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Tomato, Avocado and Mozzarella Pasta, and the Art of the Question — 11 Comments

  1. I am always entertained when I visit your blog. 🙂 This salad looks so colourful. I wish to make my own wine, grape or anything else. Your rosé sounds perfect chilled and enjoyed with spicy food since you said that it was a sweeter style.

  2. Haha, now *there’s* a reply! Thank you for saying more than “grapes” 😉 And a big thank you for the kind words. 🙂
    I know a little bit about wine (college time well spent–and how many college courses have a “for dummies” book as the textbook?), but I can’t say I’m too familiar with the delicate flavors of 6432, though. 😉 Really, I know just enough to know that I enjoy it and find it interesting. Like I never would have imagined making wine from anything other than grapes (or that there’s a mobile distiller)…but now that I think about it, it sounds intriguing.
    Thanks again for the response and I hope you keep posting more about this year’s batch! 🙂

  3. Katie, I wouldn’t know rose from a rose bush — to me, wine is wine (awful, I know, but I’m slightly allergic so don’t drink, though I do cook with wine). But I do know that this pasta dish looks delicious!

  4. Wow, this is really really nice!! I’ll skip the sausages, but the remaining trio looks so good together..its like things are right there and we don’t see them sometimes!
    loved your pasta!

  5. Nora, you are absolutley righ! It does go well with spicy and (don’t tell anyone) with ice and Perrier on a hot afternoon!
    Thanks, Anh, and thankfully it’s working so it will actually BE wine!
    Ahhh, Tanna, you know how I like pretty food!
    Mike, you mustn’t have grown up in a small, farm town… Those people (us people) make wine out of anything! I’ll keep you posted!
    Lydia, poor you! Allergic! On the other hand, there’s a whole bunch of empty calories you’re not consuming…I’ll drink yours
    Mansi, just as good without the sausages…but not for mon mari..

  6. Time to laugh my ars off.
    I love rose and will drink it with about anything.
    I’m not as fond of dry wines but they do in a pinch, and better to cook with usually.
    The pasta looks great.

  7. Great post. And thanks for sharing with Presto Pasta Nights. As for it being another salad…one can never have too many and with the weather doing it’s strange thing (we actually hit 28 the other day), one never knows when “summer” will hit.

  8. Sue, if you ever find your way to this neck of the woods we have about 250 litres in need of drinking… I’m loosing ground…
    Susan, ah well, just have more pasta…. I’ll help your husband finish the wine..
    Ruth, we’ve had the best weather of the summer this September…