Hotel Ristorante Torresi
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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 ...
... difficult time reading the Italian menu. Apparently a small village isn't adequately prepared for English speaking tourists. The Calza family was almost 45 minutes late too. It wasn't even mentioned when we greeted each other. This was not my first indication of the lack of urgency that exists in Europe. We weren't able to meet Barbara, the mom, at lunch because she was sick. Paolo ordered for the whole table, ...
... associated with it.
There are many different types of Olive oils in use today. The most preferable being extra virgin olive oil. Extra virgin undergoes the least amount of processing and heat treatment when compared to other olive oils. While In Italy I was luckily enough to experience the harvesting and the pressing of olives into extra virgin oil. During the process the olives are pressed by massive marble wheels then ...
... food pyramid picture on:
... upon as just another factor involved with everyday life.
It is pretty easy for me to have a passion for wine with just the acquired knowledge of how important a factor it plays in the Italian culture since I have lived here in Macerata, but It might interest you to know that the Italians have had it right in more ways than culture. TLC, which I will go over in more depth in a later blog, is all about therapedic life changes. ...