Residenza Antica Canonica
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... Now, there are only 2 homes that are still inhabited. This village existed since Roman times and of special religious significance. First there was a pagan temple here. Then, according to tradition, a Roman centurion converted to Christianity and was martyred and buried here in a crypt/chapel at the lower level of this building. Later he was canonized as Saint Crescentino. Visiting this chapel with its early medieval feel is an opportunity to ponder on ...
... get empty...after lunch she led us down to the family wine cellar and below that the family tombs (so blessed we don't keep our grandmas in the basement) we bid farewell and promised to be Facebook friends forever. After lunch we visited the area in town where New Moon was filmed... The cathedral was so cool... We took a much needed caffeine break, shopped a little more and headed down the hill to meet Lucca for our trip back ...
... salt and water. However, particular attention must be paid to the process for the dough to be perfect.
How To Make Pizza Dough
Strong white flour is best (in some countries this flour is marked as bread flour). Although plain flour can be used as well, it does not have the same high gluten content and therefore the finished pizza dough will not be as stretchy. Watching a pizza chef doing acrobatics with the dough is proof enough how elastic the ...
... keep going we wouldn't make it back down in time, or alive, for the train back to Rome. This unserstood, the five of us turned around and hoofed it back to the bottom.
My train of thought was something like "This is a little miserable, but I won't verbalize that because I got us into this mess. I would like some food, please, and a nap."
So then we walked through the town at the bottom of the hill (not Cortona, not ...