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June 04, 2013


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Ah finalmente la nuova edizione! Mi piace molto perché anche per me i libri sono una grande passione! Spero di trovare presto l'ispirazione...


Very interesting.

I will be following your blog.


Hi Simona, I was thinking about Novel Food last night, and surprise, here comes your announcement today. I probably have lots of time, I was thinking, but now the race is on! I've made my decision about which book I'll participate with. It's a wonderful book, I just wish I do it justice in my post. Thanks for being a wonderful host!!!

Simona Carini

Spero anch'io Lucia. Grazie!

Thanks, Jody.

So glad I made your wish come true, Ana ;) You have me curious about your choice now...


I plan on coming to the party! :-D

Simona Carini


Deb in Hawaii

Finally, I got it together to join in on another Novel Food! ;-) I am bringing Kenyan Corn & Bean Stew inspired by the novel What Tears Us Apart by Deborah Cloyed.

Thanks for hosting!


I've only just seen this and the deadline was last night - is this a regular event and will you be hosting again this month? I'd love to take part!

Simona Carini

Thank you so much Deb!

Hi Caroline. This is indeed a regular event, occurring roughly every quarter. The next edition will be towards the end of summer. It will be posted here and on The Blog Diary. Hope you'll be able to join the party for Novel Food #20.

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