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December 10, 2007

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A scientist in the kitchen

Lovely harvests this week! Can't wait to go through all the posts. Thanks.

Katie

Wow! Big round-up...Great job!
As always...so much delicious food; so little time!

Bellini Valli

What a great line-up Simona! Thanks for hosting!!!

Peter

A great roundup and surprisingly lighter fare for this time of year. I'm sure we'll all lay out our heartier dishes nearer to the holidays.

Helene

Great round up and fabulous jobs. Will have to stop by once and a while to read all these recipes. Meanwhile have a nice time and enjoy all the family hours around Christmas!!:))

Kevin

Great roundup!

Susan

Thank you, Simona, for hosting this fine feast of December!
I hardly know where to click and eat first.

Kalyn

Great job on this! As you know I've been very busy with Menu for Hope, but tonight when I get home I'll look forward to reading the entries I've missed. Thanks do much for hosting.

gwen

i love it! thanks for hosting... cheers, gwen

bee

thank, you, simona, for a wonderful effort.

Patricia Scarpin

What a wonderful round up, Simona!

Ramona

Thank you for hosting Simona. There are some very inspiring recipies. In fact, I've got a cake very similar to one listed here...see next week's WHB!

Simona

Thanks everybody for the kind words. It was a great pleasure to interact with all of you, and fun to receive so many wonderful entries.

Maryann

Wow..what a roundup of great food!

Ruth

Wonderful roundup. Thanks for putting it all together.

Christine

Very nice roundup, Simona. I really like the thumbnails that accompany each entry. Good job!

Paz

Awesome line up!

Paz

Miri

What a great line up! I have my day cut out now, checking all those wonderful recipes!

Peter

"Borscht"? What dialect of Italian is that?
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Simona

Thanks everybody. I am glad you are all enjoying the roundup.

Hi Peter: in Italian it would be minestra di barbabietole.

Susan from Food Blogga

What thoughtfully crafted descriptions you wrote, Simona. Truly delicious round-up.

swirlingnotions

Woops . . . I just scrolled down too far and wrote a rave for the roundup on your bread post ;-). So, again, fabulous job, Simona -- thank you!

Gretchen Noelle

Wow Simona there are so many great entries this week, thank you so much for your hard work! They all look terrific and I hope to get a chance to look through them all soon! Again, thank you!

Pepy

Thank you Simona...
Great job!

Simona

Thanks everybody: I am so glad you enjoyed the roundup.

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