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June 22, 2015

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lucia

Che bella alveolatura ha questo pane! Mi dispiace molto Simona di non essere riuscita a partecipare a Novel Food, ma ho avuto diversi impegni, spero alla prossima! Ti abbraccio

Simona Carini

Grazie Lucia. Non ti preoccupare: capisco benissimo che alle volte gli impegni ci impediscano di fare cio' che vorremmo.

Connie Pappalardo

I love book food! This looks glorious. I was just reading about how good sourdough bread is for you. With a little wheat flour, the best of all worlds.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Connie. Indeed, sourdough is good for us, besides being so good :)

Paz

What a fascinating-sounding book -- from the characters to the music instrument and the tidbit about B. Franklin living in England for 16 years. Very interesting, indeed. That bread and cheese sure look good together. I think both Es would have enjoy your bread (with the cheese).

Simona Carini

Indeed, it was a nice read, Paz. I picked up the book from a favorite bookstore in Berkeley and once I started reading it, I could not put it down. And yes, this is my current favorite bread: a slice of it is a treat.

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Very pretty bread speckled with bits of carrot! This reminds me that Paolo (of the "Cannolo Award") says that Italians hate sourdough bread, something I hadn't really thought about. Obviously his comment doesn't apply to you—but in general do you agree with Paolo?

Simona Carini

Thanks, Frank. Glad you like the look of my bread. Now that you mention it, I remember Paolo's comment. I honestly don't have data on this matter. I'll remember to ask my Italian friends who've been in the US. Or maybe I'll bring a loaf the next time I visit Italy.

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