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June 22, 2005

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Muenchen Restaurant

Italian pasta and they are all very simple. In general, pasta or noodles should be cooked in lightly salted water for 10-20 minutes (cooking time depends largely on the type of flour used and the type of products). Salt is not necessary, that replaces the spices. By the way, can be eaten without cooking, washing it down with something. In any case, no cooking is allowed in the dining room. Macaroni Just be opaque (white) and soft.

Janet File

Other people probably don't know that grape tomatoes can be used in place of cherry tomatoes. I think they could use your recipe. In cooking, it's good to do some experiments! It would be nice to explore many recipes and mix them together. By doing this, one can also learn a lesson just like what you experienced in draining the pasta.

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