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November 02, 2012


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Wonderful roundup. Thanks so much Simona, for being such an awesome PPNer!


Terrific roundup Simona - love how every dish is a different type of pasta!


Thank you for the round up! I will miss this event.


It's amazing how versatile pasta can be. After 288 events I never seize to be amazed with the originality of certain dishes. I am really sorry it will end.

Alicia (foodycat)

Thanks for hosting, Simona!


A great round-up, Simona! I love, love, love the versatility of pasta and the creativity that goes into each recipe. I am a bit sad that we are slowly approaching the end of this event, as I truly enjoyed it throughout the years (well before I started blogging myself:)

Simona Carini

Thank you so much, everybody, for the kind words not only for myself but especially for Presto Pasta Nights. And thank you for making my last hosting a beautiful one. Ruth, I'll do my best to participate in the farewell edition.


Thank you Simona for being our host this week! I love all the recipes and I think I will try out your recipe for the trofiette very soon :)

A Canadian Foodie

Nothing better than the handmade version!

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Marija. Let me know if you do try to make the trofiette.

Ciao Valerie. I agree!

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