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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Wordless Wednesdays; Italian Recipe Notes

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  1. Hi Louise, What a fun post! I love the pictures with the recipes. You must have an extensive collection of cook books. The Ravioli recipe is a good one. Have to add that to my collection of recipes. Thanks for sharing...Blessings, Dottie :)

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    1. Hi Dottie,

      I do have "a few" cookbooks in my collection. And some odds and ends like these "retro" recipe notes which I just love!

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  2. Hi Louise,
    This is a colourful post! Have not seen pictures like this in ages! Haha!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Will be bringing some pasta to the party very soon!

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    1. I don't know what year they are from Joyce but they are darling aren't they? Can't wait to see what you bring to the Pasta Party!

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  3. Okay, just heard about the pasta party. A pasta party is probably my most favorite party!

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    1. Oh No! Not to worry, Pam. It isn't too late to join in on the deliciousness!!!

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  4. I really love the graphics you share with us. The colors have just brighten this very gray day. I'll be at the party if I can, but there is a lot going on around here. Have a great week, Louise. Blessings...Mary.

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    1. Not to worry Mary. You can always join us for the round-up!

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  5. Really fun stuff! I love Wordless Wednesdays. ;-) And I really need to get moving on a pasta so I can join the party!

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    1. You still have time for the party John.

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  6. just read your post on the pasta party...i'll try to join..hopefully :)

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    1. I hope you can make it Lena. If not please be sure and check out the round-up. There's some really good stuff coming to the party!

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  7. What a cheerful post! The artwork is just right to set the mood. I want some of Barbara's butternut ravioli, please?

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    1. It was a fun post digging out those cards, Channon. Thanks...

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  8. what nice and fun.post Louise. I love this post! xo

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    1. Thanks Gloria. I'm so glad you like it:)

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  9. Those notecards are adorable, Louise. Are they yours?

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    1. Thanks Barbara, yes they are. Aren't they precious:)

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  10. Such a fun post! Love all these old recipe books that you share! Have a great day, Louise!

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  11. Louise , do I need to email you re pasta/noodle submission ? By the way , I love your penmanship :D

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    1. Thanks, Anne. My handwriting has changed dramatically through the years. I got you Pasta Party submission, thanks for joining the Pasta Party!

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  12. Louise, where did you dig out such colourful & stunning recipes from? They're a great collection!

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    1. Thanks Shirley. I have a variety of these kinds of notes. I really should use them more often though for actually mailing, lol...

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  13. I like this Wordless Wednesday, Louise! Very colorful. Thanks for your nice comments on my Wool Gathering post :-)

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    1. I enjoy Wordless Wednesday's also Tina:)

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  14. Bellissimo! I love this post and the retro photos and writings are just so funny!

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    1. I'm delighted you enjoyed it Alida. It was a fun post to do:)

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  15. Italian food is a rich part of our American immigrant fabric- Italian food is soulful and real. Love this post.

    Velva

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  16. me too! =P
    When am I not craving pasta? ;)
    Yeah Pasta month!

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  17. One of my daughters has a friend whose grandparents immigrated from Italy - the girl speaks the language - and she was puzzled when she saw me making spaghetti sauce with cans one night. I told her she was welcome to stay for dinner, but to be aware that I'm as far from Italian as one can get and still be of European extract, and I don't care that much for red sauce. She stayed, and said my sauce was good. I was pleased.

    Your cards are cute.

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    1. I've been using canned tomatoes to make tomato sauce for years, Marjie. It's all about the love:)

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  18. Hi Louise , I love this post , I love your wordless Wednesdays they have so much information in them , I am catching up and hope to be in full force by Monday , should have my recipe for the Pasta Party by Monday thanks for sharing :). PS: I posted a thank you note for all my friends .

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    1. Thanks, Nee. I look forward to Wordless Wednesdays too:)

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  19. What a fun and very colorful post:) Loved it.

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  20. Hi Louise, great posting. I love those colorful pictures, beautiful!

    Best regards.

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Through this wide opened gate,
none came to early,
none returned to late.

Thanks for dropping in...Louise