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September 05, 2014

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Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Hmmm... as you may know, I never participate in contest, -paloozas and any of these virtual social events—not snobbery, just lack of time!—but as a fellow bookworm this one sounds too intriguing to pass up.

Simona Carini

Your participation would be an honor, Frank — though I totally understand the time crunch situation. Ever since starting this event I have become more conscious of the use of food in narrative (both fiction and non-fiction) and poetry, which is interesting.

Deb in Hawaii

I forgot to leave a comment Simona. I am managing to get an entry in before leaving for a business trip next weekend. Civil-war era johnnycakes for "I Shall be Near To You"--a historical novel I really enjoyed. Thanks for hosting! ;-)

Simona Carini

Thank you so much, Deb, for your contribution. I had received the notice from inlinkz, so all is well. Safe travels.

ruhama

Yay! Thanks for the headsup--somehow September disappeared... fortunately, I just finished a book and immediately made food to go with it, thinking that Novel Food is just around the corner!

Simona Carini

Great! Looking forward to reading your post, Ruhama.

Lauren Hairston

When you hosted Black & White Wednesday, I found out about this link-up and HAD to participate! I actually take notes on what the characters in books are eating...

Simona Carini

So glad you found out about the event, Lauren. Thank you so much for your contribution. Poldark brings me back in time.

Rachel (Rachel's Kitchen NZ)

Oh, what a great idea, Simona - have just discovered this via Sweet Almond Tree blog - I love to read and I love food and cooking and often read about food and cooking - so hopefully I will get inspiration and be able to participate in the next event!

Simona Carini

Hi Rachel and thanks for your comment. It will be lovely to have you join the next edition of Novel Food. I will announce the spring edition right after Valentine's Day.

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