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October 30, 2005

Comments

Sonia

Your "Crazysalad" is a delicious Blog! Always a pleasure and so informative!

LisaSD

Glad you're enjoying your trip, and sharing some of it with us!

Kirk

Looks fab Angie - Can't wait to see how the Balsamic is made and aged!

Angie

Sonia--

Thanks for the kind words.

Lisa & Kirk--

I'm back in San Diego now, but have a huge backlog of Italy posts that I'm eager to share. Look for upcoming features on restaurants, homecooked meals with friends, local food shops and grocery stores, and eating Chinese and Korean in Europe.

Franz

Another great post. One time or another, I'll force you to taste something very very tipical: cappelletti's brodo with a shot of Lambrusco. Yes, mixed! Sounds disgusting, but my grandmother loves it.

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Franz

Sonia

Hi Angie, me again. May I linking "Leaves of Grass" with your "Crazysalad"? Would be nice because your blog is great!

Angie

Ciao Franz:

You don't have to force me--I'm always ready to try new foods. Anything made with cappelletti sounds good to me.

Sonia:

Of course, thanks for asking.

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