Response to What Is The Best Kept Secret In Your Hometown?:
Milan, Italy is well known for fashion shopping in via Montenapoleone; obvious sightseeing are the Duomo Cathedral and the Castle, but… have you evar heard of S. Satiro? It’s been founded on such a small place they had to study a way to fit in the apsis, perspective was the answer. Another very cool thing to know about is the Boschi Di Stefano contemporary italian painting collection: free entry and so rich in the original owner’s flat that even the ceilings are tightly packed with canvases. Very few know that once Milan had more canals than roads, even Leonardo Da Vinci worked at the planning of this water system, now everything has been covered.
Response to The Book No One Can Read:
WE’re ready to learn about other mockeries, like the
why is that horse dressed ?
Pompei and Ercolano were destroyed by a rain of thin ashes. No lava involved at all.
Response to 33 Things Brits Do Better Than Everyone Else:
9. It’s actually HARRY CHARLES BECK
Response to 99 Things You Need To Know About Franz Ferdinand Before The 100th Anniversary Of His Assassination:
Good job Joseph Burgess
Response to The Only Way To Wear Denim:
Italian Indipendent by Lapo Elkann put out a whole bunch of stuff in denim: a fridge, glasses, a double-breasted bespoke denim suit… and of course jeans & shirts in special denim, like with carbonfibers or dyed in very expensive Amarone wine.
Response to The Easiest Way To Make Awesome Coffee:
Yeah, might be the way to drink that kind of… whatever that is. Get a real moka, like Bialetti (15€, maybe 25US$ because it’s imported), put the indicated amount of water, two teaspoons of coffee in the special funnel, screw top, put on fire; 5 min. to boil and you’re already done with a real coffee.
It’s the power of extraction versus the pffft of the infusion: simple, easy, clean, fast, excellent.
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Response to This Goo Will Be Your Next Phone Case:
“T” like Thixotropy
Italy’s meal is wrong. Absolutely no pasta and no sauce, but “tortellini in brodo”. That’s because Catholics consider Christmas Eve, the 24th, as a lean dinner. Plates with fish, veggies and cheese are correct, but eel is served at the 25th meal or even better at the New Year’s Eve for it brings luck.
Response to Elephant And A Guy With A Green Piano:
so that’s how elefants kiss
Response to The Raw Brains Taste Test:
Now bring the diced calf’s brain to sautée with some good rice, cook it while adding continuosly boiling broth and you’ll get one of the most amazing risotto of your life.
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