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Everyone has a twin somewhere in the world. In the one middle school I work in, I've already seen a dozen twins to people I know at home... or maybe celebrities.
Siestas in Italy are a lie. There is only a large bowl of pasta for lunch, and no napping.
I learned how to make gnocci from scratch! I'm officially Italian.
"Gnocci" is also a word used to describe a hot guy. "Gnocco" is the plural. You can hear this term in the discos.
Thankful to know that at some point, I will be back in Merica, and I will never take these things for granted:
1. Toilet seats. You read correctly.
2. Cold drinks. Cold milk, cold water, cold juice, cold soda. Everything here is kept at room temp.
3. The fact that eggs are refrigerated.
4. The rule-abiding school system that I was ...
... didn't know that so he also ordered more food on top of it. I guess you could say we got an authentic Italian lunch. It lasted over three hours, had 4 courses, and was delicious. However, by the end I was begging for the food to stop. I have never been so full. Luckily, I was able to add to that with a *pizza* dinner three hours later with the Calzas and all of their friends.
That Sunday was pretty hard. ...
... flavor when I use Olive oil. I also have noticed that it seems like my olive oil supply last much longer than a stick or two of butter for around the same price.
The use of Olive oil; something I knew the Italians use in their everyday cooking. Yet, I had no way of even imagining how intertwined with their culture the olive is. You will hardly find a meal served in Italy that does not in some way contain olive oil. Whether used in ...
... food pyramid picture on: