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November 13, 2010


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Belinda @zomppa

Yes, I am groaning at the thought of the holidays! This list is making me wish I was IN Italy...man.

Cookin' Canuck

Fantastic line-up of recipes & articles. It looks as though I have my Sunday reading set out for me.

Liz Marr, MS, RD

Fun! Makes me wish I was in Italy right now!


Great info!! And huge thanks for including a link to Jeannette's blog post featuring her experience in our market tour and cooking lesson in Chianti! :)

Liana @ femme fraiche

What a great post with some really interesting references. The first post of the bruschetta...where's the recipe for that!?


Thank you for the very kind comments. I hope you're enjoying your Sunday and that one of these recipes will transport you to Italy, for a bit.

Liana: I've linked the recipe/blog post to the photo of the caponata, but you can also find it here:


Yummy is all I can say. It all looks so good.


Right from the get-go - that roasted pumpkin and pear soup grabbed me. I am thinking that it may not be too early for the Pandolce...Wasn't there a song about the 41 days of Christmas?

Boulder Locavore

Ok after getting over my complete shock about the countdown to the holidays I quickly was lost in your beautiful articles and recipes. So many to try!


Your blog is amazing, and filled with so much wonderful information. It is always nice to meet others who love food as much as I do. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving me a comment. I look forward to reading more on your blog. Have a wonderful Monday!


Sigh...another great week! I, for one, am very happy that you're one of those "bright & merry" types and love your enthusiasm for Italian food...& the holidays! So much good food, I never know where to start, but my fav this week has to be the Risotto with Snapper in Saffron Broth, ohh!
Thanks for taking us on another fabulous foodie adventure :)

Christmas Sweets

Had to ogle at the food pics a few times before finally reading the post. Italian food IS ♥.

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