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April 03, 2016


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Franci Carloni

Non sapevo avessi dei parenti croati! Grazie a voi sto scoprendo tantissime ricette deliziose, ma i cevapcici resteranno sempre nel mio cuore!
grazie Simona!

Simona Carini

Prego, Francesca. Sono rimasta piacevolmente sorpresa dal successo che hanno ottenuto qui da me.


These looks really tasty. I've had something like these before and wasn't wowed by them. But reading this recipe now, I'm thinking the ones I tried (in a restaurant) were just poorly made.

Simona Carini

They were a big hit here, Frank. Besides the quality and freshness of the meat, I think the trick is to have a balance of the flavoring ingredients. Let me know if you give them a try.

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