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Italians Do It Better

Italians Do It Better
by AN Jordan on May 30, 2011 in Practical Travel

Some of the things that Italian do better than most other parts of the world.

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Italy’s Beautiful Beaches & Their Delicious Foods

Italy’s Beautiful Beaches & Their Delicious Foods
by Maria Liberati on May 27, 2011 in Practical Travel

Celebrity Chef/Award Winning Author Maria Liberati guides us thorugh some of Italy’s most beautiful beaches and their “eats”. Marai is the author of the best selling book series The Basic Art of Italian Cooking.Join 100,000 worldwide subscribers at Maria’s BLOG at http://www.marialiberati.com.

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Italy’s Seven Wonder Meals

Italy’s Seven Wonder Meals
by Valentinaprimo on June 27, 2011 in Italy

Fresh ingredients and homemade meals make Italy one of the top destinations for cuisine enthusiasts. The secret lies not only in the ingredients, but also in the eating ritual. Here are the cities, the restaurants, and the ways to enjoy Italy’s seven most wonderful dishes to the fullest.

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Europe Holidays

Europe Holidays
by travelnews on January 13, 2011 in Italy

There are so many incredible things to do in Italy and it may be hard to choose but you can cover a lot of it if you tried. Places such as Venice, Rome, Tuscany, Florence and the famous wishing fountain, the Trevi,

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Thank You!

Thank You!
by ChocolateSwirls on December 23, 2010 in Hong Kong

A note of gratitude to all my friends who make my life so much fun!

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Thank You!

Thank You!
by ChocolateSwirls on December 16, 2010 in Practical Travel

A note of gratitude to all my friends who make my life so much fun!

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A Taste of Albania: A Recipe for Albanian Garlic-lemon Dressing

A Taste of Albania: A Recipe for Albanian Garlic-lemon Dressing
by Good Advice Publishing Company on November 8, 2010 in Europe

This overview of Albania – the country, the culture, the people, and a recipe, too – was prepared by Adam Beatty while a Marketing student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University.

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Capri Diem

Capri Diem
by Maria Liberati on March 26, 2010 in Italy

A visit to this magical isle wil have you “seizing the day” and uttering Capri Diem not Carpe Diem.Taste and tour Capri with Celebrity Chef/Award Winning Author-Maria Liberati.

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An Authentic Taste of Rome in Ny City’s West Village

An Authentic Taste of Rome in Ny City’s West Village
by Maria Liberati on January 4, 2010 in New York

A restaurant review of an authentic Roman style restaurant in NY City’s West Village. A great place to experience the traditional, rustic cuisine of Rome in the USA.

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Japanese Culinary Tradition

Japanese Culinary Tradition
by Cooke2cook on September 10, 2009 in World Cuisine

In Japanese tradition, the act of eating is transformed in art, refinement and ceremony. In the sixth century, when Buddhism was declared the official religion, meat was banned from the diet for the next 1200 years. Until the end of the nineteenth century, Japanese cuisine consisted of a vegetarian diet.

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