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January 04, 2015


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Alicia (foodycat)

I've had commercial versions of these, but yours look much nicer!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Alicia. They are fun to make and a pleasure to crunch :) Happy New Year!

Delaware Girl Eats

Simona -- I have never heard of these but they look good, and I can imagine whose kitchen you found the cookbook in :)


curiose queste fette biscottate che si aprono poi con la forchetta! ;)

Simona Carini

They are nice to put on the table with spreads, Cathy. It was during the retreat after LongHouse, so the house on the hill ;)

Ciao Lucia e Buon Anno. Usando la forchetta si ottiene un look naturale della superficie delle due meta'.

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