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October 30, 2013


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Lovely roundup! I keep telling myself I would love to join in on your Novel Food, but the time passes me by. Maybe I ail be able to join in on the Spring event. All the food looks fab!


A lovely collection of literary inspired recipes. I do hope to enter again sometime soon. Must get my thinking cap on! :)

Phil in the Kitchen

As always, a fine and inspiring collection of recipes and literature. I'm already looking forward to the spring challenge - I've just GOT to find some time to do a little reading

Simona Carini

Thank you, Lynne. I know, Novel Food requires a bit of planning. I hope you'll find something inspiring in the near future: if you do, set it aside for Novel Food #21.

Thank you so much, Elizabeth, for being part of our little literary party. I hope you will join also the next edition.

Thank you, Phil. I hope something you read in the near future will inspire you. This way, you'll be ready when Novel Food #21 comes around, in late February.


Thanks so much for keeping this event alive! Love some of these entries!

Simona Carini

Glad you enjoyed the roundup, Ruhama.


Come mi dispiace di non aver partecipato questa volta!!! Come sai questo evento mi piace tantissimo, ma non sto leggendo nessun libro per via del tempo!!!
Un abbraccio

Simona Carini

Non ti preoccupare, Lucia. Ci sara' un'altra edizione a fine inverno e spero che nel frattempo avrai modo di leggere qualcosa che ti ispira :)

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