Better it tastes ten time better than the stuff in the store as well!
Homemade is heavenly.
'tis pretty! I still haven't checked out if my late granny's pasta maker works. It's somewhere in the basement and the mice scare me :)
PS how cool is this: http://tortelina.blogspot.com/2012/11/peciva-detelina.html
If I found the right picture with that bread like a sunflowers, that's very pretty.PS: I hate mice.
those are shamrock scones :) I tried to make them like that, with that lovely folding, and it's really fun. You have a translating gadget in the right sidebar there :)
Then I must not have looked at the right picture. I'll open to google again.
Nope, I had the wrong picture, somehow. Went back though and now I'm adding that blog to my Baker's & Cooks, blogroll.Thanks.
Hey Debra - how goes you today?
I'll take two bags, please =)
You got it.
Those look fantastic!!
Well done Whisk, I used to hate making fresh pasta when I was a chef and paid to do it too!
I miss my old job as a prep cook. We never made pasta though. Just boiled the bags of buyins. Hated that.
Thanks, but I still need practice.
Beautiful! I bet they taste yummy too.
Do you know, I never ate them. The pups did.
Wow! Beautiful. I love bowtie pasta ...
They look good!
Those are so pretty!
They were super fun to make.
They are super fun to make.