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July 04, 2013


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Rachel @ The Crispy Cook

Great roundup. I love the variety of what everyone read and cooked up. Until next round of Novel Food!

Simona Carini

Glad you enjoyed it, Rachel :)


Fantastic roundup!


I don't know how you can keep up with all that you do, but I am grateful for it. Love this roundup. It is always so interesting to discover new (to me) books from what others are enjoying.

Simona Carini

Grazie, Lucia!

Thank you so much Sally. This event is really close to my heart. Staying up a bit late to read what people chose and what they cooked is a joy. I am glad you found interesting suggestions in the roundup.


Yea! Just worked my way through the roundup! Fantastic, as usual. Thanks for keeping this one alive, Simona.

Simona Carini

Glad you enjoyed it, Ruhama. Thanks to you for being a faithful participant!


As usual, a wonderful lineup and delicious-looking food, starting with that donut! I want to eat it now. :-) I like the title, "How to Cook a Wolf". When will you write about it? I'd like to know what it's about.

Deb in Hawaii

Such a great round up of dishes--it is always fun to see what everyone picks to read and to make. Thanks for hosting! ;-)

Simona Carini

Thank you, Paz. I will write about How to Cook a Wolf in the next week or so. In a few words, it's a book about cooking in war times. I think you'd like it. She has chapters like "How to Boil Water," "How Not to Boil an Egg," etc. It contains a number of recipes, like a very nice French onion soup.

Glad you enjoyed the roundup, Deb!

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