Orecchiette, tomatoes (pomodorini) and feta cheese

Orecchiette, tomatoes (pomodorini) and feta cheese.

Orecchiette is a concave disk shape pasta typical of my region. YEs in italy we have more than 150 shapes of pasta.

I’m very happy about this light but tasty lunch break.

I’m also very happy about my sketching. Enough details, enough significant and 20 minutes spent in a wonderful way.


Recipe for this tasty, all italian, light meal. No Cooking just assembling. Easy

Pomodorini (small cherry tomatoes)
Feta Cheese
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Salt&Pepper as desired
Hot Chili Pepper. Mandatory for me.

Boil pasta as your taste in salted water. Cut the cherry tomatoes in four parts, the feta cheese and add to the pasta. Season everything with salt, pepper, EVO oil, and chili pepper for me.


Thanks to my pocket Winsor and Newton Jewel box, Stillman&Birn Pocket Sketchbook and my faithful Lamy.


Also thanks to my wife.

2 Replies to “Orecchiette, tomatoes (pomodorini) and feta cheese”

  1. Thanks for the sketch and the recipe! Orecchiette means “little ear,” right? I love how pasta shapes are named for what they look like! 🙂

    – Tina

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