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April 19, 2010


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All the food looks delicious and I must read all of these books! Thank you for hosting this lovely event- I enjoy it very much.


I just bought a copy of Amacord recently, so now I am really looking forward to reading it. Thanks for hosting this fun event.


Yummy! My food and book list has, of course, grown once again. Thanks for a great roundup.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Nupur.

Hi Rachel. You are welcome.

You are welcome, Ruhama.

Thanks to all of you for participating.


So sorry I missed this, Simona. Easter break with visiting relatives was much more extended and busy than I had anticipated - lost all track of time. I look forward to visiting the participating posts, and popping over to Lisa's blog, too. Thanks always for hosting. I do expect to join in the Summer Edition.


Oh I love the risotto! Thanks for hosting! :)


great lineup. i'm sorry i wasn't able to participate. hopefully, next time.


Simona Carini

Hi Susan. I imagined that something was keeping you busy. We look forward to having you join the summer edition.

You are welcome, Ginny.

I hope so too, Paz.


I am bit late for this event for I recently cooked something which reconnected me to a poem, a nursery rhyme I used to humm in my childhood days.Anyways there is always a next time.

Simona Carini

Thanks for visiting. There will be another edition of the event in early summer. I hope you'll participate then.

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