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Matthew (FB) and his lovely bride who I believe are a wee bit Sicilian/Italian.
I was shooting with my favorite lense the 105mm. It is a nice portrait lense, I can be somewhat far from the subject and still get a clean shot.



I have put out the idea to Matthew and Jim to have Jim rest the day of the bash. Maybe next year the bake oven gets put to use with a live fire for a pizza bash. Jim and Matthew can make up the doughs and Lisie and I will prep all the toppings. It has been rather silent from Jim though!



Kate (the blonde with her back to us) was pulling the raffle tickets, Alfredo is showing off a shirt



Alfredo's son Vinny (another alias you know) won a bag of Farina


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Old 06-26-2007, 11:05 AM
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My blushing bride also won a bag of Farina - I think it is the first commercial product that she has received with her last name on it. She thinks that anything that has her name on it is hers. Unfortunately I was out of focus and I missed the kissing bandit kissing our host.



Matthew's Side-kick getting a packet of the treasured pizza flour. Each winner of the flour received a typed sheet on the FB letterhead that has the recipe for making pizza dough. There were extras for those that were not lucky enough to get a bag of flour.



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Old 06-26-2007, 11:38 AM
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JE,

Wow and many thanks for taking these. Rest? When, in my copious free time? The pizza idea is a good one for next year. We'll see what Matthew has to say about that. Still gotta have some bread, though. Repeat guests would revolt without Ancienne baguette and focaccia.

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Jim & JE,
It'll be my pleasure to spin some pies.

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Wow and many thanks for taking these. Rest? When, in my copious free time? The pizza idea is a good one for next year. We'll see what Matthew has to say about that. Still gotta have some bread, though. Repeat guests would revolt without Ancienne baguette and focaccia.

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Ah, but then Jim would need a round oven!
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I neglected to say -- great photos Patrick. Thanks.
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Old 06-27-2007, 10:41 AM
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James,

Okay, okay, already. How about a Modena Twister? Might as well start small .

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