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September 25, 2012


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"Thomas Jefferson's Crème Brûlée" - now that's a title that's hard to forget!

Looking forward to another literary feast,


I've been remiss in my blogging, but I've read several books this year that I'd like to use for Novel Food. Here's hoping I get everything together for this one!


Yay! :)

Simona Carini

Ciao Merisi. Great title, isn't it? And an interesting read so far.

Hi Adele. So great to read that you are planning to participate: I am looking forward to reading your contribution.

Yours too, Paz ;)


YES! I have something all picked out--I just have to make the recipe and get photos!

Simona Carini

You are so well organized, Ruhama. I am sure your choice will be interesting and entertaining and I am looking forward to reading about it. Thanks!


I'm so glad you're carrying on with Novel Food!! YAY!! Novel Food got me into cooking on line to start with! I'm also reading "Thomas Jefferson's Creme Brulee!" What are the odds of that! LOL! I'll find something else to cook to though...as this book is more non-fiction than a novel...so many books with a food theme laced in somewhere!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Glennis. Glad you are planning to participate.

Sheila Connolly

I love this idea. I have one quick question: I have the perfect blog post, based on a poem that I love, but it ran in Mystery Lovers Kitchen a year ago. Can I link to that, or would you prefer a new post?

Simona Carini

Hi Sheila. I'll answer you via email.

Avery Aames

Hi, Simona, this sounds like a fun idea. I look forward to the posts.


Avery Aames


Hey Simona, just heard of this (where have I been?), but what a novel idea! Don't know if I'll make it for this time, but we'll see. And, congratulations on co-hosting Cook the Books.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Avery.

Hi Claudia. Don't worry if you can't make it this time: the next edition will be in early spring. Thank you!

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