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... one that I would bring back. The gnocchi though has always been one of my favorites and it was so eaaasyyy to make! So was the pesto, so you if you're not friends with me now, you're going to want to be because I may not be a chef, but I can follow a recipe pretty darn well. Another weird thing: balsamic vinegar caramel--strange, but good!
On Saturday, I had a field trip for my Food, Culture, and Society class ...
... ones, with some fairly complicated train trips. But Joy will get to see the birthplace of her favourite boyfriend. Milan is only about 30 miles away, and we really could not pass by the chance to pay our respects to the great man.
More of this tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow. Somebody famous said that didn't they?
Photos for this section of the blog are from Michael's wanderings. Joy's doggies are going up all on their own!
... shop for underwear in Yamamay! They grizzle at each other, they growl, they ignore, they whine.... They prance, they drag their feet, they amble and loll, they patiently wait, they ask 'can we go now?', they can be an unhappy fella, they pee, they c**p..... They are a status symbol, a loved companion, a way of meeting people.....they are Parma's dogs!
Where else in the world ...
... de resistance...... La Scapiliara ....a drawing of Umber, amber greened and white lead on panel by no less than Leonardo da Vinci. She is stunning. Joy spent ages with her nose about 6 inches from this marvellous work studying the colour, the shapes, the brushstrokes and the beauty. An artists dream....to get so close to an old master with no alarms going off, no staff telling one to keep away and also being able to photograph it (no flash of course).
... weather was lovely. Sunny and warm and I kept doing short distances on the highway to make some distance and then driving on small roads through small villages.
I had to find an AMT machine as I had stopped at 4-5 different petrol stations but none of them accepted VISA card. Luckily I did have a bit of Euro in cash the first time I had to fill up the bike. I continued and came through Fiorenzula d'Arda and looked for a place to eat. I went ...