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June 08, 2012


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meraviglioso!!! me lo immagino e salivo ........meglio non guardare troppo altrimenti vado in cucina e me ne faccio una cestinata ^_____^

Simona Carini

Ciao Martissima. Ammetto che sono pericolosi da avere in giro. Per questo io ne surgelo un po' appena si sono raffreddati. Buon weekend!

Alicia (Foodycat)

Those scones look just gorgeous! So delicious.

A Canadian Foodie

I have just started my cheese making adventures... just this past month - and I can see I can learn a lot from you, on that, here! Yay!
Just tickles to read that almost all aspects of this recipe are from items you have homemade in your own kitchen. That is what I strive to do, too. Love it!

Simona Carini

Thanks, Alicia.

Thank you Valerie. I am glad to read you started on the cheese-making path. I hope you'll find it as rewarding as I have.


Scones plus? Sounds very enticing. Wonderful photos!


Sembrano squisiti questi scones, mi intriga molto l'accoppiata papavero e ricotta!

Simona Carini

Ciao Paz. Indeed, that's what he came up with and I thought I had to share the expression.

Ciao Graziana. Fammi sapere se la provi.


Vanilla sea salt - now this is interesting. I'll divert some pods away from the sugar next time I have some.

Simona Carini

I have been making vanilla salt since seeing it at the San Francisco Fancy Food Show a couple of years ago. Let me know if you try.

R Taylor

I haven’t tried any recipe that has a mixture of citrus, poppy seeds and ricotta but with how you described everything, I felt my mouth water.

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