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June 25, 2015


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Anzac cookies were created during WW II to sent to the troops. Anzac meaning Australia New Zealand Army Corps. It sounds like they fit perfectly with the story.


I always enjoy reading the lineup of the Novel Food. All the books sound interesting that the dishes prepared, tasty. Thanks for always putting this together!

~ Paz

Simona Carini

Thank you Cindy for your comment. I agree with you: they were a perfect choice for the story.

Simona Carini

Glad to read you enjoyed the roundup, Paz.

Molly Hashimoto

Hi Simona, This is a great place to get ideas for books to read, and for food!! I love your contribution, too! I may have to send you an idea for your next edition, as I have been reading an awful lot lately.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Molly. Please, do send me your idea. I am interested to know what's you've been reading.

Louise Marley

Oh, my gosh! I'm the author of THE GLASS HARMONICA, and I'm startled and delighted that my novel inspired a recipe--which I will now try, immediately. Thank you very much.


Louise Marley

Simona Carini

Dear Louise,
Thank you so much for your comment. I am honored.
I thoroughly enjoyed your novel. I could not put it down :)


I plan to be back for the next round! I have a book and recipe all picked out--now to find time to make and photograph it... Thanks for keeping this event going!

Simona Carini

Hurrah! Thanks, Ruhama. Your absence was totally justified :) I will announce the fall edition in a few days. Stay tuned!

daniel karanja

Love the cookies

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