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March 02, 2014


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Ciao Simona, non ci conosciamo, almeno fino ad oggi.... Ti ringrazio di aver portato il tuo pane al Castello... Ho fatto un giro nel tuo blog e hai delle cose spettacolari! Complimenti! Un bascione e a presto!!!


Splendidi panini! Con tutti quei semini saranno deliziosi!! Grazie per il tuo contributo all'Abbecedario!!

Simona Carini

Piacere mio, Patty e grazie per le tue parole gentili.

Piacere mio, Alessandra.


it's true, impossible not to eat one … or two. Averli qui ^___^

diary of a tomato

Love these as well as the idea of getting ideas from ex-pats — food is so much about memory!


Grazie per essere stata con noi anche in Repubblica Ceca! Le ricette della tappa sono qui: http://abcincucina.blogspot.com.es/2014/02/t-come-trdlo.html.
E ora si va in Lettonia!!!


Simona Carini

Sono davvero buoni, Martissima :)

Ciao Debra. I like it when I find heated discussions among people about their cherished memories of a specific food. We've all experienced such nostalgia.

Piacere mio, come al solito, Aiu'. Pronta a ripartire.


I love the way you've perfectly rolled the bread in the photo.

I want to take my finger and pick up the sesame seeds on the table, like Inspector Montalbano. :-D

Simona Carini

Thank you, Paz. Me too! (which reminds me, I must check the author's website and see if he's published another novel)

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