RECIPE FROM GINNY AND FIAMMAThe pasta dough200 gr flour, plus a little more for dusting the pasta board, andc.Two eggsSaltHeap up the flour on a wooden pasta board, form a crater with well in the centre. Pour the eggs into the well, and add a pinch ofsalt. Using a fork, work the eggs into the flour, then knead the mass for at least twenty minutes euroeuro you may have to add moreflour as you knead. Wrap the resulting dough in plastic and let it stand for thirty minutes.Mezzelune filled with pears and gorgonzola cheese, topped with a pears-and-white- wine sauce 2 or 3 slices of white sandwich bread250 gr gorgonzola cheese3 pears2 fresh onionsParmigiano Reggiano (Parmesan cheese)2 tablespoons Extra Virgin olive oilSalt and PepperPeel and core one pear. Cut it into four segments and finely slice each one. Cook in a pan with a little water for ten to fifteenminutes until theyeurove become mushy. Let them cool. Mash the gorgonzola with a fork into very fine lumps. Add the cooked pearsto the gorgonzola, the sandwich slices (minced with electric blender), the Parmigiano Reggiano, salt and pepper to taste, andmix well.Using a rolling pin, roll the dough into thin sheets and out of these cut twenty circles about 5 cm in diameter. Place a tablespoonof the filling onto the centre of each and fold this in half to make twenty half-moon shapes.In a skillet, heat the olive oil with the minced onions and a sliced pear. Cook for ten minutes over medium heat until mushy. Adda glass of white wine and let it evaporate for about two minutes. Meanwhile, bring a large pot of water to a boil; add salt and themezzelune, cook until the pasta is just al dente. Drain and add to the skillet; saut all briefly over high heat so that the pastaabsorbs the flavours of the sauce. Transfer to a serving dish, and serve immediately, with ground Parmesan cheese on the side.