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July 15, 2013


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Sembra davvero buono Simò!



Beautiful photo above.

How interesting about your kayaking adventures. I just met a NYC couple that kayaks in the waters around the city. Very interesting. And adventursome, I say. ;-)

Wonderful memories about your trip to Ireland. Your bread looks delicious. I've always wanted to make Irish soda bread. :-)


Eccolo il post con tutte le ricette: http://abcincucina.blogspot.com.es/2013/06/i-come-irish-stew.html! Grazie per aver partecipato e ora si va in Inghilterra (poca strada questa volta!).


non ci fosse un'oceano di mezzo farei un salto da te ad assaggiare!


Traditional or not, your bread looks gorgeous!

Simona Carini

E' un buon pane rustico, Baol.

Ciao Paz. They are daring: I assume there is quite a bit of traffic on that water. You should give this bread a try: no leavening time is needed, so it's pretty straightforward.

Grazie, Aiu'!

Viani pure quando vuoi, Sandra.

Thank you, Frank. I think the currants are quite nice in it.

diary of a tomato

Love knowing there's a Society for the Preservation of Irish Soda Bread upholding standards, and beautiful view of Alaska!

Simona Carini

I think it is good to remind people of the basic elements of a recipe which has become elaborate to a point that those elements are no longer in sight. I hope to share a few more views of Alaska soon.

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