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Comments

Ivonne

Angelika,

What an incredible dedication! How beautiful that in life we can meet these special friends and share such special food for them.

I'm sorry that you were not able to share the recipe! I too like to always share a recipe but I really appreciate you putting aside your own desire for the event.

And your comment about the measurements is very interesting. You are right. Hopefully there will be a European version with units you don't have to translate the equivalent for.

Your spaghetti tart is beautiful! Thank you so much for taking part ... mille grazie!

Sue Vancil

Angelika,
What a beautiful dedication! I know how much you and Herbert have enjoyed your time in Italy. I agree with you that Aunty H is a very special person! The two of you look so happy and beautiful in that picture! Very nice post!

Auntly H

Oh! I have no words! Thank you so very much, my dear friend.

I can almost taste it from here....

MyKitchenInHalfCups

Oh Angelika this is simply beautiful. I am so glad that I got to meet the lovely Aunty H when we were there.
I am for sure with you on the measurement thing. I just have to think that with the food blogging community screaming like it is there will come a time when all the books printed will have more forms of measurements in them. I'm trying to do more as I make some recipes, I guess my goal is to make more efforts to measure my cups on my scale and write up recipes with both.
Fantastic dedication! Once again I am so grateful for the internet.

joey

A beautiful dedication Angelika! All of us who consider ourselves your friends are lucky to have you :) You are such a positive force!

That spaghetti tart looks interesting and delicious!

barbara

That was a wonderful story of friendship Angelika.

Paz

Wonderful post as usual. I love the looks of your Sphagetti tart, even if it part of it landed on the counter when you flipped it. LOL! ;-)))

Bussi,
Paz

kel @ Green Olive Tree

Hi Angelika, what an amazing project. You must have had loads of fun. I'm in another part of the old continent now...Amsterdam!

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