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May 02, 2011

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Paula

This is a wonderful selection of pix and sites. Varied and all enticing. Something for every occasion. I must have that artichoke lasagna!!

Mike Moyle

A really fun post! Thanks for doing this.

Alexandra

Thanks Kathy!! We didn't realize you compiled these yummy lists.
Our article on Carabaccia is by food writer and photographer @emikodavies, look up her beautiful blog for future posts!

Kathy

Thanks everyone for the comments!

Alexandra - You're very welcome. I love stories about the history of a dish. Yes, I'm aware of Emiko's blog, gorgeous photos and great stories. I've included several of her posts in previous weeks' Italy on a Plate roundups.

Esme

The antipasta looks just delicious. I wish I was sitting outside enjoying it now.

Jozee


I can make a complete meal out of the antipasta and a glass of wine.

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