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Magia Del Maurizio

Maurizio worked his magic again tonight and magic it was... The food was superb and the company fantastic. Thanks so much S and S for having us. Sorry we couldn't stay long cos I've got to be up by 5am tomorrow! Next one's at my place and I'll be cooking! Il mio amico Maurizio, you're invited too!


if u are cooking.. don't forget to invite me..hahaha
Vixennova said…
I love that chocolate pudding. WHat's it called again? ladies' pudding? ladies' favourite is it?

Beautifully done.
Eleanor said…
Hello AB - more details on the food and menu please please! Thank yous. E.
Bruneian said…
Food? count me in :) hehehe
AnakBrunei said…
E, it was a simple and elegant meal. The menu as follows:

Starter: Eggplant stuffed with cheese

Mains: Grilled tiger prawns with beef tenderloin or Chicken breast stuffed with spinach and mushroom

Dessert: VN, its called Mary's Chocolate Souffle, a secret family recipe of Maurizio's missus heheh. Its absolutely gorgeous and I walloped mine in record time!
AnakBrunei said…
Oh, the meal was topped off very nicely with a very nice Margaret River Red called Devil's Lair. Unfortunately I missed that part cos I had to leave early heheh...
Vixennova said…
Mary's Chocolate Souffle! Oh my, I was so far off.

I've tasted it at Portview, heavenly.
Eleanor said…
Wonderful! The mains all sound terrific... Thank you. E.

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