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August 08, 2008

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Paz

I think I may have soup tonight. I was able to have the roasted chicken and it was DELICIOUS! Oh, so good and simple. Now I can make soup from the leftovers. Thanks for the recipe that keeps going. ;-)

Paz

Jeremy Parzen

Briciole, I love your "about": "a peripatetic food story-teller." The act of food (and wine) writing is really a peripety, isn't it? I always enjoy your blog... Jeremy

Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

Simona - great roast chicken trilogy and a lovely tribute for Julia's birthday!

I have never put zucchini blossom in a soup, just slice lengthwise and cook for a couple minutes, that's it? Sounds like a lovely garnish.

Simona

I am so glad you had the roast chicken and liked it, Paz. On to soup now.

Thanks, Jeremy, for your kind words.

Zucchini blossoms make a lovely garnish, indeed, Lori Lynn.

Lisa

Simona, this is wonderful. Thank you so much for taking part again. I love the idea of you going out to your kitchen garden to pick the fresh ingredients. And I remember your French bread. Mmm, heavenly.

The photo of the coastline is much appreciated, too. Stunning!

Poonam

Hi..my first time here! Like your blog.

Marie

Simona, You make me want to whip up a batch right now! Oh, if only I had that coastline to gaze at, I would never want to leave!

MangerLaVille

Your blog is great. It is such a great reference.

Christine

There's nothing quite like a freshly home made chicken stock. I like your version, Simona.

blorenzutta

Just what I need in the coldest winter we've had in Sydney.. hot chicken broth.. and I will shortly enjoy it on a beautiful pure white beach in Coffs Harbour.. Northern NSW..
Thanks Simona... Bruno

blorenzutta

I forgot to mention that as a kid, we always had 'brodo' as the 1st dish. Since Mamma passed away, I got lazy.. but now I intend to have it as often as possible.. Thanks again Simona... Bruno

katie

I have that book - and I love it. Can't you just hear her voice when you read it!
We're having soup weather here, too. Maybe I should get a chicken....

Simona

You are welcome, Lisa: it's my pleasure.

Thanks Poonam and welcome.

Hi Marie. I feel the same way, so we don't travel much.

Thanks MangerLaVille, I am glad you like it.

Thanks, Christine. I agree.

Hang in there, Bruno, spring is on the way. I looked at some photos of Coffs Harbour: nice. I hope you are having a great time there.

Indeed, Katie, her voice comes out of the pages.

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