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Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Hi Jean - I'm so glad! You have some yummy-looking recipes on your site. Love the story about your great-grandmother's travels in a covered wagon. Amazing what our ancestors went through, just a few generations ago.

Jean at The Delightful Repast

Dawn, it's been a very long time since I made homemade noodles by hand. Just kind of forgot about it. Now I'm inspired!

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Hi Jill - thanks for your sweet comments. Im having fun on the FBF. :) See you on the net!



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hi dawn - these shots are lovely. i saw your post on food blog forum, giving advice to a new blogger about taking photos. i hadn't visited your site before. well done.

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Ino - your comment makes me so happy! I'm so glad it worked out for you. :)


I read that yesterday afternoon and made it for dinner. So easy, I couldn't believe it! Thank you so much for sharing it and making me have a go again, my last experience was painful - especially the next day, an hour of rolling is good exercise! But yours didn't take me more than 10 minutes and tasted brilliant. :)

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Melinda - hmmm... I'll have to give that chair idea a try. ;)

Draco - I'm so glad you like my photos. How great that your husband makes homemade pizza; he'll love making pasta.

Memoria - I'm envious of your KA attachment! It must make quick work of the pasta dough.


I love to make homemade pasta, especially now that I have the KA attachment. Yours look fantastic!


I like your pictures. We're planning on buying an attachment for the stand mixer, as my husband really wants to make homemade pasta. I do most of the cooking, but he loves to make his own pizza dough and sauce from scratch & has become very passionate about making pasta as well.

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Katie - I do hope you give it a try. Making homemade pasta is so rewarding! The most time-consuming part is rolling it out... you really need to roll, roll, roll to get it nice and thin. Its a workout, but its alsokind of meditative. ;)

Katie @ Cozydelicious

I have really been wanting to make homemade pasta but have been to wimpy because I don't have a fancy machine or attatchment - but your noodles look perfect and wonderful and you did it by hand! I am going to hav eto give it a shot too! Thanks!


Homemade pasta! Wow, good for you. My grandmother used to dry her on the back of chairs - now we have these nifty things called pasta hangers! We're so spoiled :)

Thanks for sharing!

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