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June 11, 2013


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Beautiful design and great looking pasta dough! Looking forward to the naming of your secret pasta shape!


I can't even begin to guess what shape this lovely snake will be turned into! What a great photo.

Simona Carini

Thanks Lynne. This is a tough one and I may need some time to work it out, but it's fun, as always.

Thank you, Elizabeth. It is not widely known. In fact, I just recently learned about it.

Lori Lynn

Now that is a really cool shot!
Can't wait to see the pasta...


Now this is one snake I'd like to get to know!


This DOES look like a snake, indeed! :-)

Simona Carini

Thanks Lori Lynn!

Ciao Frank. Hopefully soon: I wish I had more info to use to improve my technique.

Ciao Paz. Glad you like the photo.

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