Sunday, November 26, 2006

UN INVITO A PRANZO



An unexpected invitation to lunch with Marco and Giovanna today. Here are trays of Giovanna's wonderful breads.

13 comments:

Liz said...

Oh, I love bread.

My heart runneth over... said...

I am still stuffed from Thanksgiving but that looks delicious... ~M

Steve said...

And so do I Liz. Is there something inside of the ones on the top picture?

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Hi, Liz. I love all kinds of bread, too. Steve, the ones on the top are filled with broccoli and spinach. The knobbly one in the pic below is a cheese bread and the others are filled with broccoli, tomatoes and onions and all kinds of lovely stuff!

Liz said...

My mouth is watering. They sound delicious.

June said...

Hi WL

I'm delighted to have found your blog...it brings sunshine and warmth to cold foggy Britain. I'm reading it from the beginning and looking forward to visiting regularly. Will put a link on mine too.

Steve said...

They do sound delecious, though I'm not a big fan of spinach.

Ellee said...

I thought I was looking at Cornish pasties here. What would the Sicilians make of them?

Ellee said...

I did comment on this yesterday. I was thinking that the top pic looked a little like Cornish pasties and wondered how they would go down in Sicily.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

I can assure you all that they are delicious! Sorry, Ellee, I didn't get your comment on this one yesterday. They do look like Cornish pasties, don't they? Maybe that's something I'll try out on my Sicilian friends and I'll let you know. They might find the meat in them a bit strange, I think.

james higham said...

Dear WL, you might like to check out blogfocus - it has a little piece on you right now. Yours, James Higham

http://nourishingobscurity.blogspot.com/2006/11/blogfocus-tuesday-lad-lass-lad-lass.html

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Caro James, Many thanks. I am finding your blog very interesting and entertaining and am learning a lot from it. Auguri, WL.

Ballpoint Wren said...

The ones filled with stuff look exactly like what they call "calzones" over here.

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