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April 06, 2014

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Alicia

These sound so delicious! I am a bit daunted by the procedure, but I will try some plain ones first!

Paz

I think this is fun to make on a rainy day. I love your YouTube vids. So very helpful!

Terry

Ora ho scoperto che esiste pure quella tostata! La voglio! ;)
Stupende le tue orecchiette! Bravissima nel farle poi! :)

Sandra Pilacchi

stupende!

Marta

Simo questa è una vera e propria lezione di pasta fatta in casa, quel movimento con le tue mani sembra un gioco di prestigio, bravissima!!!
provo come mi hai consigliato tu su FB

Marta

ehhh alleluia ora so come fare …non avevo capito che il quadratino andava selezionato ^__^ con calma ma arrivo anch'io! e così ora ti lascio anche questo commento!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Alicia. Definitely try to make the regular ones first. Let me know if you do.

Thank you, Paz.

Grazie, Terry.

Grazie, Sandra.

Grazie, Marta. Di fatto e' divertente e vedere la fila di orecchiette che si allunga da' molta soddisfazione.
E grazie per la tua pazienza.

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