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December 14, 2008


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What an interesting post. I'll bet the aroma in those stores is amazing! I love all types of sala-- er, salumi. :) The relief on the fountain is so great.

Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

Great topic Simona!

Susan from Food Blogga

This post brings me right back to my childhood in RI. We'd go to the Italian deli, and when they were slicing the salami, they'd always give you a slice to taste. Thanks for such an engaging post, Simona.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Lisa. It is indeed intoxicating, at least in my opinion.

Thanks, Lori Lynn.

And that single slice at the store remains as a cherished memory. Thanks for sharing it, Susan.

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