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February 01, 2015


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Thank you Simona, this really looks awesome and a lovely change from traditional spreads. Thank you so much for sharing with this months MLLA.


hanno dei bellissimi colori questi fagioli, e la tovaglietta mi piace molto! Un abbraccio

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Shaheen. It's always a pleasure to contribute to MLLA and I am thrilled to have opened the dance floor.

Onestamente non ero una grande consumatrice di fagioli prima, ma questi sono cosi' belli che viene proprio voglia di cucinarli, Lucia.

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This sounds like a wonderful way to put a little more oomph into winter squash!

Simona Carini

Thanks Debra. We're quite fond of this spread: it's particularly welcome on rainy days. I expect to help with snowy days as well ;)


I'm constantly amazed how you can create and recreate new dishes from bits of other creations, all beautiful and delicious! You give new meaning to the term, "leftover"! The linens you use are gorgeous!

Simona Carini

Thank you so much, Lynne. And I am glad you like the linens :)


This is lovely and makes a lovely change from the usual spreads.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Shaheen.

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