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April 14, 2011

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Paula

Let's move to Puglia. All I need is a job there ....

Krista

I LOVE the Frittura Salentina!! Amazing how such tiny alterations - sparkling water, flavoring the frying oil - can make all the difference in the world. I'm so inspired. :-)

Corinne @ Gourmantic

I'm eyeing the Frittura Salentina! Sounds like a dish you can't put down when you start eating :)

Kathy

Paula - You read my mind :-)

Krista - You're so right. I liked also how she included apples in with all the vegetables.

Corinne - Looks like the Frittura is the popular dish here, too. They were certainly gobbled up quickly. I'm still dreaming of the lampascioni.

fabio

If you want the lampascioni recipe, here it is, on my italian Puglia blog: http://tinyurl.com/yfofv5e ;)

Frank

One of my great regrets in life is that we never made it down to Puglia while living in Italy. My father's father was from there and I always wanted to vlsit his town outside Bari. Ah well, I guess it's still not too late...

Kathy

Fabio - Thank you very much for the link. Your recipe looks good, too!

Frank - It's definitely not too late...go!

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