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August 17, 2012


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A Canadian Foodie

I know this is not a contest - but YOU WIN! HOLY MOLY does your pasta SING Italy! MAMA-MIA!
The sauce adds the fragrance and the homemade pasta the substance!


Great roundup all. Lots of delicious pastas. And Simona - thanks so much for the gracious hosting job.


Great roundup!

Lori Lynn

I'd love to serve each and every one tonight. Your handmade maccheroni is over the top!


So many delicious pasta recipes in one post. Once the heat is gone pasta will be back in my kitchen!!!

Gluten Free Breakfast

To better wed the pasta to the sauce, put the sauce in a broad skillet and heat it while the pasta cooks. Drain the pasta when it's just shy of done and stir it into the skillet before the colander stops dripping completely.Gluten Free Breakfast


Great roundup. Each dish is super delicious and I would love to taste each one of them.

Simona Carini

Thank you so much, Valerie, for the vote of confidence. I must admit that I am getting into making various pasta shapes. I have always liked simple tomato sauce best on pasta, so the choice is pretty simple for me.

My pleasure, Ruth.

Thanks, Pam.

Thanks, Lori Lynn.

Hi Val. We are actually experiencing a cooler-than-usual summer, so a hot plate of pasta is welcome.

Thanks, Ivy.

Simona Carini

Thanks for the suggestion.

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