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Tu mi vuoi far morir di nostalgia! I miei amici migliori sono lì con te, accidenti. ^_^


Ciccina, i tuoi amici mica scappano, son sempre qui che ti aspettano per una cenetta, no? :) Quando passi da Amsterdam? Baciotti


What a beautiful cooking experience in that fantastic kitchen, great friends, great food!


Thank you Marie, I have indeed wonderful friends. I call them "La Famiglia" since we're practically all in the same situation: expats with no family around who found a "chosen family" in their friends. A very important part of my life, one I could and most of all would never do without. Big kiss to you from Amsterdam, grande cuoca! :)

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