In this episode, food writer Simona Carini (Briciole) describes how she made use of both her artistic and her scientific side to learn how to make bread, pasta, and cheese. As she tells her inspiring story, Simona provides some of the details behind her artisan productions and shares her tips for a satisfying learning experience.
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5 thoughts on “[Thoughts on the Table – 25] Introducing food writer Simona Carini from Briciole”
Thank you, Paolo for having me as a guest of your series. It is a pleasure and an honor.
Thanks to you, Simona – it was fun and very interesting! I'm glad you enjoyed the experience 🙂
Paolo and SImona, Great interview! It reminded me what an extraordinary 'foodie' Simona isâ€”a master of homemade bread, pasta and even homemade cheese. Very few food bloggers have that kind of dedication to the actual craft of food making. And we're all the richer for it.
I am glad you enjoyed the interview, Frank. Thank you so much for your kind words. They are deeply appreciated 🙂
Thanks so much Frank – completely agree with you!
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