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June 14, 2012

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Vale

avevo completamente dimenticato questo modo di preparare il cavolfiore... però mi son tornati in mente l'odore dell'aglio e dell'alloro che sfrigolano

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prendo l'url per l'Abbecedario

grazie

Simona Carini

Prego, Vale. Mi fa piacere che il mio post abbia risvegliato buoni ricordi.

Katie

I love those photos! You were such a cutie :-)
Also love the cauliflower.... simple. Bookmarked for winter (when I start buying vegetables again)

Ivy

Beautiful old photos. Love cauliflower and wish my children did too, as they hate the smell and don't want me cooking it.

Simona Carini

Thanks Katie.

Ciao Ivy. I am not a good judge here, since the smell of cauliflower does not bother me at all. And the wine in this dish tones it down.

brii

Che belle le foto della piccola Simona.
Mi piace moltissimo il cavolfiore e così non l'avevo mai preparato.
Rimedierò!
baciusss
brii

Aiuolik

Ecco l'ultimo tassello della nostra tappa in Abruzzo, la pagina dell'Abbecedario con tutti i contributi: http://abcincucina.blogspot.com.es/2012/06/l-come-laquila.html!

Grazie per aver partecipato e speriamo che anche in Basilicata ci sia tutta questa affluenza!!!
Aiu'

Simona Carini

Ciao Brii. Ero molto carina da bambina ;) Il cavolfiore mi e' piaciuto davvero. Fammi sapere se le prepari.

Grazie a te Aioulik, per l'organizzazione perfetta.

Paz

Oh, such a cutie pie! I like this cauliflower recipe!

Lori Lynn

Adorable pics.
Cauliflower sounds mighty tasty too.
LL

Simona Carini

Thank you, Paz and Lori Lynn.

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