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October 08, 2009


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Looking forward to this once again. I'm not sure what I'm doing, either, but I'm reading a great old novel by Edith Wharton that might be it.

Simona Carini

Me too! I love Edith Wharton, so I hope you go with what you are reading now. I am still searching for my inspiring piece of literature.


I look forward to Novel Food, too. I have to find something, though. ;-)



Yea! Now to find a novel I want everyone to read... I was thinking about The Hunger Games, but that may not need extra press.

Simona Carini

Ciao, Paz. I am glad you are planning to join us. I am sure you'll find something interesting to share.

Hi, Ruhama. I am glad you are planning to join us. I must admit I don't know the work you are mentioning: the title sounds interesting.


Books and Food,
is there a better pair?

I will see if I can manage to bake a timbale, in time for your deadline!
The recipe? Reminiscent of Tomasi di Lampedusa's in "Il Gattopardo", minus an ingredient or two. ;-)


Not sure if I can join in this round, but I do know what my post will be if I can make it. Cheers to #9 already!

Simona Carini

Indeed, Merisi. I hope you'll manage to make your timbale inspired by Il Gattopardo: such a wonderful novel!

Now you got me curious, Susan, so I hope you will be able to make it for this edition.

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