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WOW! I'm speechless .. that's just ... wow ...


delicious yummyyyy..
looks very yumy..




This is extreme pasta!


I am in awe.


Gee, I don't know if I have it in me to arrange all that ziti. I made a risotto one the other night, if you're interested in taking a peek:


wow wow wow you crazy girl!


Was it The Top One Hundred Pasta Sauces by Diane Seed? I have it, love it, and tend to use it whenever I want a simple vegetable-based pasta dish - although there are some lovely tuna and beef recipes in there, too. Let me know if there's a particular recipe you want and I'll be happy to send it to you.

Although you might not need it, of course - your timballe looks amazing without the help of the book!


Karen - the risotto one sure looks good, and possibly less fiddly. I'll have to try it as I really love the look of the crust!
Karin - It IS the book. I just had a look on amazon. That really is a greeat book dont you think. There are a number of cookbooks that vanished into the ether when I moved to Oz and that is one I sure miss.


Bravo, Lyn! This beehive-shaped beauty brings to mind the "timpano" (I think it's called) from the movie "Big Night" ... Yours looks better, though!

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