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March 16, 2018


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PK Saunders

Looks delicious; I shall look forward to making and eating this dish!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Kelly :) I hope you'll enjoy it.


As you may know, I love these svuotafrigo type dishes. I hate throwing food away, but even more important, they often produce wonderful flavor combinations you wouldn't otherwise come up with. Necessity, as they say, is the mother of invention.

Simona Carini

Wonderful flavors indeed, Frank, and not easy to replicate, so there is the added pleasure of eating unique dishes :)

Debra Eliotseats

I have both chard and kale that I need to use in my crisper. May try a version of this! Again, thanks for hosting!

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Debra. I thought about your beet recipe this morning as I brought back from the farmers market a large bunch of beet greens left behind by someone who only wanted the beets. I just finished cooking the greens with some kale from my garden.

Delaware Girl Eats

Simona -- my fridge full of CSA and market veggies always produces a challenge - how to use it all. I end up making dishes with odd combinations as a result, but they usually turn out fine. I hadn't read the book you chose, but it sounds like a great one for sitting in a quiet corner and devouring.


Such a good idea--we are really bad at using things up before they spoil (more so at the height of gardening season). I'll have to keep this (and the book, too) in mind!

Simona Carini

I like that kind of challenge, Cathy: it promotes creativity in the kitchen. Yes, it is a nice book.

Simona Carini

You're such a good gardener! Considering the amount of time and effort a garden requires, I can imagine the strong desire not to let anything go to waste. I expect the little one will be helping you with planting ;)

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