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  • So I decided to pull up my patch of broccoli raab aka cime di rapa.

    green soup

  • He is similar to Mc Cain his time has cime and gone.

    Gingrich to Republicans: Get behind Steele

  • As confirmation, the classic Italian cookbook the Silver Spoon gives no fewer than 10 versions although admittedly, one of these is a minestrone alla russa – aka borsch: one from Puglia, in the far south, based on their beloved turnip tops, or cime di rapa, a Neapolitan take heavy with Mediterranean peppers and aubergines, which makes an interesting contrast with a recipe from Milan, with its bacon lardons, parmesan and sage.

    How to cook perfect minestrone soup

  • Latest madness in my farce - we can no longer take the word of a member of the public who has reported a cime, and then decided that in fact no crime took place.

    Names Will Never Hurt You « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • But it is hard to find anyone from Turin eating orecchiette e cime di rape ear-shaped pasta with turnip greens or a Sicilian ordering saffron risotto.

    Where the Stomach Is the Way to the Heart

  • At Riva in Barnes last week, possibly my new best London restaurant, I had the most wonderful fishy double-up of starter and main, with puntarelle alla romana followed by cime di rapa ravioli with bagna cauda sauce.

    Bitter Weeds

  • That though, is really an argument for showing a degree of compassion more often, not for denying it in this instance, no matter the ghastliness of the cime for which Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi was convicted.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • I'd love to know why because no. the ctirime, especially since the cime was committed to ave Dean, does not warrant such a punishment.

    Supernatural: Abandon All Hope - Pink Raygun.com

  • Par tout le parc les platanes portent le ciel, et quelques-uns dans leur cime l'oiseau espiègle du soleil.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Se il giardino entra nel sangue siamo noi la voce degli uccelli che dalle cime dei salici chiamiamo la linfa in fiore.

    Arnold de Vos

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