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September 22, 2016


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I love this idea, I'm in!

Simona Carini

I am glad you like the idea, Vicki and thrilled that you are in. Looking forward to reading your contribution. Thank you and have a great weekend.

Phil in the Kitchen

I really enjoy this challenge and I'm very pleased to see another edition. Food blogging has changed a lot in recent years. It used to be about having fun and sharing with others and now it's mostly about "leveraging your profile for maximum exposure on social media" (at least, that's what I think I was told recently by a very successful blogger - I wasn't really listening to tell the truth). I'll try very hard to find the time to participate in this edition.

Simona Carini

Dear Phil, I am so glad to read you are planning to take part again. I hope you'll find the time. I agree with your assessment: it used to be about having fun and I try to do my best to keep it that way. For me it is still about doing what I enjoy doing. I am glad to read it is the same for you :-)


Ciao Simona spero di riuscire a partecipare! Grazie per questo evento <3

Carmen Shenk

Patricia V. Davis mentioned that you do this and I love the concept! I've entered a link to my Shrimp Rohini inspired by Patricia's book *Cooking for Ghosts* that is out next month. I love reading and food, so what could possibly be more fun that this?! -Carmen

Simona Carini

Lo spero anch'io Lucia :)

Simona Carini

Thank you so much, Carmen for your contribution. I do too :)

Deb in Hawaii

Linking up under the wire with a review of Madame Presidentess, historical fiction about Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for President back in 1872, paired with some "Presidential" Creamy Scrambled Eggs on Toast.

Thanks for hosting another round Simona! I always enjoy Novel Food!

Simona Carini

Thank you so much, Deb. Both book and dish sound delightful.

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