Windowpane Pasta for a Celebration!

Today I’m doing something a little different here. I was invited along with four other bloggers to guest post over at my friend Lori Lynn’s beautiful blog in celebration of her 5th anniversary.
If you haven’t discovered Taste With The Eyes, you’re missing out on something extraordinary. Her warm and friendly blog showcases amazing food and photography beyond the norm!

Today I’m featuring on her blog the technique of making
Windowpane Pasta, sometimes referred to as Stained Glass or Silhouette, it’s a very simple way of transforming plain pasta sheets into something beautiful and very impressive!

I’m giving you the complete instructions for this technique today in my guest post, so please head over HERE.

If you’re a regular reader of mine you’ll know I don’t do anything too complicated, trust me, this is so easy to make, you’ll be amazed and impressed with yourself and so will your friends and family!
When you go over and visit I’ll also tell you two different ways that I like to serve this. So please, check out my guest post and share in celebrating my friends 5th year of Taste With The Eyes!

Speaking of 5 years, my fifth year anniversary is coming up in a couple of weeks, hard to believe, but it’s true. Time sure fly’s when you’re having fun! So stay tuned for my future celebration and a giveaway!

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  1. I remember when you first made this beautiful pasta on your blog, Marie! I will go over to Lori Lynn’s blog to congratulate her on 5 years of blogging. I will also be approaching that same anniversary this year. I think I started blogging a few months after you you 🙂

  2. Thank you so much Marie! For your kind words, and your fabulous contribution to the 5 year celebration. This windowpane pasta is fantastic! And you make it sound so easy, and I trust you that it is. Homemade pasta is now on the menu for my next dinner party.

    Congratulations to YOU too! Cinco años, cinq ans, cinque anni! We ARE having fun. Best wishes for continued deliciousness my friend!

  3. This is stunning Marie. I can just imagine the Oohs and ahs when this reaches the table.

  4. What an incredibly good idea and the final dish looks amazing.

  5. Congrats to Lori Lynn, I am heading over to visit. Looks fantastic so far. xo

  6. Marie, this is probably the most beautiful pasta I’ve ever seen (and you probably have even more on your blog that I have missed!). Gorgeous presentation and I enjoyed your post on LL’s!

  7. I concur with all comments about this beautiful pasta. I am in awe Marie! Absolute stunning-bellisimo!

  8. Marie, this way cool! Can’t wait to bust out the pasta machine, raid the herb garden on the porch and surprise my wife! Thanks!

  9. You did a great job selecting a dish that is elegant and appropriate for LL’s blog. I love it!

  10. So beautiful!

  11. Oh that looks beautiful!

  12. This pasta is truly lovely.

  13. Stunning!

    A friend sent me a link to one of the posts on your blog, and I’m hooked! I’m adding you to my blogroll right now. 🙂


  14. these are beautiful!

  15. This is stunning!
    I can’t wait to perfect my pasta-making enough to attempt this. Really, really can’t wait.