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October 16, 2009


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10 rainy days in Palermo, stuck in a kitchen with food fanatic family members-Sounds absolutely divine!!!
Great blog post!

Faith Kramer

found you through your listing in the foodie blog roll

thanks for sharing your trip, family and food with us!


Pasta with sardines brings back memories of one of my father's favorite dishes. It also became one of mine. How great to have spent so many days with family who all love to cook.

Paula Aiello

Sardine sandwiches. My dad would eat one for a "spuntino" (snack) when nothing else was around.

I've never had them on pasta .. I wonder why? All the old people in my family fished sardines and/or worked in the sardine canneries .. maybe they just had had enough of them! Anyway ... gotta try it.

Angelo Truncale

Anchovies are so flavorful. My dad, from Sicily, used to tell the story about a poor family that would tack an anchovy to the wall and they would rub bread on it to make a tasty meal. Sounds about right

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