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... salt and olive oil to the flour, knead and compress the dough to the correct thickness and then cut to desired shape,
There were three types of pasta we would be preparing for our upcoming lunch.
The first pasta was noodles, paglia e fieno or straw and hay, with porcini mushrooms.
Second was tortelli or what others call ravioli.
Third was gnocchi to make cantuccini di Prato or ...
... about our family's problems with Florence. I told him about the house we lost in Lambertesca, the Castle destroyed in Montagliari, about this villa which we were allowed to build as long as it remained a place of peace.
Then, only out of politeness, I invited him to leave his sorrow in the city and recover up here, in the pure air of Vignamaggio, with some of our wine and a good roast pheasant. The last thing I expected was for him to say yes. But he ...
Lynn here: Today was another adventure of many just getting from point A to point B with 7 people and all our stuff. We are becoming an efficient well oiled travel machine. I am so proud of our kids and am totally impressed by their teamwork and lack of complaining. Let's just say that I am totally surprised! Today, case in point, we had a bit of a snafu yesterday on Paul's bday when our plans to see the Sistine Chapel in Rome was blocked by ...
... We arrived in Firenze with no trouble - made our way to the bus terminal only to find out our bus is on the other side of town - So….hire a taxi agree on a price and go for it! We got a pretty good price and were in Fiesole in 15 minutes (so much faster than the bus).
Fiesole is a beautiful Etruscan village perched high atop a hillside overlooking Firenze. The view of the Duomo off in the distance and the Arno river valley ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTerre di Baccio Greve
If/when we go back to Tuscany, we will stay at Terre di Baccio.
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