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June 22, 2008


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Nice round-up, partner! I liked the variety of novels/stories/poems and so forth that we had this time. Once again, I appreciate doing the event with you and everyone who took part. I love finding out about books I wasn't aware of before and being reminded of ones I want to reread. And, of course, there's the food...!


Thanks for the round up simona - great event that brings out some interesting inspiration for cooking - I enjoyed the challenge!


Great roundup as always. So many beautiful dishes and literary works to enjoy. Thanks for hosting!


Hooray! A great group of posts giving me more books and recipes to pursue. :)


Che interessante iniziativa: narrazioni e ricette tratte da esse:
Non vi può essere connubio più riuscito


Ditto, Lisa.

Thanks Johanna, I am glad you enjoyed participating.

I agree, Manuela. It is a pleasure to host this event.

Indeed, Ruhama, some homework for the summer, I guess.

Ciao Lenny. Davvero un connubio interessante.


Wonderful lineup. I'm sorry I couldn't participate this time around. Next time.



What a nice roundup and event, as always. :) - I'm sorry I'm not reading enough novels in this period of my life to ever find a decent inspiration!!!
I LOVE Camilleri, though, and 'caponatina'.. mmm... one of my favorite dishes on earth!!!


Hi Paz. Don't worry, there will be a next time.

Thanks Marta. You can use other published works, not only novels. In any case, yes, Camilleri is very good. I'll make caponata when we get together next.

Susan from Food Blogga

The last couple of novels I have read didn't really have any memorable food scenes. I hope some in the future do though. This is a great selection.


Ah, another delicious round-up of words with wonderful recipes. Sorry I missed it, but I will be the first in queue for the fall volume.


Thanks Susan. I am glad you enjoyed the roundup.

Looking forward to your fall entry, Susan.

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