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March 30, 2018


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Debra Eliotseats

Thanks for hosting this. Although I did have some more ideas, I never got anything posted! Have a great holiday weekend.

Phil in the Kitchen

As ever that's a fine collection of inspiration for reading and cooking. I always enjoy the connections made between the words and the food. I really do need to find more time for reading somehow.

Simona Carini

Save some for the next edition, Debra. Have a great weekend you too :)

Simona Carini

Thank you, Phil. Glad you enjoyed the roundup. The summer edition will start in a couple of months. I hope you find time for some quiet reading :)

Delaware Girl Eats

Many thanks for organizing Novel Foods Simona --knowing how much you love to read it must be a joy to see all those inspiring reading choices. I know for myself, they take me to places I probably wouldn't go to on my usual reading rounds -- thanks so much!

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Cathy. It is always a pleasure. I get to share musings about what I read and get motivated to continue writing on my blog, which is getting old and venerable :)

Delaware Girl Eats

Hey -- don't call your blog "old"! Just say well established.... Besides look at the archive of recipes and musings it represents - quite a trove


Yes I agree with you. I would use the word "seasoned. Pun intended

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