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January 04, 2012

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Lori Lynn

So cool! Terrific photos. Ooh, avocado and starfruit??
Wishing you a very happy new year Simona!
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Baol

Buon anno Simona!

Gata da Plar

Ma dai!!! Baol anche qui?! Grande!!! ^______________^

Simona ma l'albero diventa così grande??? 0.O

ho scoperto solo di recente che il frutto mi piace moltissimo :D

Buon Anno e Tante Buone Cose da Mangiare! ^^

Luby

Ho appena messo a germogliare un seme di avocado!
Non vedo l ora di avere il mio albero!!!!!

Mike Moyle

Thanks bery much for this post Simona. When I was a boy we lived on a sugar cane plantation named Pepeekeo on the Big Island, a few miles north of Hilo on the Hamakua Coast. We had an even bigger (at least in my memory) avocado tree in our front yard, but sadly that was before I learned to love avocados -- just a shame. Speaking of avocados, I just returned from a trip to Chile where I found the Chileans must lead the world in both production and per capita consumption of avocados - truely a cusines after my own heart. All the best for the new year. A presto.

Lynne

Great photo of the avocado house and tree! I love the sepia effect you used. Happy New Year!

Simona Carini

Thanks, Lori Lynn and Happy New Year to you!

Grazie Baol, anche a te.

Ciao Mony. Ci sono diverse qualita' di avocado e non so bene quanto gli alberi di ciascuna crescano. Questo e' anche un albero che non si trova in un frutteto e credo sia stato lasciato crescere come voleva. E' un albero davvero bello e confortante.

Ciao Luby. Che bello! Dove abito io il clima non e' adatto e quindi per me rimarra' un sogno. Ti auguro un bel successo col tuo albero.

Ciao Mike. We drove twice along the Hamakua Coast this year and liked it a lot, in particular the winding old highway: what an amazing combination of plants! I did not realize Chileans are big consumers of avocados. Best wishes to you and your family as well.

Thanks Lynne. Happy New Year to you!

Ivy

Happy New Year Simona.
Thanks for posting this. Would you believe that I've never seen an avocado tree before! We don't eat avocados as often as we should and this is something I should change this year. Look forward to seeing some of your recipes using avocados.

Simona Carini

Ciao Ivy. I am glad I showed you something interesting and new. Avocados are quite versatile and indeed, they are healthy, so yours is a good resolution.

terry

Mai visto uno... bellissima la foto in B&W e che spettacolo anche le foto from Hawaii :)

Simona Carini

Grazie, Terry.

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