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March 23, 2008


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I love this event. Wonderful roundup! Thanks for putting it together.



Wonderful roundup, Simona. Thanks for hosting this novel event. And now I'm off to Lisa's for the second half :)


Great round-up, tonnes of new blogs out there to peruse and you've convinced me to pick up the Donna Leon book that's somehow made its way to the base of the bedside book pile.


These round-ups never fail to entertain and delight, Simona. Thanks for another first-rate effort of reading and feeding.


Ohmygoodness, this event is getting better and better! Loved the round up--great foods, pictures and book ideas. :)

Simona Carini

Thanks to all of you for your wonderful contributions!

Bellini Valli

I admire everyone's imagination and creativity in coming up with dishes for this event. Great turnout this time around as well:D


This looked like a great event! I am bummed I didn't get to it. I will have to keep an eye out for #4.

Simona Carini

Thanks Valli for the nice compliment.

Hi Chris. We will announce Novel Food #4 around May 20, so stay tuned.


Buon inizio settimana carissima.


A Star is born: The Novel Food Event! :)
Great, great contributions!
Well done to everybody!


simona, i just stumbled upon your mac.com site. what a special space it is!! love the pics and your articles.


Ciao Lenny, grazie.

Thanks fabdo. I am glad you liked the roundup.

Thanks Bee. You reminded me that I have been a bit remiss lately in posting photos there.

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