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February 28, 2009


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that is spectacular, especially because you made it yourself.


Wow! This is AWESOME! As are all the foods you make. ;-)



e ci credo che non potevi aspettare...è bellissimo e perfetto! bravissima


Fantastic :) Great picture, and amazing-looking homemade cheese!!!!!!


this looks amazing!


ehiiii, ma è splendido........ma sei una provetta ..??? formaggiora?...nooo brutto.....
casearia ?...un po' meglio ;-))) complimentiiiiii!!


That's a wonderful photo! I love the mirror effect on the knife.

I so admire your cheese-making ability. How did this one turn out? I can only imagine, from seeing it, that it's delicious . . .

Simona Carini

Thanks, Bee. I am so excited to have a nice photo to submit. And this was so serendipitous.

Thanks, Paz, for your kind words.

Grazie, Lo.

Thanks, Marta. I must say I am quite happy about it.

Thanks, Ms Gourmet.

Grazie, Astro. Dilettante, direi, ma appassionata.

Thanks, Lisa. The cheese is good, delicate in flavor, quite versatile. I am still learning, and there is room for improvement.


Lovely click but most of all I am amazed by your cheese making abilities. It looks great.

Lori Lynn

The cheese looks fabulous! Love that knife reflection. Great capture.

Susan from Food Blogga

You made that? So how is the drive from San Diego to your house? ;)

That looks wonderful, Simona. Hope you're doing well.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Ivy.

Thanks, Lori Lynn. It was quite serendipitous.

I did, Susan. Longish drive, but pleasant. Or a short flight. Cheese making experiments are ongoing.


I'm one of the lucky ones who gets to sample Simona's cheeses and this one is the best one yet. Well done, my dear!

Simona Carini

Thanks, Christine. I'll certainly make it again.

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