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August 31, 2011


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Very, very nice photo. And the bread looks like it will be delicious when it's baked.


You've made something so basic (in the sense of everyday - I've only tried my hand at baking bread once, ages ago) look so good and beautiful! It's elegant.


The review is so well-written, Simona! I can feel the love and care you put into your bread through the lines you write. I've not tried making the real bread, yet, but everytime I visit your blog and see some bread-related post I am getting a bit closer to making my own bread :)

Simona Carini

Ciao Paz. It's a bread a like a lot.

Thanks Sra. For a long time, I was afraid of baking bread. Then I discovered that it was not as daunting as it sounds and now I bake bread regularly. I hope you'll give it another try.

Ciao Catalina and thanks for the kind words: I am glad you liked the review. If you find a book with recipes that appeal to you and clear explanation, that is a great help. Alternatively, a class that introduces you to baking bread. The world of bread is so vast that I am sure you will find something that appeals to you.


So pretty, Simona. It looks like an infant all bundled up. The very pale sepia is a nice touch. (Catching up with last week's commenting - and I owe you an email.)


P.S. - Thank you for regularly participating in BWW. Your photos are always a delight to include.

Simona Carini

Doesn't it, Susan? I bought the napkin at a vintage store: I think that bread deserves to be wrapped in fine fabric. You are welcome!

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