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June 22, 2012


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janet @ the taste space

What glorious teasers, Simona. You are a round-up Queen! Thanks for posting PPN!

Lori Lynn

There is not one dish here that I wouldn't love for dinner tonight!


Awesome hosting job, Simona - thanks so much! And thanks everyone for those very tasty pasta dishes. I didn't get to share - too busy to do more than defrost some eggplant lasagna of my own. Hopefully I'll do better next week.

Thanks again for sharing and I hope you all participate next week, too.


Just back from exercise and a pasta "bonanza" will be perfect for me :D

Thanks for the round up.

Simona Carini

Thank you all for your kind words: I am glad you enjoyed the roundup. Have a great weekend.


What a delicious round-up! I'm seriously hungry just looking at it!

A Canadian Foodie

Wowsers! I can tell our pasta is handmade. What is the other name for this pasta - it starts with an O... I have to wrack my brain, now. The avocado one looks amazing, too... and I love the idea of the teaser... so much nicer than just the photo and the line.
I am still enamored by how prolific your site it.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Joanne.

Hi Valerie. I believe you are referring to orecchiette. I have actually never made those, but we will reach Puglia at some point in our tour, so maybe that will be the right time for me to try.


Thank you so much for this great pasta collection, Simona.
I am impressed by the fantasy in mking different seasonig for it and love the way to re-new leftovers noodles! :-)

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Cinzia. I am glad you enjoyed the roundup.


What a fantastic round up!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Tandy. I am glad you enjoyed it.

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