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November 16, 2011


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Wonderful! Thank you again for hosting this event!


Yay! I can't wait to take some more time in the coming week to explore each of these. Thanks so much for hosting.

Rachel @ The Crispy Cook

Oh Simona, this was a wonderful Novel Food roundup. Such thoughtful posts! And now I have a list of other books to seek out.

sandi @the whistlestop cafe

Thank you for hosting our Novel Foods again! I have found somethings that have my attention :-)


wonderful, wonderful lineup! it's always fun to see the list of books and the dishes inspired by the stories. simona, thanks for hosting this deliciously fun blogging event.


A wonderful array of delicious dishes and all the novels sound so interesting. I'l have to check out a few of them.


I really enjoyed reading all these entries. It is funny how different people pick different details from the books we read - I've read several of these books and never thought about those particular dishes. I have to get used to having a more 'culinary eye' when I read.

Phil in the Kitchen

Great roundup. Many thanks for hosting the event and making me welcome.

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Adele. I am glad the camera mishap did not prevent you from participating.

You are welcome, Ruhama.

Thanks Rachel, for the kind words.

You are welcome, Sandi.

You are welcome, Paz.

Hi Lynne. I hope you'll find something for your reading list.

Ciao Caffettiera. Indeed, that is a very interesting aspect of this event (and also of the Cook the Books club, where we all read the same book). Inspiration certainly comes in various ways.

Thanks Phil. I am so glad you joined the event.


As Rosa said, the marvel of how we all interpret our passions for lit and food, makes this a deeply enjoyable event. Thank you, Simona.


Simona what a fun event, will do some research for your next one.


Wow---I am so bummed I missed this. Who knows where my head was. But, I will enjoy exploring all these great literary-foodie posts.

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Susan.

Hi Gilli. I hope you'll join us for the next edition.

Hi Eliot. No worry: Novel Food will be back in just a few months.

seasonal recipes

amazing range of delightful recipes and all the stories audio so exciting. I'l have to test out a few of them.

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