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  1. Judy says:

    Congratulations, Silvia! The food and photography (and the recipes, of course!) all look fantastic! Really looking forward to getting my copy.

    1. Thanks Judy! Your comment makes me very happy!
      Silvia

  2. Natalie says:

    Oh, this is on my Christmas wish list! But you’re a hard act to follow in the kitchen, Sylvia. Thanks for sharing your culinary delights with us! x

    1. Thanks Natalie, that is so sweet!

  3. Danielle says:

    I made the pizza out of your book and my (very fussy) husband asked what I had done differently, because it was the best pizza base he had ever eaten. Thank you, I can’t wait to cook more.

    1. Danielle, You have just made my day! So so happy to hear it. Grazie!

  4. Diana says:

    I just heard your ABC radio interview whilst driving and found it most interesting especially the way you described our Italian heritage of food and how you enlightened the interviewer! My family are from Friuli, my husband from le Marche and my brother in law from Abbruzzi – can’t wait to get a copy of your book!

    1. Dear Diana,

      thank you so mu h for your message and your support, it means a lot to me. Friuli, Marche and Abruzzi make a perfect trinity of food and wine!
      All the best
      Silvia

  5. It looks gorgeous Silvia! Well done and a big congratulations! 😀

    1. Thanks Lorraine! Your support means a lot to me.
      Silvia

  6. Wendy says:

    Hi Silvia, I caught your new program by accident last Thursday….what a delightful discovery! As a health and fitness professional I was overjoyed to realise the simplicity and beauty of authentic Italian food. A lover of culture and Italian food…I am now incredibly inspired to learn how to cook authentic Italian and I am committed to find a foodie tour of scenic Italy to enjoy in the coming year or two. Thank you for sharing your cooking wisdom. If you ever plan on doing a cooking tour in Italy I will be front row!

  7. Anna Peters says:

    My parents were both from Trieste but have both sadly passed, my mother recently and sadly along with them went some of the wonderful recipes. Have you done one of your shows around Trieste? Do you have recipes for Brodetto with Semolina Gnocchi, Yota and dad used to make these great Apricot Dumplings that were covered in breadcrumbs and fried. Love your shows and am jealous that you are able to stay so slim!!

    1. Very sad to hear about your parents. I fully understand the need to re connect with your roots. My friend Paola has a beautiful blog called “Italy on My mind” and she’s from Trieste, perhaps she has those recipes?
      xx

      1. Anna Peters says:

        Thank you so much Silvia, I have looked at Paola’s website and purchased 2 books. Hopefully some of my parent’s recipes will be in there to enjoy forever. My son is a Chef and he and all of mum and dad’s grandchildren loved their Nonna’s food. Take care

      2. Well Done! Her books are excellent!

  8. Ricky Criscione says:

    Hello Silvia I would like to buy all your cook books for my wife would you be able to sign them for my wife Maria .

    1. Maybe you could meet me at some event for the release of my new cookbook next month and bring the books along for me to sing? I will post details of the events soon.

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