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my cuisine/ moja kužina







Somewhere I have read that Pavarotti had once said that one of nicest things about life is that we regularly have to stop what we're doing and devote our attention to eating...I think he must have been on to something:)

Thank you all for your sweet comments!

Negdje sam pročitala da je Pavarotti jednom rekao kako je jedna od najdivnih stvari u životu to što redovito moramo prestati radi štogod radimo i posvetiti pozornost jedenju....Mislim da to mu je ta misao išla u dobrom pravcu:)

Hvala svima na vašim komentarima!

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  1. oh, I would like to taste each of those dishes:))) Zebra cake we are cooking too, but I'm not actually sure that the taste and recipe is the same. I guess you are creative in each parts of you life, including the cookery:)))

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  2. Ho appena finito cena e mi è venuta fame, fai tu! :D

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  3. Sono d'accordo con lui! E quante cose buonissime Ivana, la zebra cake mi ispira tanto!XD Un bacio!

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  5. Jao palacinke :) Mogu uvek da ih jedem (posebno ako su sa Nutellom haha)
    Pozdrav, Tina
    www.tinasstylesinners.blogspot.com

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  6. Wow, so yummy
    have a nice day

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  7. Mljac, prvo mi izgleda posebno dobro!

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  8. Che delizie, Ivana! Caterina www.imieioutfit.blogspot.com

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  9. Home cooking is where the heart is. Very nice.

    http://www.thefashionstirfry.com

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  10. mmmmmmm delicious!! I love cooking and some ideas here are really original! I have to try them!

    Kisses!

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