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June 30, 2013


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l'ultima foto fa proprio voglia di addentarlo, brava!!

diary of a tomato

Love the description of your pretzels as shaped like a lotus pose!

Simona Carini

Grazie Martissima!

And I so envy them for their ability, Debra ;)


I think your novel-inspired pretzels are the perfect pick for the virtual club. Sorry I wasn't able to participate this time. Next Novel Food! xoxo

Simona Carini

Thank you, Paz. Don't worry: the next edition will be in the fall.


Hello, Simona!
I’ve heard of The Jane Austen Book Club. It’s a nice premise for a novel.
Your pretzels look absolutely irresistible! We love yeasted dough anything around here! As for Austen’s Persuasion, I think at the core of it it’s such a great, mature love story. You hold your breath waiting for Anne Eliot and her captain to get together.

Simona Carini

Ciao Ana. I recommend the pretzels. I think you chose the right word: mature. A bit different from the more famous stories of S&S and P&P. I am looking forward to reading it again. I remember also seeing a movie and it was nicely done.

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