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Old 07-28-2011, 03:55 PM   #21
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You will love it here :) Great people and many good friends to be made.
I've only been a DC member for about a month now and I feel like it's my family away from home :)

P.S Do you have a good traditional Lasagna recipe that you don't mind sharing?
Sure, my fiancee comes from Modena, that is in Emilia-Romagna region, the homeland of lasagna (and parmigiano reggiano, traditional balsamic vinegar, tortellini and so on...), and next week I'm going down there, so I will write down their family recipe and post it in the forum. I'll send you a message.
I want to visit some acetaia too, where they create traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena, I mean the real stuff. I'll see if I can post something on that, too.
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Old 07-28-2011, 04:01 PM   #22
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Sure, my fiancee comes from Modena, that is in Emilia-Romagna region, the homeland of lasagna (and parmigiano reggiano, traditional balsamic vinegar, tortellini and so on...), and next week I'm going down there, so I will write down their family recipe and post it in the forum. I'll send you a message.
I want to visit some acetaia too, where they create traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena, I mean the real stuff. I'll see if I can post something on that, too.
Thank you so much!!! My kids and husband love lasagna too and it's my favourite comfort meal. I love balsamic and only buy Balsamic that is made in Modena, the best by far. I look forward to trying the recipe and other Italian dishes that you share on DC!
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omg! we seem to have a three-way war of the lambs shaping up shear. :) and i always thought lambs were such gentle, sacrificial creatures....welcome luca, to dc. it seems a number of us have fond bel paese recollections. my introduction to bel paese was so deliciously memorable that it has remained, along with port salut, my favorite cheese ever since. but they both needed to be paired with cheap white wine in order to make a perfect toast....
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Old 07-29-2011, 01:12 AM   #24
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Old 07-29-2011, 02:10 AM   #25
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omg! we seem to have a three-way war of the lambs shaping up shear. :) and i always thought lambs were such gentle, sacrificial creatures....welcome luca, to dc. it seems a number of us have fond bel paese recollections. my introduction to bel paese was so deliciously memorable that it has remained, along with port salut, my favorite cheese ever since. but they both needed to be paired with cheap white wine in order to make a perfect toast....
Cheap white wine? Never drink a wine that you pay less than 15 euros a bottle
And lambs are very good indeed, especially barbecued
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I've been reading your intro post and all the subsequent posts. What an entrance! Welcome to DC.
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Old 07-29-2011, 02:13 AM   #27
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Old 07-29-2011, 02:16 AM   #28
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I've been reading your intro post and all the subsequent posts. What an entrance! Welcome to DC.
Thanks!
I must say I envy your weird name, purple.alien.giraffe
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I must say I envy your weird name, purple.alien.giraffe
It seems to be a hit around here although you're welcome to use PAG or Jess for short. It is pretty long to type.
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Old 07-29-2011, 03:48 AM   #30
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omg! we seem to have a three-way war of the lambs shaping up shear. :) and i always thought lambs were such gentle, sacrificial creatures....welcome luca, to dc. it seems a number of us have fond bel paese recollections. my introduction to bel paese was so deliciously memorable that it has remained, along with port salut, my favorite cheese ever since. but they both needed to be paired with cheap white wine in order to make a perfect toast....
SA Lamb wins hands down :P No contest!
Nothing like a good Karoo Lamb!
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