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Comments On - Farinata


Sounds like an interesting recipe, I will need to give it a try.
Carl, Livermore, CA
Posted: 4/11/2012 10:47:47 AM
Ha! Yes, I toured a bit in southern Mexico and ate a lot of dishes with mysterious ingredients. I particularly remember the warm snacks wrapped in banana leaves that vendors would sell through the windows whenever the train would stop in some dinky whistle stop. Who knows what that stuff was, and you're right, we probably don't want to know.
Rick, Rapallo, YT
Posted: 12/24/2010 9:16:25 AM
Hi David,

Merry Christmas! Hope you are warm, happy and surrounded by family this season.

So, I ended up in Rapallo by accident. There was a computer game development company here that were fans of some of my computer games and for several years they offered me a job here. I finally accepted their offer to fly me over for an interview, thinking I was clever and would get a free week's vacation in Italy, never thinking I would ever accept the job. But, I fell in love with Italy instantly and a few days after arriving I actually got down on my knees and begged for the job.
Rick, Rapall, YT
Posted: 12/24/2010 9:12:38 AM
I do like to experience food from other countries. I've been throughout Central America and have eaten many mystery foods that I probably really don't want to know what's in them. Some were good and some were not, but the whole experience with the food, the eating establishment, and the people there has always been part of the experience for me. I've never eaten anything with garbanzo beans other than in salads. The farinata dish sounds fantastic as well as sitting by the warms stove on a cold rainy day.

Have a great farinata day.
David, Omaha, NE
Posted: 12/24/2010 5:08:18 AM
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