Amore e pianto, vivono accanto

Arno River, Florence ~ Italy

arno-river-bridge_63727_990x742Arno River, Florence

Photograph by Heather Anne Campbell, My Shot

This Month in Photo of the Day: Your Photos

Spending the holidays traveling means fewer tourists and more clouds. This photo was taken on Christmas in Florence, Italy. Very few people were walking around, and the air was very still.

(This photo and caption were submitted to My Shot.)

What Makes This a Photo of the Day? This photograph has a delicate, painterly quality, which is lovely. The soft, gray light and the choice to show more sky above the bridge than water below reinforces the stillness of the day the photographer describes. —Alexa Keefe

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Collection of Florentine Recipes ~ one of my favorites

Carciofi ripieni

Carciofi ripieni = Artichokes filled with bread and….

Artichokes (two per person)
One bunch of parsley
Garlic (3 coves)
Olive oil
Breadcrumbs
Salt and pepper

Clean the artichokes cutting off the stalk and the tough leaves.
Grind the parsley and the garlic together, in a bowl place: a cup of breadcrumbs, add water, salt a little oil, the parsley and the garlic and mix all (the breadcrumbs will soak up about 1 or two glasses of water).

Open the leaver of the artichokes and with a tea spoon insert the mixture among the leaves. Place the filled artichokes in a saucepan so that they are standing one near the other. Cook (adding some water if necessary) until they are tender (test with a fork).

dip leaves into seasoned olive oil or melted butter with garlic

more florentine recipes @ link


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  1. Reblogged this on bearspawprint.

    February 15, 2013 at 4:56 am

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