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January 24, 2014

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Merisi in Vienna

i took me a second or two to "see"! ;-)
Beautiful image, Simona!

Somehow I never managed to find a good mezzaluna.

Mandy Tan

Your pictures are gorgeous!

Simona Carini

:)
Thank you, Merisi.
I bought mine online and so far so good (though I do not make heavy use of it). I like the small size, which makes it better manageable for my small hands.

Marie

Great image. I saw Nigella using one of these and put one on my Christmas list. I haven't been lucky yet :( Marie

Simona Carini

Thank you, Mandy.

Thank you, Marie. I hope you get one soon :)

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