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  1. That filling sounds excellent. I like how it’s piped in nice and neatly.

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    • thanks Dan 🙂

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  4. I love fresh pasta but struggle to make filled shapes so really admire what you have done here. Must try harder!

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    • I hope you find the patience as they take long, but are so worth it in the end 🙂

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  6. This is the ravioli you were telling me about at Silwood 🙂 Looks wonderful and what a beautiful blog, I will definitely keep reading!

    All the best,

    Hayley

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    • thanks so much Hayley – off to read your blog now 🙂

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  7. Oh this does look yum! I have to make a pasta dish from scratch by the end of the month, so this looks like a contender 🙂 I’m only armed with a rolling pin though…no pasta machine…so am a little nervous…

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    • are you doing it for the mingle? Where do you stay?

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  8. Wow! really delicious. I love it because it is different from the usual filling, good job!

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    • thanks so much! I wanted to do something special for the mingle 🙂

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  9. Oh my word!!!! I can just imagine the flavours, drool…this is fine dining indeed, Tandy!!

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    • thanks Linda!

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  10. This looks delicious. Good idea.

    Shame you didn’t try boudin blanc, I can’t believe you wouldn’t have liked it if it were a good one. I adore it but sadly it’s only made fresh in my butcher’s before Christmas. Sometimes scented with ceps, sometimes with truffles. (Forget the supermarket ones) Divine. Also boudin noir which is truly fantastic! There are 2 butchers in my village and they each make a different one. Totally yummy. Only available in winter though.

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    • We saw the boudin noir but we were not convinced about either. I read in my Larousse it is a seasonal dish for Christmas. Next time we are in France we will be brave 🙂

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      • Definitely. (I’ll advise you on cooking ’em!)

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        • great! have a super Friday 🙂

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  11. Ooh I love your new pastry cutter and your ravioli sounds incredible and looks pretty with the sage on top.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • I am glad I wrote this post straight away as I nearly put the cutter in the dishwasher and it has to be hand washed 🙂

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  12. Wow. Beautifully presented, a new culinary height for you. Well done 🙂

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    • Thank you so much 🙂

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