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September 22, 2009


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susan from food blogga

Whenever I hear "farmers cheese," I immediately think of Easter time, when my mom would buy it for many different dishes. You're so inspirational, Simona. Thanks for another wonderful post.


Your cheese sounds fantastic. It reminds me of halloumi, salty and squeeky and it definitely pairs well with fruit such as figs, melon, water melon, grapes etc.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Susan. An interesting connection. Easter for me is strongly associated with ricotta.

Hi Ivy. I remember reading about your experience making halloumi. I have actually never tasted it and I am very curious.


Ti ammiro per le tue sperimentazioni a tutto campo!
Ottimo l'abbinamento formaggio-fichi :))

Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

I like the Italian for "half a failure."

Simona Carini

Grazie, Lenny. Formaggio e fichi vanno proprio d'accordo.

Thanks, Lori Lynn.

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