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June 21, 2011


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Ciao Simona!!! Grazie per la partecipazione anche questo mese alla nostra raccolta tin can recipes
La raccolta di giugno sarà on line il 25.

Devono essere squisite queste tagliatelle...poi fatte a mano, sei troppo brava!!!


What a delicious pasta dish!


I love the simplicity of this sauce! Just goes to show you that a bare minimum of ingredients is needed to make something delicious!


It really looks and sounds delicious. ;-)


sei proprio una donna da sposare....pure la pasta fatta in casa ti fai ^_______^ ti lascio il link per la tua raccolta, proprio ieri ho fatto questa pasta e mi sei venuta in mente, così finchè Alberto (marito) mangiava io son volata a fare le foto e ora ti posso lasciare il post....ciauzzzzzzzzzz

Tina Marie

This could become one of my favorites :-)

Simona Carini

Piacere mio, Ale. Devo dire che fare le tagliatelle mi diverte. E in famiglia le apprezzano ;)

Thanks, Val.

Ciao Joanne. I totally agree.

Thanks, Paz.

Ciao Marta. Pare che di mariti contenti ce ne siano due ;) Grazie infinite per il contributo. Quei bigoli sono bellissimi!

Thanks, Tina Marie. I am glad you like the recipe.


This could easily be my favourite pasta dish ever. It does not get much better than this. And you even made your own cheese!


I wouldn't have thought to pair fava with tomato sauce - but I think I love it!
BTW, I had the best, simplest pasta with tomato sauce I've ever eaten in Italy. There was nothing in it (that was obvious) other than tomatoes and I have no idea what made it so wonderful. I'm going to be working on that this summer - had to be fresh tomatoes... right?

Simona Carini

Ciao Caffettiera. Good pasta and a good tomato sauce: indeed, it doesn't get much better than this ;)

Ciao Katie. I'm curious to know how they made the sauce that impressed you so much. In the summer, fresh tomatoes are used and the flavor is indeed special. This is also how I like it: simple, all revolving around the tomatoes. Recently, I have developed a partiality for roasted tomatoes: this summer, I'll work more on that.

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