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February 01, 2011


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I can only imagine the wonderful aroma of bread baking throughout your entire home.


da come ne hai parlato sembra un libro molto ricco di idee e ben spiegato, io ho appena comprato "tutta la bontà del pane" di Sara Papa ben spiegato e con idee sfiziose che pian pianino metterò in pratica....sarebbe bello panificare insieme ^_______^ ciauzzzzz


i like the title 'arte bianca'. that bread sure looks good.


A Canadian Foodie

Where is the legume love affair that was to be posted Monday or today?

Simona Carini

Ciao Val. That's one of the reasons I love to bake bread: it makes the house smell heavenly.

Ciao Astro. Si' e' un libro ben spiegato. Aspetto di vedere quello che fai seguendo il tuo nuovo libro :)

Ciao Paz, I like that expression too. The bread in the photo is really good and I like its golden color.

Hello. Monday was the deadline for MLLA #31. The roundup was posted last night (Tuesday).


I love fresh bread but I'm not daring enough to make it by myself. I enjoy watching Italian TV shows about baking bread - especially in those big furnaces - it must be soo delicious :) Your bread looks equisite! Your addition of Italian words in each post is really great - I enjoy learning new words from other languages :)

Simona Carini

Hi Catalina. I learned to bake bread after moving to California. Once I started, I was hooked. It's fun and the result is rewarding. I am glad you enjoyed listening to the Italian words.

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