very easy to unmold and to cut into nice slices.

Grazie, Lenny e Alex. Il risultato e' effettivamente carino da vedere.

Thanks, Bellini Valli, for the kind words and the feedback on the photos.


se questa è la tua prima terrina, direi che le terrine fanno parte delle ricette con cui hai un bel feeling, davvero bella e sicuramente buona, buon we, bacio!


I've never made anything like this, but it looks great with all the veggies!


This terrine was positively delicious! We finished the last piece a few days ago, so I can attest that it will keep in the fridge at least four days beyond the dinner we had with Simona and her husband, and it tasted just as good as the first bite last weekend. It is just as colorful as the photo depicts and it makes a stunning summer starter.


Simona Carini

Ciao Astro. Ammetto che ora sono curiosa di provare un'altra ricetta sulla stessa linea.

Hi Kalyn. Indeed, the terrine has quite a bit of vegetables and I can see getting different results, in terms of both look and flavor, depending on the vegetable mix used.

Thanks, Christine. I am glad you enjoyed it both the day it was made and later in the week.


That is absolutley gorgeous - and what a wonderful idea. It does look like stained glass. I have to try this!


I love the colors in this dish. I agree with Katie's comment above. It DOES look like stained glass. Very cool. ;-)



Fabulous, Simona! I have a terrine that I've never, ever used, but it's quite narrow. I don't think it would make for the spectacular showcase of your recipe. I do, however, also have a loaf pan. I would very much like to try this. Thanks for sharing your success.


What an absolutely stunning terrine! As I scrolled down I actually let out an audible gasp! This is really beautiful! Great work!

Simona Carini

Thanks, Katie. I hope you do try to make it.

Thanks, Paz.

Thanks, Susan. I must admit that I like the loaf pan shape quite a bit.

Thanks, Marcellina. I am glad you liked it.


coloratissima e fresca per l'estate, complimenti, se vuoi passare nella mia cucina, http://biscottirosaetralala.blogspot.com


Ciao Simona!
Questa terrina sembra quasi un clafoutis e, se devo dirti la verità, mi piace moltissimo l'idea di sostituire la panna con latte, formaggio ed acqua...mi sembra molto più leggero e per l'estate è sicuramente meglio...con sto caldo ci vogliono ricettine fresche e leggere! :-D
ti mando un bacione

Simona Carini

Grazie, Aurore.

Ciao Ago. La mia version e' decisamente piu' leggera dell'originale e concordo sulla piacevolezza di mettere in tavola cibi freschi.

Spring vegetable

Insipiring stuffs and i love the best way you selected. Perfect combination of milk, fresh homemade chèvre and water. must admit that I like the shape and taste very much.

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