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December 04, 2012


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Your crostata is picture perfect. I make crostate frequently so thanks for the tip on using a combo of regular unbleached flour and cake flour.


What a lovely blog!Thanks for sharing this crostata!


i've never heard of this but it sounds wonderful. thanks for sharing!

julianaloh (@bilbaobab)

thanks for sharing! I lived in Treviso for two years but never had this crostata before! now i really miss Italy!

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It looks absolutely delicious! I hope to try it as soon as possible!

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