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February 04, 2009


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Bellissima raccolta, ricca di ricette interesanti che ruotano intorno a questa verdura dalle mille virtù: complimenti.


I thought I'd mention that I have just read a recipe in Andrea Camilleri's "August Heat" that sounds simple enough for me to try:

"Adelina had made pappanozza for him. Onions and potatoes boiled a long time and mashed with the back of a fork until they blend together. Seasoning: olive oil, a hint of vinegar, salt, and freshly ground black pepper. It was all he ate. He wanted to keep to light food."
Detectives Beyond Borders
"Because Murder Is More Fun Away From Home"


Thanks for hosting this great event in celebration of the cabbage. I think I just may try that cabbage curry above this week. And now to scout around the market for some citrus for next month's event.


grazie Simona...un ottimo lavoro e una raccolta utilissima! a presto :)


Thank you so much, Simona, for such a wonderful roundup! I'm really amazed by the variety of wonderful recipes that came out with cabbage as a theme.

Priya Sriram

Thats a wonderful round-up Simona!!
Great job!
I have to think about the next theme, guess surely will find out something.


Simona Carini

Grazie, Lenny.

Hi, Peter. Let me know if you try it. I love the word pappanozza.

You are welcome, Rachel. I am looking forward to your next contribution.

Prego, Lo.

You are welcome, Marta. As usual, it was great fun and indeed the recipes are all delicious.

You are welcome, Priya. Hope to have your contribution this month as well.

Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

Excellent round-up Simona. I especially like how you've laid out the page. I'm excited about the citrus round-up, I have a key lime tree that is dropping limes daily.


I like cabbage a LOT. Wonderful lineup of recipes.


Deepa Hari

Roundup looks great Simona...You have done a good job.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Lori Lynn. I wish I could help you with your limes ;)

I do too, Paz. Thanks!

Thanks, Deepa, I am glad you like what I did with the wonderful contributions.


Great round-up, Simona. I am sorry I missed it. I am very fond of cabbage. February will be a crazy blogging month for me (am just awakening from a protracted December holiday hangover), but I shall try my best to participate in the citrus event. I do have something in mind.


Che bei piatti. Simona, also this month I missed it. You are all so very good in keeping a good pass on your blogs, I am travelling a lot (I am in Italy travelling between Torino and Napoli) and sometimes it becomes really challenging to write on my blog and also follow blogs I like like yours... Does any of you have a good advice for me for doing better? Complication is that I am still "very Italian" and writing my blog in English often takes me more time than I can spend... I would love to have a better pass... Hi to all

Simona Carini

That would be wonderful, Susan. I have also a number of events lined up for this month.

Ciao Cinzia. Don't worry, I knew you were traveling. Traveling between Torino and Napoli is not a bad situation to be. I use Bloglines for my RSS feeds.


What a great event. I would love to join next time.

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