Godiamo, la tazza, la tazza e il cantico, la notte abbella e il riso; in questo paradiso ne scopra il nuovo dì – excerpt from ‘Libiamo ne’ Lieti Calici’, “La Traviata” by Giuseppe Verdi [In English] Be happy; The wine and singing beautify both the night and the laughter Let the new day find us [...]
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Buon cibo, buon vino, buoni amici – Unknown When there’s a blizzard outside, having warmth, good food, wine, and company is priceless. A fireplace adds a nice touch as well. There are many foods that comfort the soul, but today’s choice is heavily influenced by my favorite person in the world who happens to come [...]
I promised one of my readers that I would create a post and recipe for a more Chinese version of beef broccoli, so here it is! The main difference in this version is the type of broccoli used. In my family, Chinese broccoli is as common as eating spinach or lettuce — a weekly staple, [...]
Beef broccoli is probably one of the most popular entrees at a typical Chinese restaurant. Oh yes, it’s right up there on the charts with fried rice, chow mein, sweet and sour [name your meat], and pot stickers. I often chuckle at these various dishes because of the Americanized stereotype associated with them, essentially portraying [...]