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Ditch every pasta recipe you’ve ever had and make this one instead!
I would love to travel to Italy! I’ve been dreaming about it for years, and I’ve read every single book about Italian cuisine and wine I’ve been able to get my hands on.
But even more than the food, I would love to experience the beauty of the Italian countryside. I’ve seen so many gorgeous photos and old movies that have made me long for those places I’ve never even been to. If someone asked me to move there right now, I would probably say yes without even thinking about it.
Since I haven’t gotten too many invitations (none, to be honest) and I don’t know anyone who lives there, I thought I should probably focus on the food instead. I’ve tried so many Italian dishes lately that I’ve lost count!
I have been saving all the recipes that turned out extra delish. This baked pasta with peas is one of them. We never have any leftovers when I’m making this!
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Quick Tip: Use any kind of pasta for this dish.