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July 12, 2011


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sandi @the whistlestop cafe

This is a great round-up! There are several recipes... and books that I need to check out.
And honestly~~~ y'all read 'Beyond the Pasta'


I love how all these books inspire wonderful dishes. Thanks for hosting this fun event. Whenever I read a book, I always have novel food in mind. ;-)



Yay! Lovely roundup! Off to read and expand my reading list, as usual!


A gorgeous round ip of inspired dishes Simona.


Your event certainly worked for me: I have my reading list ready for the summer (and a cooking list as well). Thanks Simona and all those who contributed!

Simona Carini

Thanks, Sandi. It is certainly nice to see that Italy keeps inspiring good books.

You are welcome, Paz. It happens to me too. And it is not always easy to choose which book to feature.

Thanks, Ruhama.

Thanks, Val.

You are welcome, Caffettiera. I am glad you enjoyed the roundup.


What a very nice roundup, and a whole bunch of great-sounding (and -looking) dishes and books! Lotta good ideas for cooking and reading here.

Simona Carini

Ciao Lisa. Glad you enjoyed the roundup :)

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