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November 28, 2012


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una buonissima zuppa da fare al più presto con piena approvazione delle fette di pane tostate sul fondo......... ho letto la ricetta senza traduttore e ho capito buona parte.....le mie lezioni di inglese cominciano a dare i primi frutti in fatto di comprensione del testo.....ciauzzzzzzz


I love your recipes. They're always so inspiring.
I just started a new blog party called Pantry Party. I hope you join us with some of these great recipes! http://lawstudentscookbook.wordpress.com/2012/11/27/introducing-pantry-party/

My Italian Smörgåsbord

che voglia di questa zuppa ora!
the first snow has fallen and cold as I still feel in my bones after walking for more than a hour in the cold (we do not own a car, we are true Stockholmers) this is exactly what I would like and I will try to gather the ingredients to make it soon. next time maybe I will participate to this initiative too. the book sounds like fun and very girly :)
beautiful the picture of the mushrooms, would never ever have guessed they grow them that way!


stamani al mercato ho trovato red chard e quindi subito la zuppa fatta e mangiata....speravo rimanesse almeno una ciotolina per una foto, ma la speranza era mal riposta ^___^ finita tutta!!!

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Sounds delicious! All the tastes of Autumn in one bowl...

Simona Carini

Thanks, Elizabeth, for the invitation. I will try to join the party this month.

Barbara, I admire you: I would not survive a winter in Stockholm. The next book in our list is The Hunger Games. It was a very enlightening experience to visit the mushroom farm.

Martissima, quando vedrai che cosa ci ho fatto io con gli avanzi della zuppa, credo che la rifarai quanto prima. Mi fa piacere che continui a trovare la bietola colorata al mercato.

Indeed, Frank. Thanks!


That chard does look fresh and beautiful! I have a lot in the garden now so I am going to check this recipe out!

Deb in Hawaii

Such a beautiful soup Simona with the mushrooms and that chard. Great review of the book too. I had a hard time relating to and really liking the characters so I get what you mean.

Especially thank you for jumping in and taking on the hosting duties for this book--and doing it so well. It is great to have you as part of the CTB hosting team. ;-)

Simona Carini

Hi Debra. Indeed, that chard is quite luscious. It's a pleasure to cook with it. I hope you try to make the zimino with your chard.

You are more than welcome on all fronts, Deb.


I would certainly be comforted by this soup, especially with the generous grating of cheese on top. I am a great fan of chard, too.

That shot of the oyster mushrooms is a beauty, Simona.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Susan. Photographing the mushrooms was a bit of a challenge, because of the light. I'll be harvesting rainbow chard for another couple of weeks. I have been making all sorts of nourishing dishes with it.

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