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September 09, 2007


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I liked this post Simona. It made me think that without the sounds and smells coming out of the kitchen while the food is being prepared, half the experience of dining is gone. The anticipation is a big part of the experience.I'll have to try these novels you mention.


Sono Paz. ;-) Oh, I love this recipe. What wonderful buys you made at the farmer's market. What a wonderful dish you prepared.



Mm - I enjoyed roasted peppers for lunch...what a coincidence!

Simona Carini

Thank Maryann. Let me know if you try reading Camilleri and if so, whether you liked him.

Thanks Paz. Those peppers were indeed yummy.

Hi Kevin. Indeed, what a coincidence.


Indeed we wrote about the same vegetable ^_^
I love bell peppers, and this recipe is my favourite!
Simple, preciuos ingredients: you don't need more! ^_^

Simona Carini

I agree: peppers have so much flavor of their own.


For anyone who says they don't like peppers, roasting is key to persuading a better opinion. Their flavor mellows, but is more nuanced. For me, this is a colorful, irresistible dish.

Simona Carini

I totally agree, Susan: irresistible is the right word here.


What a lovely blog! I'm really sorry I just found out about the novel food idea today - I would have loved to participate! I guess I'll have to content myself with reading the blogroll and searching out some of these books to read.
Thanks, sara

Simona Carini

Hello Sara and welcome. There will be a next time.

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