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February 22, 2009


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Yes, the market at Camucia is great, but with more than TEN porchetta trucks it's hard to know which one to choose!

As for the variety and quality of the produce, after living in Umbria for 5+ years that's one of the most difficult challenges I face when we visit the states - tasteless tomatoes, dry, bitter oranges, tiny, pathetic looking fennel! Perhaps if we visited the states during the summer we could find some decent produce at a local farmer's market, but who'd want to leave Italy in the summer???

Dale Piazza

Hi Mary Ann, just checking in and trying to print some of these receipes. Trying to catch up on what I missed while taking care of my daughter and her new baby girl. So we are all very proud of our beautiful Isabella,and big sister Mary Grace (age 4) loves to help. Thank you for the great receipes. It always helps to have nice, frugal but VERY TASTY receipes. God Bless, Dale Piazza (chefnutty- this nickname was given to me many years ago when my daughter was still in high school and it stuck) HAHA

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