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September 28, 2011


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Io mangiarlo :)


I love reading your cheese posts and seeing the photos. Looks delicious! Terrific BW photo.

Simona Carini

Ciao Baol. Se vieni a cena domani sera potrai assaggiarlo ;)

Ciao Paz. I am glad you enjoy reading about my cheese adventures. We'll see how this one turned out.

Lori Lynn

Awesome shot Simona. Perfect for B&W.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Lori Lynn :)


Your cheese looks so good I bet it's worth writing about it right now :) I admire you for making your own cheeses, it's a pretty difficult and time consuming process which is not easy to handle. For me you're the queen of homemade cheese :)

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I've told you many times how much I admire your cheese making skills. I hope to start experimenting if I can get some sheeps' or goat milk when relocating to the countryside.

Frank Fariello

Looking forward to hearing about the results! I've tried making cheese on occasion and have a great respect for those who have the skills!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Catalina, for the kind words. The cheese in the photo is gone by now. Its companion will follow shortly. I'll talk more about them when I write the dedicated post.

Grazie della segnalazione, Open Kitchen. Una bella pubblicazione.

Thanks, Ivy. I am looking forward to reading about your experience once you start making cheese. And I will envy your access to sheep milk.

Thank you, frank, for the kind words.


Simona, you have such a fine artisan touch with cheese, bread, and paper. Happy to follow you on your journeys, and that you have shared them with us. Your latest cheese is just begging for a blunt knife to nick a taste. Thank you for another wonderful BWW photo.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Susan, for your kind words. The cheese was welcome at the table a few days after I took the photo. I'll have more photos to share when I write a post about it.

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