Best Western Hotel Dei Principati
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... out just the perfect moment to take my sunset photo of Napoli… looking so clean and beautiful from this distance.
Reaching Torre del Greco
There’s no way I’m going to backtrack all the way back to Ercolino. Instead, when I reach the first turn off I take a left, hoping it will take me to the next town down the road, Torre Del Greco. It looks like this is going to be a very long day of hiking, getting close to that 40 km mark ...
... the corner and pulled into the next layby to assess the damage. Amazingly, not that bad! Just a metre long shallow scrape down the caravan side - 'The Sorrento Scar'. Well, we now look like every other Italian vehicle here - it is hard to spot one that isn't damaged in some way or another, just a shame it was the caravan and not the car - I could have just blamed the thieves instead of it being a clear case of 'operator error'. The final couple of miles were very quiet ...
... with your café you get zucchero-crema which is a creamy espresso flavored sugar mixture that adds a wonderful sweetness to the espresso. It is made by whipping together espresso and sugar until you have an almost caramel colored foam, and it is delicious!
This was absolutely the best way to see the city of Naples. We had such wonderful hosts and it really felt like we had friends showing us the best of the city instead of an official tour from a ...
At Lucio's pizza shop, which had a huge wood fired pizza oven we learned about the natural yeast that he uses in the pizza bases. Wow what a difference that makes. We then watched him make a pizza and then it was our go. Beautiful base, homemade sauce, Bernadettos cheese and some fresh ham went on mine. Shame I had eaten all that cheese and salami ...
... an aqueous solution) by using a refractometer and the organoleptic properties of the juice. If the measurements fit within the set tolerances the batch can be released.
The juice is then pasteurised, using the high temperature short time method, it's heated to about 72°C for about 15 to 30 seconds (all those food processing lectures are coming back to me!) in order to kill spoilage microorganisms to make a safe product with an ...