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June 27, 2014


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Rachel Jagareski

That Joanne Harris book is so good. I'll have to read that again. She's such a wonderful writer.

Great roundup of literarily inspired dishes!


Lovely collection of foodie novels and delicious food. I read Five Quarters of the Orange and posted the Brandied Raspberries and I do love Deborah Crombie having read all the Duncan Kinkaid/Jemma James collection.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Rachel.

So glad to read you like the Crombie's novels too, Lynne.


I'm glad to see that we share a passion for books and...cooking! Thanks to all!!!


...and thanks to Simona for the lovely idea, of course!!!

Simona Carini

My pleasure, Lucia.

Deb in Hawaii

A wonderful roundup for a wonderful event Simona! I am so sorry that I am just getting around to commenting now--it has been an insanely crazy few weeks. I look forward to visiting all of the posts. Thanks again for hosting--I am looking forward to the next round. ;-)

Simona Carini

Thank you Deb. I hope things will get mellower for you soon, so you can enjoy some summer relax. Novel Food will definitely be back at the end of summer.

diary of a tomato

Thanks for hosting this wonderful round-up, so many good tips for summer reads! Life taking an unexpected turn but hope to be back by end of summer...

Simona Carini

I hope so too, Debra, and hope to see you at the next edition of Novel Food. Cari saluti.

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