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February 23, 2012

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Frank

Wow, this place looks like cheese heaven. I have roots in Puglia on my father's side—but I never made it down there during my years in Rome. Shame on me!

Kathy

Frank - It really was a cheese lover's heaven. I do hope you get to Puglia on your next trip to Italy. The region is spectacular. And, let me add this shameless plug, I couldn't think of anyone better to join us in May (or Sept.) on the Puglia Culinary tour we've put together.

Karen (Back Road Journal)

I just love all the beautiful cheeses. You must have enjoyed the day.

Simona

I am glad you were also touched by the magic of true ricotta. I am intrigued by the cheese with the grape skins. I tasted something similar last year (Tomme au Marc) and it was amazing. I like also the idea of using olives. I like Nonna Anna's attitude: one should explore flavors. Lovely photos, as usual.

Ingrid

Yum, yum, YUM!!! Looks amazing...one day when I am happily living in my restored ruin!!

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