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Old 02-01-2005, 08:42 AM   #11
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annamaria, i think we will all have to come over there and give it a taste test the next time you make an american dish. it sounds great!
and tell the pacchiane to get their dancin' shoes on...
Sure you may!
One girl wrote me asking if she could come too. She sent me one photo of her: as she does not look enough pacchiana and as she is not calabrese I had to tell her she can't come ( I am so sure you will not like her as she can't dance...).

I add the link of her photo. She was very upset...

http://www.monicabellucci.it/gallery...es/image48.htm

PS1: she reminds me someone but...
PS2:
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Old 02-01-2005, 04:59 PM   #12
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(with giant eyes, biting one knuckle, pounding self on the head with a shoe)

i think i could overlook the dancing part, lol.
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Your meal sounds very very good, Annamaria!

Remember, we Americans love our breads too!
Don't forget homemade yeast rolls with butter!

What is your most typical pasta recipe?
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Your meal sounds very very good, Annamaria!

Remember, we Americans love our breads too!
Don't forget homemade yeast rolls with butter!

What is your most typical pasta recipe?
Thank you a lot!
My friends like my lasagne with home made "besciamella". My children like my sugo with meatballs. The meat is a mix between pork and beef. I also use sausage meat. For 600 gr. of meat I add one egg, garlic, salt (few), pepper and much Parmggiano. I add little meatballs to the sugo with basil, a slice of a red pepper (the big one that we use to roast), oil, salt. I cook it for 3/4 hour. I generally use home made pasta like gnocchi.
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