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June 09, 2011


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Shelburne falls looks such a beautiful place to visit. Simona, I enjoyed reading your post and I wish there were similar seminars in Greece but unfortunately there aren't any.


un WE a fare un corso sul come fare il formaggio........che spasso deve essere stato.........il new england è nella list della vacanze ......chissà mai che lo faccio anch'io ...non so quanto i miei compagni di viaggio sarebbero proprio d'accordo ;-)))) ciauzzzzz

Alicia (Foodycat)

What a beautiful area! And a cheesemaking workshop, wow!


Looks and sounds like a wonderful weekend.

Simona Carini

Ciao Ivy. I am glad to read you enjoyed the post, Ivy. I am really sorry that cheese-making workshops are not available in your area. I am not sure they are available in Italy either. It is sad because both Greece and Italy have such a rich cheese-making tradition.

Ciao Marta. E' stata davvero una bella esperienza. Vedrai che prima o poi riuscirai a convincere i tuoi compagni di viaggio a seguirti ne New England.

Ciao Alicia. It was indeed a great experience and a lot of fun.

Ciao Paz: it was indeed a very nice weekend.


Sounds like a wonderful learning vacation. Your photos entice me to visit the area and having a nice kitchen to cook in while on vacation sounds great!

Simona Carini

Hi Lynne. If we are staying in a place more than a day, we prefer to be in a small apartment. The one we rented in Shelburne Falls was a real jewel and I enjoyed cooking in its kitchen.


Ever since you've mentioned about your weekend there I've been looking forward to see this post with more photos and your notes and thoughts :) The place is so beautiful! I wish it were possible for me to go there, maybe sometime in the future :D Shelburne Falls is so nice place, no wonder you enjoyed your time there :)

Simona Carini

Ciao Catalina. I am glad you enjoyed the post. The future is full of surprises: who knows, maybe one day you'll visit the place. I hope so: that whole area of the US is quite pretty.

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