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March 15, 2009


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Thank you Simona for this great roundup!! Lots of interesting and good-looking citrus-centered creations :) Looking forward to reproducing a few of them.


Wonderful lineup! Always learning something new from everyone.



Beautiful and very inspiring!I seriously did overlook the wonders of citrus,now I will definitely give it more thought,starting by giving those wondeful recipes a try! :) Grazie!

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Marta: it was a pleasure, as always.

You are so right, Paz.

Thanks, Mia, for the kind words. I am glad you find the collection inspiring.

Lori Lynn

What a refreshing round-up Simona!
I see that the thornless Mexican lime tree has lower yield, so I'm keeping the thorns and buying some sturdy gloves!


Pity I could not participate. All the recipes sound delicious.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Lori Lynn. I'd do the same.

Thanks, Ivy. Maybe you'll make next month's edition, if you like fennel.


Thank you, Simona, for a refreshing stroll through some recipes deliciously different from the lemon (love it as I do). Bergamot and citron are especially inviting. I've got a jar of bergamot marmalade in my fridge, waiting to be twisted open - wasn't easy to come by - from Italy, of course.

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Susan. I have actually never tasted bergamot marmalade and didn't even know it existed until I read about it in Lenny's blog.

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