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“So I decided to pull up my patch of broccoli raab aka cime di rapa.”
“He is similar to Mc Cain his time has cime and gone.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Par tout le parc les platanes portent le ciel, et quelques-uns dans leur cime l'oiseau espiègle du soleil.”
“Se il giardino entra nel sangue siamo noi la voce degli uccelli che dalle cime dei salici chiamiamo la linfa in fiore.”
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