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March 31, 2012


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Sue St Clair

All this fresh food is making me hungry! Great collection for the theme :)

sandi @the whistlestop cafe

That brings a smile to my face!
When is Italy not fresh on our minds?

Jan Keshen

Love this fresh post!


A nice collection of "fresh" photos. I wish we could get artichokes fresh like that around here!

My addition to Photo Hunt "fresh" http://aquasunday.blogspot.com/2012/03/fresh-saturday-photo-hunt.html


You really have a cruel streak -- after seeing these photos, I'm this close to running out, jumping on a train for Naples (or maybe Monticchiello, or Diana's B+B....)

Peppylady (Dora)

We're sure hoping our artichokes does as well as they did last year in the garden. Mine is up and the coffee is on.

Vicki Crawford

All that fresh food and drink is mouthwatering. The artichokes were particularly interesting as I have never seen so many for sale like that.


Barb Cabot

Fabulous fabulous post. Love all the pictures and yes got my heart skipping beats right now. Congrats on booking the tickets. I can't remember if you discussed when and where in Italy you are going. Oh I'm turning green with envy! So happy for you.


Your comments on the wine in Italy got me remembering a friend who did study abroad in France, Germany and Italy -- all places, her friends noticed, famous for wine... ;b


Thanks for popping by on photo hunt Saturday!

Sandra - I don't know what you are referring to, you have ready access to much of this where you are already! SIGH

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