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July 20, 2015


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I like the simplicity of this. Need to buy some bread and tomatoes.

"A suspicion of vinegar", eh? I like that phrase. :-))) Oh! What type of vinegar did you use? White vinegar?

Simona Carini

In the recipe I suggest to use balsamic vinegar. Camilleri has some nice ways of talking about food :)

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Truly, summer on a plate! If the tomatoes are good, this dish is heavenly. By the way, there's a Neapolitan version made with "friselle" that they confusingly call caponata. Was coincidentally planning to blog on it soon...

Simona Carini

Exactly so, Frank. Looking forward to reading your post: I know about that version but didn't know the call it caponata. Confusing indeed.


During the hot summer days the simplest recipes developed over many years taste the best, so I will try panzanella bread with vinegar :)

Simona Carini

Hope you'll like it, Jasmin. Thank you for stopping by :)

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