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March 18, 2014


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...volevo solo dirti che sei proprio brava a fare la pasta a mano! Ti abbraccio


I DO see an orecchiette in the sky! :-D
Nice new layout! :-)

Claudia ~ Food with a View

Beautiful pictures, Simona! I never tried handmade (wholegrain) orecchiette but I would love to give it a try some day.

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

A new version of orecchiette. I may be dumb but they look like... orecchiette to me.

Simona Carini

Grazie, Lucia :)

Thank you, Paz. Glad you like the new layout.

Thank you, Claudia. I hope you give orecchiette a try. A bit of patience is required but the result is quite satisfying.

It's not you, Frank, it's me not being completely clear. There is nothing new about the shape, but I made them with a non-traditional mix of flour. Details in this post.

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