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Hot!! 39 C! I'm In Italy! Bologna...for work, but I have a day or so of free time to explore and practice my Italian. Gary and I arrived about 5pm. The flight was a few hours late, and when we arrived, the Bologna airport was packed. Even the men's room had a line. We waited for my luggage and then went out to get a taxi, but the taxi line had a …
... milk and it is then gently heated until it starts to curdle. Once it reaches optimal temperature, they begin cutting the curds. (see video) The milk is then allowed to sit for a time so the curds separate from the whey, and the curds settle to the bottom of the copper kettles. Now comes the fun part........Using a long wooden paddle, the curds that have settled and congealed on the bottom of the kettle are pulled up to the surface and placed in cheesecloth. This is the "birthing ...
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We've spent 10 beautiful days in Bologna with almost perfect weather. We expected cool temperatures but mostly we've had warmth (mid 70s) and sunshine. We've walked the city, eaten at many cafes and restaurants and have been enjoying every minute.
One day we took a cooking class in someone's home and learned how to make pasta the Bolognese way. With "big Carlos"', ...
... wines were sparkling for dinner which was a nice change of pace. We had a light Prosecco to start, a Lambrusco with the meal, and a sweet Moscato d'Asti with dessert. (Shout out to Aunt Janice and Melissa--I finally found your Moscato!--cm) It was definitely a day centered around food, and tomorrow the trend will continue. We will leave before dawn on our way to see the making of parmigiano reggiano and then to sample balsamic vinegars. It's lights out ...
... of that day. Amazing pasta! At 2pm we had a factory tour booked and pulled onto the Ferrari site. No photos allowed here. Only three of us on tour. Felt very special. They took us to see the F1 site where all the previous F1 vehicles have been sold to clients (six a year, valued from 1.2m to 2.9m) and are kept there to be maintained and raced on special days organised by Ferrari. How the other half live! Then we saw FXX and 599 racing Ferrari's which are only allowed on sports ...