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Momma C

Suzanne, They look fabulous. After our Thanksgiving in Ascoli, I thought I'd never have these again unless we returned to Le Marche. I am definately going to try these as part of our Thanksgiving antipasto. thanks, Suz!


Piazza del Popolo was my favorite! Your pictures look great. Thanks for this recipe; I can't wait to try making them.

Momma C

Made these today. A little more time than I usually spend to cook but so worth it. It's Sunday and snowy outside so a great day to try this. They were really very, very good. So perfect as an appetizer. I would never have thought I could make these. Thanks again, Suz.


Ma, Im going to make you my official recipe tester. Glad they came out well!


Can anyone tell me where I can purchase olives from Ascoli on line? My mother-in-law is from Ascoli Pinceno and I want to get some of her native olives. Can anyone help me?


Yes me too! Where can I get the ascoli olive? I have a Lydia B.
Recipe for chicken that uses them and I can't get them . I used ordinary very salty
Green olives and it still was very good. When next I do it I want the
High end ingredient. I live near San Francisco and I have been to
Every place near me. Can I find them online?

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