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If you were certain that you were an Italian in another life, I myself am a natural Italian. I love being a natural one. I was born and raised by my Italian parents. However, we traveled one time in an Asian country and found my heart there.

your daughter is sooo adorable. id like to learn how to make pastas and noodles the Italian way ..soon! xoxo

I am certain as well I was once an Italian myself! I have this love for Italian food.

Your daughter is a living doll; how fab this memory is! It simmers with fun, the way cooking should be~ Fun to see your daughter-in-law and the flirty chef, too~ Thank you for the recipe; sounds amazing!

I am SO envious of this! I would LOVE to visit that area and do a cooking class - lucky you! Thanks for sharing your recipe~ I will be trying it soon~
xx

Just wanted to come over and say Hi. You are missed. ox

Hi Lorraine ~

I keep checking back for
new posts.....Hope all is
well with you. Miss your
beautiful pictures!

xx Suzanne

Italian food is my favorite...and being I'm italian...I pretty much grew up on pasta, bread and olive oil. One of my favorites is gnocchi...I make them from scratch all time and my family loves it.

I have missed you! I hope all is beautiful in your life. Know that you are not forgotten. I think of you often. Your gentleness touches my soul. ox

I loved every beautiful picture.
I am sure that you and your family is making the best of the short Summers there in Utah.

OMG you took me back the infamous night in Cortona Italy when i wnet on a Michael de MIng workshop. HMMMM they found me later in the herb garden ( face down ...T ee HEEE.... explanation latter )But I still do remember the recip s I learned and still make them Ymmmy

Lorraine I had missed this post and so glad I popped over tonight. What a memory was made with your trip there. I loved every beautiful picture.
I am sure that you and your family is making the best of the short Summers there in Utah. I wish you a wonderful weekend friend.
hugs from here...

oh my... i have too may favorite dishes to count. My grandmother used to make everything from scratch and I used to love watching her make her own pasta! Every Christmas I still make pizzelle and it's just like we're sitting in the kitchen together again... I can remember the fragrances coming from her kitchen... wonderful memories.

what an amazing trip and experience for you and your daughter... memories to span a lifetime...

Lovely images ~ thank you for the recipe!!

Thanks for stopping by. I'm glad to have found your lovely blog.

i can't even imagine a better way to spend the day! Your dish sounds delicious!

Now that looks like fun...your daughter is adorable!!! and so are you! xoxo hugs

What special memories for life! Sounds like you had the best trip. And, there's nothing like learning some authentic Italian cooking - two young women that I had met years ago taught me a simple zucchini pasta dish and it has been one of my favourite meals ever since!

Hi Lorraine,

I loved that you shared your Italian holiday memories and photos with us. what a great time you must have had.
the photos of you, daughter and daughter in law are beautiful, all so gorgeous.
Thanks for sharing the recipe, you can't beat a lovely bowl of fresh pasta.

Happy week
Hugs
Carolyn

So glad you shared this! What a sweet memory, Lorraine. I love italian as well.......not sure about a recipe, but Italian seasoning in Irish pea soup, American chopped steak, and Italian lasagna....my husband's favorite. I use half ground beef and half Italian sausage in mine. Sweet weekend to you! XXOO
Ps~ they do grow too fast~ my baby's last day of Middle school is next week....where does the time go?

What a wonderful experience that trip must have been for you and Lulu. Imagine, learning to cook with an authentic Italian chef! Your recipe sounds yummy ~ I'll have to give it w try.
xo
jeanne

I have had troubles also to entry here but now it's working:)
I don't have any special favorite food from Italia but something from pasta of course:)
That must have been so special to cook with Italian chef in your holiday, how fun.
Have a nice weekend

I love Italian food..and I really thought you were Italian! :D

What fun memories and I agree your LuLu was and still is so cute!!! How could that chef NOT flirt with you girls???? Yum, might have to try that recipe :))

Oh m goodness what a fantastic experience!!!!!! That would be unbelievable to do! Italian food is by far my favorite.....must be why I happened to marry an Italian!!!!!! Wink wink!!!! Thank you so very much for posting this recipe, I will definitely be making it!
Darling pictures....your daughter is precious and I know it freaks me out how fast they grow!
xo,
LuLu

OHHH FINALLY! I came by twice last week and was not able to comment for the POST button was disabled!!! DEAREST, this looks like a great experience...and where else but Italy could you get not only PERFECT FOOD but a smiling chef to go with it....enjoy! Anita

I cannot post a comment here! Anita

I love the warmth and fun these photos provide.
I love to cook n' bake; it looks like a wonderful way to learn more about the culture.
YOUR daughter is a living doll; how fab this memory is! It simmers with fun, the way cooking should be~ Fun to see your daughter-in-law and the flirty chef, too~

Thank you for the recipe; sounds amazing!

Seems like a great time - I´m a bit envious! :-)

Oh how fun!!! You all look adorable in the kitchen too! (And of course he was a flirt ... he's Italian!) YUM!

Have a great weekend! Enjoy the sun (for the day!) ;)

Can't wait to try this recipe, it sounds delicious and looks easy-made just for me. Have a wonderful week-end.

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