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July 02, 2012


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Heather @girlichef

What a fantastic and diverse roundup. I definitely have added to both my to-read and to-make lists! Thanks for bringing this fun event together, Simona :D

Phil in the Kitchen

I always enjoy the wide range of dishes and literature in these roundups and this is no exception. Many thanks for hosting the challenge.


Che fantastiche ricette!


Yay! Thanks again for keeping this going--off to read!

A Canadian Foodie

No one could have done this more thoroughly! Incredible!


What an inspiring list of readables and edibles! Happy 4th of July!

Rachel @ The Crispy Cook

Sorry I could not participate in this round of Novel Food, but I have something in mind for the Fall involving Persian food and a lovely memoir I read recently. I love the array of interesting reading and delights for the table in this edizione.

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Heather and Phil. I am glad you found interesting suggestions in the roundup.

Grazie, Sandra.

You are welcome, Ruhama.

Thank you for your kind words, Valerie.

Thanks, Paz. Same to you!

Hi Rachel. I am looking forward to reading about Persian food.


Delicious fare for feeding imaginations and bellies. Sorry I missed this edition, Simona; nonetheless, I always enjoy the round-ups. Will definitely contribute in the fall.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Susan. Looking forward to having you join the literary party in the fall.

Johanna GGG

lovely round up - I would love to participate in these novel events but they always seem to pass me by - but I love the wonderful food the novels inspire and was particularly fond of your entry because I love p d james

Simona Carini

Thank you so much, Johanna. Maybe the fall edition will work for you in terms of schedule. I am planning to read more P.D. James soon.

Farmgirl Susan

What a fun event! I can't believe I'm only just discovering it. There's nothing better than reading about food in novels - except eating it too! :)

Simona Carini

It's never too late, Susan. I am glad you like the idea. If you'd like to join us, the next edition will be in the fall: stay tuned!

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