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April 18, 2012


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Can I join you in declaring my love for my mezzaluna as well? I find it really effective to chop vegetables and herbs without crushing them.

Simona Carini

You certainly can, Caffettiera. I am glad to see you are also a fan of mezzaluna.


your mezzaluna looks pretty cool. ;-) happy b&w wednesday!

Simona Carini

It's a very nice tool, Paz. Thanks!


Che bella questa foto con la mezzaluna!



We actually don't have a mezzaluna - this may be a tool we'll need to add when we finally move back into our home and have a new kitchen to work in. We do grow parsley in our little garden, though.

Simona Carini

Ciao Alessandra e grazie.

Ciao DueSpaghetti. I totally recommend a mezzaluna: it's fun to use and very efficient. Hope the move back to your house won't be too far into the future.

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