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April 07, 2013


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You are definitely not the only one drawing on the squash stash. Isn't it wonderful that just as the new ones germinate, the old ones sustain us. Your soup looks wonderful. Complimenti!

Simona Carini

I am glad to read we share the passion for winter squashes. It is indeed wonderful. Thanks for the kind words. I was sad to eat the last spoon.


Beautiful photo. Makes me hungry to taste your soup.

diary of a tomato

Gorgeous photo, makes me want to start la stagione di zucca all over again ;)

Simona Carini

Thanks, Paz. I am glad to read the photo makes you hungry ;)

Hi Debra. It's difficult to let go of zucche, though there are all these bright green things coming: fave, piselli, etc.

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