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Re: Italy: Rome and Vatican

Post #21by Vincent » 07.01.2010, 22:08

jogad wrote:
Vincent wrote:E quando sono stato a Roma, ho anche provato
un gelato al Roquefort

Sans blague ? Vraiment d?gueu.

Oui, en plus je n'aime pas du tout le Roquefort... :roll:

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Re: Italy: Rome and Vatican

Post #22by Chuft-Captain » 08.01.2010, 14:28

It is my opinion, after an intensive (and expensive :roll:) study of both, that Rome has the best Gelato, and Florence has the best coffee. Mmmmmm :P
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Re: Italy: Rome and Vatican

Post #23by jogad » 08.01.2010, 16:37

What have I done to deserve this? :roll:
Rilett33 where are you? Come back and kill me right now!

oh, I know. This is a topic about food and ice cream and its title is wrong.

For those who want to be actually off topic, I suggest to post remarks and questions about the addon. (Not so interesting, I agree.)

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Re: Italy: Rome and Vatican

Post #24by Fenerit » 08.01.2010, 22:24

t00fri wrote:
Vincent wrote:Eh, Fridgero, non sapevo che potessi scrivere l'italiano cos? bene. :)

Europa, eh!? ;-)

I gelati sono buonissimi in Italia ! Quello che preferisco e quello
alla panna cotta. E quando sono stato a Roma, ho anche provato
un gelato al Roquefort. :mrgreen:

Boah! :blue:

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Fridger, your name exist even in Italy and is Frigerio. Is pretty diffuse amongst "grandfathers". (try to google)

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It is my opinion, after an intensive (and expensive :roll:) study of both, that Rome has the best Gelato, and Florence has the best coffee. Mmmmmm :P

The best coffee is in Naples. :wink:
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Re: Italy: Rome and Vatican

Post #25by Chuft-Captain » 09.01.2010, 00:07

jogad wrote:What have I done to deserve this? :roll:
Rilett33 where are you? Come back and kill me right now!

oh, I know. This is a topic about food and ice cream and its title is wrong.

For those who want to be actually off topic, I suggest to post remarks and questions about the addon. (Not so interesting, I agree.)
I can only say that my excuse is it's the "Silly Season" here in the Southern Hemisphere. 8) (.. and I am in the habit of reading the last post, but not the title. :oops: )
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Re: Italy: Rome and Vatican

Post #26by Fenerit » 10.01.2010, 00:48

Chuft-Captain wrote: (.. and I am in the habit of reading the last post, but not the title. :oops: )

Well, since PM doesn't work, I post here too (whether I've catch what CC asking for)

Eh, Fridgero, non sapevo che potessi scrivere l'italiano cos? bene
(Eh, Fridger I do not knew (believed) that (you) could write italian so well)

I gelati sono buonissimi in Italia ! Quello che preferisco [e] ? quello alla panna cotta. E quando sono stato a Roma, ho anche provato un gelato al Roquefort.
(Ice creams are very good in Italy! That I prefer is that with the cooked cream. And when I went in Rome, I tried (tasted) even a Roquefort' ice cream (a french cheese!).
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Re: Italy: Rome and Vatican

Post #27by Chuft-Captain » 17.01.2010, 03:37

Fenerit,

You might like to try Heston Blumenthal's Bacon and Egg icecream: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6CLoRuvGcY

:)

.... and if you like that, you'll probably also like his Snail Porridge!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_U996f2 ... re=related 8O

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Re: Italy: Rome and Vatican

Post #28by Fenerit » 17.01.2010, 04:11

Chuft-Captain wrote:Fenerit,

You might like to try Heston Blumenthal's Bacon and Egg icecream: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6CLoRuvGcY

:)

.... and if you like that, you'll probably also like his Snail Porridge!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_U996f2 ... re=related 8O

Disclaimer:
This is not intended to be an endorsement of either Heston Blumenthal or The Fat Duck.

Argh! No thanks, I don't know how gelato is eaten in NZ but here is a serious affair and assumes even social customs: at least cone for men and cup for women. :wink: It's difficult to see a woman eating cone ice-cream: too erotic.
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Re: Italy: Rome and Vatican

Post #29by Chuft-Captain » 17.01.2010, 07:47

Fenerit wrote:Argh! No thanks, I don't know how gelato is eaten in NZ but here is a serious affair and assumes even social customs: at least cone for men and cup for women. :wink: It's difficult to see a woman eating cone ice-cream: too erotic.
Had a feeling you wouldn't go for it.:lol: (Maybe if you were French...)
I'd love to comment on the Freudian aspects of Italian men's connection with food, women, their Momma's home cooking, etc, etc,.., but in this forum any generalization like that is likely to be deemed Racial Profiling, so I'm afraid I must refrain from going there... :roll:

As for gelato in NZ... it pales in comparison to the Italian version. Technically, I don't think NZ ice-cream can actually be called gelato because of the ingredients and the way it's made.
Personally, if money was no object, I'd return to Italy anytime, just for the gelato and the coffee!! ... (Not to mention...the antipasti, the pasta, ....) :)

Sorry Jojad, we're still pretty much off-topic.
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Re: Rome, Vatican, ice cream and so on...

Post #30by jogad » 17.01.2010, 10:37

Hello,

Chuft-Captain wrote:Sorry Jojad, we're still pretty much off-topic.

Absolutely not :!:
Read carefully the title of this topic. You are very welcome.

Chuft-Captain wrote:Had a feeling you wouldn't go for it.:lol: (Maybe if you were French...)
As you know, I am French.
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Re: Rome, Vatican, ice cream and so on...

Post #31by Chuft-Captain » 17.01.2010, 11:25

jogad wrote:As you know, I am French.
Can you develop?
Actually, I didn't realize you were French :oops: , but (as a Frenchman) I'm sure that you might like -
Chuft-Captain wrote:.... and if you like that, you'll probably also like his Snail Porridge!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_U996f2 ... re=related 8O

http://www.google.co.nz/search?hl=en&as ... =&safe=off

:wink:

Of course, maintaining the perfectly politically correct style of the forum, I'm not trying to stereotype the French by suggesting that ALL Frenchmen like to eat snails, or that Frenchmen ARE snails, ... or in fact that all snails should be eaten.
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Top 10 Ice Cream Consuming Countries in the World

Post #32by Chuft-Captain » 10.02.2010, 11:41

Top 10 Ice Cream Consuming Countries in the World: http://www.sendicecream.com/top10icecrea.html

Fenerit, interestingly Italy does not feature at all on this list. (I must say, I was surprised!)
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Re: Top 10 Ice Cream Consuming Countries in the World

Post #33by Fenerit » 10.02.2010, 17:15

Chuft-Captain wrote:Top 10 Ice Cream Consuming Countries in the World: http://www.sendicecream.com/top10icecrea.html

Fenerit, interestingly Italy does not feature at all on this list. (I must say, I was surprised!)

Bah! here is said a bit the contrary:http://www.lifeinitaly.com/food/ice-cream.asp
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