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June 12, 2006

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keiko

Hi Alberto - I'm glad you're back, you've been missed! Tallinn is one of the places I'd love to visit (maybe I should when Pille is back there...), thank you for sharing all the beautiful pictures and stories. I especially like the first picture, it's really lovely and atmospheric.

Pille

This is one of my favourite places back home - and I do believe it's quite authentic, as they consulted thoroughly with various historians in Tallinn. I usually only go for their creamy wild mushroom soup (love the nutty bread and cheesy spread that comes with it), and I also love their warm beers.. Their spicy sugared almonds are also delicious, I wrote about them on my blog last year..

Alberto

Keiko, thanks for both the kind words and compliments. I hope I'll manage to keep up the blogging in the near future: the real-life schedule is slowing down a bit... I hope it keeps thus. Happy you liked the opening shot, coming from you, the photo queen of food bloggers, I treasure the compliment very much.

Pille, thanks for the info about the historic research.It makes the place even more fascinating. I missed the 'shroom soup unfortunately. Well, now I have a reason to go back :-).

Pille

You're welcome, Alberto..
Mr Jüri Kuuskemaa, who's an expert of art history and 'medieval lifestyle' in Estonia, was one of the consultants. I recently read a great book by Ms Inna Põltsam, "Söömine-joomine keskaegses Tallinnas" alias eating & drinking in Medieval Tallinn, but it's in Estonian only:)

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