Monthly Archives: August 2020

Confessions of an Art Thief

In December 2002, Octave Durham and an accomplice climbed onto the roof of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam using a ladder, broke a window with a sledgehammer, and lifted two priceless Vincent van Gogh paintings off the wall.  He … Continue reading

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Limoni e limoncello

Usato in molte culture e in molti piatti, il succo dei limoni sembra essere un condimento universale.  In Italia è usato per insaporire il pesce di mare lungo la costa, per fare rinfrescante sorbetto o una granita e poi per … Continue reading

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Lemons and Limoncello

Used in many cultures and for many dishes, the juice of lemons seems to be a universal condiment.  It is used to flavor fish and seafood along the beautiful coasts of Italy and to make refreshing sorbet / granita, Babà, … Continue reading

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