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September 22, 2011


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Milwaukee sounds like a great place for a trip and your great photos confirm that fact perfectly! The vegetables look great, too. I'm really looking forward to reading and finding out more about the cranberry beans!

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Calatrava stupisce sempre, hai saputo usare bene il tuo tempo, arte e cultura gastronomica è un bellissimo connubio, ciauzzzzzzz

Italian food in Bristol

Grazie per il tuo lavoro! E stato davvero interesante a leggere questo articolo.


Wow bellissimo!!!! ciao SImo baciusssssssss

Simona Carini

Ciao Catalina. It was a working trip, but we managed to do a few fun things, which made up for the work part ;)

Hello Erika and thanks for the invitation.

Ciao Marta: concordo.


Ciao Ale!


I hate to admit it, but I've never been to the MKE farmer's market... I really want to, and it's only 30 (or 40, depending on traffic) minutes away from me, too! Thanks for another bit of inspiration!

Simona Carini

Ciao Ruhama. I would try to go on a Saturday, when I assume there are more vendors. And there are other locations in the city, but the one we chose was the closest to us. Based on my experience, I would recommend it. Also, though it is outdoor, it is held in a covered space.

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