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August 18, 2009


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I wanted to emphasize the good diversity of views in the comments and the focus of discussion has a variety of arguments.

as promised!


Thank you!

Wow, Rebecca, this looks so yummy!
It's a fascinating way of doing pizza without a real oven for pizza.

Thanks for this fantastic recipe!

! disculpas por un pequeño error "Mwendoza" es Mendoza! saludos, Flor.

me gusta mucho! y cocinarla tambièn , es rica fria ò caliente, acompañada con cafè negro, un beso y saludos desde Bowen Mwendoza, Florencia.

We've been doing lots of grilled pizza, too. I love to set up a toppings bar and let everyone design his or her own little pizza.

So...I guess I'll have to make grilled pizza soon - It appears to be ALL the rage these days. Hmmm, I pray for courage after a recent failed experience

If we ever remodel our patio, we've already decided we're putting in a wood-fired grill, specifically for recipes such as these :)

Hello Rebecca!
I found your blog a couple of days ago, while I was doing some research online for names for my own site.
My name is Aledys, and I am originally from Córdoba (Argentina) but I live in the Netherlands. You can imagine then why, when I came across your blog, the word "Argentina" in your title called immediately my attention. :o)
It's been very intersting to read what about your experiences as an expat living in Argentina and to compare them with my own, an Argie living abroad!
Do I need to tell you that what I miss the most from Argentina is the food? :o)

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