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February 13, 2008



wow! this looks great!

Stephanie Beack

Matt, it IS great. Give it a try and let me know how much you like it.


That looks great. I'm impressed you made your own pasta

White On Rice Couple

You are so correct about meyer lemons being "endlessly inspiring". We can't seem to get enough of them too. We have not tried them in a linguine dish yet. Thanks for the idea!

Stephanie Beack

Katie, once you get comfortable in the rhythm, it's really not that hard at all!

White on Rice Couple, welcome to Scrumptious Street! I hope you like them in your fresh pasta, I was conservative on what I used here for public consumption. In private, I like to add even more zest and juices in most cases!

Susan from Food Blogga

Oh, many thanks for another fabulous Meyer lemon dish. I have a plate full of the redolent beauties on my kitchen table. I'll be posting a kona fish with Meyer lemon sauce soon, and I'll link to this post. I'm glad I discovered your blog.

Stephanie Beack

Susan, welcome to Scrumptious Street. I too, am glad you found me! Hope you like this pasta dish, your kona fish dish also sounds intriguing. Let me know when it's up and I'll check it out. Thanks!


Fantastic job! I have to say I make pasta using the food processor, and the idea of kneading by hand is VERY intimidating...

your post is teasing me to go for it.... :-)

Stephanie Beack

Oh, Sally, it's definitely worth the effort. I found with my processor the pasta was just not that winning combination of toothsome but delicate. With this recipe, this time by hand, that's exactly what I had. It was delicious and the texture was eyes-rolling-sighing good. Don't let it intimidate you, it's actually very easy. Just try to keep your arms and shoulders relaxed as much as possible. That's the real challenge -- not tiring out before 10 minutes is up!

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