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October 21, 2016


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Great post Simona. Sounds like a good read and entertaining book. And the recipe looks great too. Peppers and onions are an Italian staple and adding zucchini is brilliant. Spices and seasonings make or break a dish, so interesting that a Chipotle sea salt is a key ingredient.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Christina :)

David Sabatelli

I like your interesting twist, weaving a store line with your food recipe. I too like to see what’s on hand and come up with something good. Peppers cipolle zucchini look great and love the Italian translation.

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