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January 02, 2012


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Ciao Simo, che magia formaggera che c'è da queste parti, a vederli tutti insieme è proprio un bel vedere........non che è che fai un corso online tra la california e il veronese?? ^ ___ ^ ciauzzzzzzzz

Alicia (Foodycat)

Happy New Year, Simona!


Bellissima carrellata dei tuoi stupendi formaggi! come mi piacerebbe imparare!


Buon anno! I hope to see as many home made cheeses next year dear Simona. And eventually, I'll try making my own. I wish you were here to teach me.


Simona, you are such an inspiration. I wish I had the patience to make cheese too, I would taste them though...

Happy New Year to you and your hubby!

Simona Carini

Ciao Marta. Che ne dici di un corso residenziale in California l'estate prossima? ;)

Happy New Year to you, Alicia!

Ciao Francesca. Vorrei poter essere piu' utile ai miei lettori italiani in quanto a risorse. Una cosa che potresti provare a fare e' il mascarpone, poiche' non necessita di prodotti o utensili particolari (e per drenarlo puoi usare un pezzo di uno strofinaccio di cotone un po' liso ;)

Buon anno, Caffettiera. I hope to be able to continue my experiments in making cheese. I get the sense that in Europe it is not easy to get hold of ingredients and tools needed. I am hoping to write soon about making yogurt at home and will talk a bit about that. Making yogurt is fun and I think it is a good entry point into the world of cheese.

Ciao Laura. At the beginning, the wait made me anxious. Now, I am better at accepting the schedule of each cheese. And I alternate between making cheeses that can be eaten fresh and those that need to be aged. Happy New Year to you and your family. I keep my fingers crossed for you ;)


Ciao Simona, che formaggi, sarebbe bello riuscire ad ottenere gli stessi risultati!!!! Io mi limito a fare lo yogurt in casa, ma devo migliorare ancora! Augurissimi, B.

Anna Engdahl

Happy New Year. On you home cheesemaking page you give a link to French website about cheese and said you wish there was an Italian one. I thought you might like this one, I didn't see it listed there.

Simona Carini

Ciao Fragoliva. Pensa che io lo yogurt in casa ho cominciato a farlo solo di recente. Meglio tardi che mai. Ne parlero' a breve. Auguroni anche a voi.

Ciao Anna and Happy New Year to you. Thank you so much for the pointer! You are right, that site is not mentioned on my page: I will add it. (The home page states that the site is for sale: I wonder what is going to happen to it.)

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