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July 06, 2016


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Slurp ;)

Simona Carini

Quando passi da queste parti te la faccio assaggiare ;)


The book sounds amazing (as does this tart). I love the flowers from your garden. Allegedly thyme flowers give bees some sort of medicinal "something" that helps them. Our bees are all over our thyme and other herbs.

Simona Carini

Thank you Debra for the information. I like the idea that bees find thyme beneficial. It's the one herb that I cannot do without: it goes well with so many foods. Even simply smelling it cheers me up.

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