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Recipe For Saffron Pasta — 30 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing your experience and enticing recipe.

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    • thank you for the visit Paz 🙂

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  2. Hi Tandy – thanks so much for taking part in this very special Mingle. I have lost two very good friends to cancer – Christelle was only 29 and Peter was just 40. My dad was living with prostate cancer at the time of his death as well. Luckily I also know a couple of awesome and inspiring cancer survivors. It’s a hateful disease and I pray that a cure will be found in our lifetime. On a cheerier topic – I love this pasta! Saffron is such a fabulousy versatile spice, both in sweet and savoury dishes.

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    • It is so sad to watch someone young die from this disease – it is really an UNFAIR life event. Thank you so much for the compliment, and now you have inspired me to try saffron in a sweet dish as this is something I have never done 🙂

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  3. I have quite a few friens that had cancer or passed away due to cancer. My MIL is a breast cancer survivor. Luckily my family on my side has been clean, up to now, with the exception of my one uncle. His cancer is in remission at the moment. It is such a terrible disease.

    Lovely looking pasta!

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    • I can only hope you all are not touched by this disease!

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  4. Yeah.. Cancer is always sad to talk about. I guess most of us know someone who has lost the battle to cancer. 🙁

    Anyway!! On a lighter note, your pasta looks amazing! I’ve never thought of making my own pasta but I guess I could definitely give it a try! 🙂

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    • It is so easy to do, that you will find yourself making it over and over again 🙂

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  5. A touching post Tandy – interesting to know more about you through this. Barbara will be missed.

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    • thank you Sally 🙂

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  6. Yes, I also have had family members and friends die of cancer. Horrid disease. Good for you on the bone marrow donating. It’s something I’ve never considered. Your pasta looks great.

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    • They only take your bone marrow if they find a match which means I could never end up being an actual donor 🙂

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  7. Praying every day that we come up with a cure. your pasta is so bright yellow and delicious. Missed you as you are no longer in my wordpress reader.

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    • Hi BAM – you have to resubscribe – I need to go around to everyone and let them know, but I have had so many issues with the move to wordpress.org – miss you too 🙂

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  8. It´s touched us all in sme way I guess but last week a pal of mine here got the all clear from breast cancer after a tough year, so am feeling so happy for her. Yellow is such a positive, vibrant colour and your beautiful pasta reflects this 🙂

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    • I am happy for your friend too! It is such a gift to get the all clear 🙂

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  9. I love to make home-made pasta often. I never made saffron pasta before but I will from now on! 🙂 Yummmmmmmm!
    My mother has had ovarian cancer & had everything taken out & also has had radiotherapy a lot. Now, it has been over 5 years & she is cancer free at the moment.:)

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    • that is a blessing for your mom, I hope it stays that way Sophie 🙂

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  10. Lovely yellow pasta, Tandy. The markets in our are don’t carry saffron…to expensive for our small towns if guess.

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    • Luckily we get it here with ease as I love using saffron in my cooking 🙂

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  11. Sadly Tandy, I believe all families have been affected by cancer in one way or another – I too have had 2 grandparents pass from cancer, have an uncle who is fighting it at the moment and with a quick count both my hands are full with other family and friends who have succumbed to this dreadful dis.ease.
    Lovely idea to add saffron to your pasta. I must remember to do this next time I make pasta.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • it is such a sad thing to watch and see someone die from cancer – hugs to you xox

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  12. I’m sorry to hear of so much cancer in your family my friend, I hope soon it can be cured. I was officially allowed to donate blood when I turned 16 but being veg, I had iron deficiency. I’m looking for new ways to help and you are doing a fantastic job 🙂

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • Also I completely forgot to say that your pasta looks fantastic and definitely yellow 😀

      Cheers
      Choc Chip Uru

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      • thanks CCU 🙂

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    • An iron deficiency is easy to overcome – and good for you for donating blood 🙂

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  13. I love saffron – wish it wasn’t so expensive.

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    • I close my eyes when I buy it 🙂

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  14. Lovely yellow pasta, Tandy! I hope we all never have to deal with cancer again.. xx

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    • That is my wish for everyone Celia 🙂

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