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Excellent Mariel! Bravissimo!

wow! Really? I can't believe it! jajajaja!

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In the first picture, there´s a dish of ravioli, so,,, I will choose this. Well, to prepare ravioli, you have to boil it in water for a few minutes... until it is ready... in Spanish we say "al dente" but I dont know how can I say that in English. It means not rare and not well done. To cook the sauce you boil the tomatoes, then you have to drain it,  chop it into very small pieces and boil again with all kind of spices or condiments, This sauce is called filetto. When you serve the pasta, you have to drain it and put it in a serving dish with the sauce and a good amount of freshly grated cheese. Then... it's ready to eat and enjoy!

Thanks, Janeks! :)

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In the first pic, there´s a dish of ravioli, so,,, I will choose this. Well, to prepare ravioli, you have to boil it in water for a few minutes... untill they are ready... in spanish we say "al dente" but I dont know how can I say that in english. It means not rare and not well done. To cook the sauce you can boil the tomatoes, then you have to drain it, to chop into very small pieces and to cook again with all kind of species or condiments, This sauce is called filetto. When you go to serve the pasta, you have to get rid of the water, to put it into a source with the sauce and a good amount of freshly grated cheese. Then... to eat and Good Appetite!

Just excellent when am I coming to dinner.? Good luck,you are already an accomplished English student.

Hahahaha! Thanks, Norman... You're welcome to dinner when you want! Take care!

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Hello Marie,

Looking forward to dinner with you very soon.   I hope that you have seen my age.

Take care and I suggest that you do not reveal your e-mail address to anyone. Norman.

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In the first pic, there´s a dish of ravioli, so,,, I will choose this. Well, to prepare ravioli, you have to boil it in water for a few minutes... untill they are ready... in spanish we say "al dente" but I dont know how can I say that in english. It means not rare and not well done. To cook the sauce you can boil the tomatoes, then you have to drain it, to chop into very small pieces and to cook again with all kind of species or condiments, This sauce is called filetto. When you go to serve the pasta, you have to get rid of the water, to put it into a source with the sauce and a good amount of freshly grated cheese. Then... to eat and Good Appetite!

Al dente is used quite often in the English language these days....so well done to you, keep up the good work.

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In the first pic, there´s a dish of ravioli, so,,, I will choose this. Well, to prepare ravioli, you have to boil it in water for a few minutes... untill they are ready... in spanish we say "al dente" but I dont know how can I say that in english. It means not rare and not well done. To cook the sauce you can boil the tomatoes, then you have to drain it, to chop into very small pieces and to cook again with all kind of species or condiments, This sauce is called filetto. When you go to serve the pasta, you have to get rid of the water, to put it into a source with the sauce and a good amount of freshly grated cheese. Then... to eat and Good Appetite!

In the first picture there is a dish of ravioli, so, I will choose it. Well, to prepare ravioli you have to boil it in water for a few minutes until they are what we say in spanish "al dente", but I don't know how you say in english. It means not rare and not well done. To cook the sauce you boil the tomatoes, drain them, chop them into very small pieces and cook them again with all kinds of spices and/or condiments. This sauce is called filetto. To serve the pasta, you drain the pasta, put it in a source with the sauce and a good amount of freshly grated cheese. Then you eat and Good Appetite!

So, "al dente" is a cooking term and comes from the french which is translated in english as " to the tooth". This means the food is cooked, but still has a bite to it. The term is fairly universal.

Cuidate mi amiga, Kyle

VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVery nice correction from my friend! :) :) :).-

Thanks a lot, Kyle!