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October 09, 2015


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Thanks for this review, Simona, it was a great reminder to buy a copy of this cookbook! I had the great pleasure of spending a culinary weekend with Nancy recently, and the added bonus was getting to meet her daughter. Sara's cookbook "Oranges and Olives" remains one of my favorite, most-used in my library, and I'm looking forward to working my way through this one!


I rarely buy cookbooks these days, but this one sounds well worth picking up. And I love the Marcello Mastroianni reference!

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Debra. I will check out Sara's cookbook.

Simona Carini

I am the same Frank. Glad you did :)

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