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March 21, 2012


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Such a wonderful roundup! Will read all the posts in detail!


I enjoyed reading through everyone's posts and have bookmarked recipes and books alike!


What a wonderful tableaux of food and books! So many tempting dishes, so many interesting books!
Ondaatje's lates novel is waiting patiently that I finish "Anna Karenina" - will be autumn, at the pace I'm reading.


wonderful roundup, as usual. i can't wait to visit the individual blogs listed above. thanks always, simona, for hosting this fun food-blogging event.


This is one of the Blog events I love, and I'm so happy I'm part of it.
Makes you know your fellow blogger better through the books the read.
Thanks Simona and Lisa!

Deb in Hawaii

I am so happy I finally managed to join in this event. Lovely roundup Simona, thanks for hosting. I am busy bookmarking posts and adding to my reading list. So many wonderful books and dishes inspired by them. ;-)

Simona Carini

Thank you so much, everybody, for the kind words. I am glad you enjoyed the roundup and all the choices of books and recipes it offers.

Merisi, good luck with Anna Karenina. I read it when I was 15, during my Russian literature phase. Probably a bit too early. It's on my list of books to read again.


You have done a woderful job hosting, Simona. I have a reading list that's full, and I'm looking forward to the next edition of Novel Food.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Ana, for your kind words. Happy reading!


Woooo! What a great roundup! Thanks again for hosting this event. :)

Simona Carini

Thanks to you, Ruhama!

Molly Hashimoto

I am going to have go look at my copy of Innocents Abroad...must read that before trying your recipe!

Phil in the Kitchen

Excellent set of entries and a fine roundup. I'm so sad that I couldn't get near a kitchen to enter this time.

Simona Carini

Hi Molly. It's a fun read, in small doses, in the sense that I like to read a chapter or two at a time and then pause for a while.

Hi Phil and thanks for your kind words. I hope you'll be able to join us for the next edition.


Thank you, Simona, for the periodic treat of Novel Foods. Since I began blogging, I don't read as much real pages as I used to. Your event keeps my on my reader's toes and reminds me that there really is no substitute for printed pages, with or without a bite to eat. : }


P.S. - Love the new look of your home page. Very clean, minimalistic and stylish.

Simona Carini

Hi Susan. I am happy to perform such a service :) And I am glad you like briciole's new look.

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