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June 09, 2013


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Alicia (foodycat)

So beautiful! And so interesting about the printing.

Deb in Hawaii

Such a gorgeous pasta and a lovely soup. I love how you got to the pasta from the printing press--both are that blend of art and detailed precision. ;-) Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays this week.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Alicia.

Thank you, Deb. It's always a pleasure to participate.

diary of a tomato

Wonderful idea and results! I'm imagining a nasturtium leaf pesto to go on top...


How lovely! I've encountered (and made) maltagliati with parsley leaves, but the flower petals are even more beautiful.

Simona Carini

Ciao Debra. I had not thought of that yet, but now you got it into my head, so I am sure I'll give it a try.

Ciao Frank. Using parsley leaves is on my list. Their nice shape will look nice.


Che belli che sono!
Devono anche essere buonissimi, adoro la pasta fatta in casa ma non mi decido mai di provare a farla.
Troppo pigra pigrissima.

Simona Carini

Ma come fai a definirti pigra, se sei sempre in giro, in movimento, superattiva. Vedrai che prima o poi troverai l'ispirazione per provare a fare la pasta.


un mito Simona, sei un MITO!!!

Simona Carini

Grazie, Sandra. Mi fai arrossire. Diciamo che sono un'apprendista stregone abbastanza coraggioso. E mi piace l'idea di usare i fiori in cucina.

Lori Lynn

I like the name "badly cut." Ha!
Awesome pasta...


Bellissima idea! Qualche volta faccio la sfoglia come fai tu con all'interno prezzemolo o basilico, ma non avevo mai pensato ai fiori... Brava!

Simona Carini

I also like the name, Lori Lynn. Italians really have a knack for naming pasta.

Ciao Elena. Prova e poi fammi sapere.

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