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For everyone asking about us: we’re fine. Our apartment has a couple inches of standing water in the basement that they pumped out and it seems to have returned. This isn’t actually that big a deal in the short term, … Continue reading
It seems we’ve finally bested the pestilence! We’re starting to feel like humans again, but all that down-time was not without merit. Despite feeling like moving around outside the apartment was beyond our capabilities, we more or less hammered out … Continue reading
St. John’s Terrace http://www.stjterrace.it/ street: Via Gabi 7, Appio Latino, 00183 Rome email: info @ stjterrace.it phone: +39 335 63 96 671 We were in Rome for the first time last month and it left quite an impression. Actually, it … Continue reading
We did a road trip down to Northern Italy in December 2012 primarily to visit the grocery store(s) there. We ate like royalty in a fantastic agriturismo and spent the day with the best weather of the weekend exploring cute … Continue reading
This was a labor of love. I’ve learned to make a bolognese sauce that is pretty outstanding, but takes a few hours to make and at least one overnight to develop. We’ve had a pasta roller for about a year … Continue reading
I’ve been trying to get standard Thanksgiving dressing (or stuffing, if it’s in the bird) right for a long time. Unfortunately, it’s sort of a hard thing to test out in a two-person household. We had friends visiting a few … Continue reading
The Joint Agriturismo Ca’ de Memi de Scquizzato Ottorino via Roma 4/B 35017 Piombino Dese PD Tel.: +39 049 93 66 516 Mobile: +39 349 69 87 953 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.cadememi.it For our last minute trip to the Veneto, … Continue reading
Look closely at these pictures. What kind of business is putting up this display?
There are many Kansas City barbecue sauces that I enjoy: Rosedale is great when you want something sweeter, Jack Stack is nice when you want something thicker, but Gates is my all-purpose winner. I feel they do a great job … Continue reading