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... I had the Tagliata do vitello con sale grosso e rosmarino, which was veal with coarse salt and rosemary. It was outstanding. Two glasses of wine and I am well on my way to becoming Italian. Prior to dinner starting we had Prosecco (Italian champagne and red blood oranges. It was very good (check out picture.) I took no pictures at dinner since there was nothing to write home about (haha get it?)! I have included a picture of the wine (I am limiting myself to ...
... all sorts of truffle products , but I realised that I would not be able to fool those cute beagle "sniffer" dogs at Australian customs.
So..... We settled for lunch of fresh tagliatelle laced with truffle oil and with white summer truffle shaved on top - Bellissimo !!
Hope you enjoy the pics as much as we enjoyed the truffles ....... R&N ...
We stopped first in Ravenna today to see its ceramics and the tomb of Dante. The ceramics were nice but having seen the Blue Mosque eand Hagia Sofia in Istanbul I wasn't too impressed. Supposedly Cole Porter was inspired to write Night and Day while there. We then drive hrough the mountains and then Umbria for another two hours to ...
... a basilica) named after St Francis. Whilst the outside of the church is relatively plain, compared to some in Italy, the vast interior is almost completely covered by large frescos, most of them (28 to be exact) explain the life and passion of St Francis. Well worth the visit. While having lunch in the central plaza, we overheard a tour guide explaining to his group why the top half of the town had blue flags on display outside houses, the bottom half of the town has ...
... make some people squeamish. Dishes may include blood sausage, donkey snout, chitterlings or tripe. I know reading those words on a computer screen doesn't sound very appealing. I personally tried the local chitterlings which was mixed into mashed potato. I also sampled some other items, which I am not entirely sure what type of meat was used and it is probably better that way. The food was different but tasty. For all the foodies out there Lyon is worth a visit. ...