Finalmente approda La Pizza di San Martino in Bottiglieria! Un prodotto che rappresenta la cultura del territorio di Fragneto l'Abate.
La sua origine è antichissima, gli affittuari dei terreni, i “coloni” preparavano questa sorta di “focaccia” e la donavano ai “signori”, ai proprietari il giorno 11 Novembre, il giorno di San Martino. Era questo infatti il giorno che segnava tradizionalmente la fine dell’anno “agrario” e in cui avveniva il pagamento, il saldo.
Adesso finalmente sono riusciti a registrare il marchio!
Can't wait to be warming up for @sircoxsone with @mc_brother_culture blessing the mic!! @vibrationlab alongside and others!! This is going to be a heavy dance at the @refreshment_room Cop your half price tickets now!! ❤️💛💚❤️💛💚❤️💛💚❤️💛💚 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dub-kitchen-xmas-special-sir-coxsone-outernational-tickets-80691024025
Part 3 of our “travel phrases” crash course covers Italian! If you are planning on traveling to Italy soon, or if you just want to know a little bit of the language, here are a few simple phrases to know... Please / Per favore
Thank you / Grazie
Excuse me / Mi scusi
I am looking for... / Sto cercando.. I’m sorry / Mi dispiace
I don’t understand / Non capisco
Café Hafa is located along the cliff top overlooking the Bay of Tangier. Opened in 1921, the cafe has retained its 1920s style of decor and through the years has been visited by numerous writers and singers, from Paul Bowles and William S. Burroughs, to The Beatles and the Rolling Stones. The cafe is known for its mint tea, a Tangier special brew.
With its simplicity, with its dominance over the Strait of Gibraltar, with its plastic chairs, its mosaic tables, with its blue walls, with its trees that grow without concern to none and with charm to which no one can resist, the Café Hafa has built its glory, its history and its reputation that crossed borders and have inspired numerous international writers.
The Ngardang Girri Kalat Mimini exhibition at The Central Goldfields Art Gallery finished today. Thanks so much to @netsvictoria@creative_vic@regionalartsvic for your funding support. Thank you so much to @centralgoldfieldsartgallery and staff, as well as the council staff. Thank you to all the artists for sharing their work and participating in all the activities in Maryborough. Thanks to family and friends and everyone that came to the exhibition or who participated in workshops. Pretty sure when we crunch the numbers, the results will be life changing for our community. It’s been amazing and there is more to come from Ngardang Girri Kalat Mimini #staytuned#Indigenousart#indigenousartists#cukture#art#centralgoldfields
Боевой гопак (Fighting Hopak) - traditional sport of Ukraine
We invite you to the world of traditional sports. Create with us and share knowledge about these amazing sports.
After seeing this, you guys gonna miss your mom and grandma to whom you used to ask "Maa, meri roti thodi karari kar dena." Those were the golden day's and not many of us today have the privilege to be born n brought up to this culture transformation. Now we never have the chance to that special 'Chulhe ki karari roti' with lots of Ghee. Good old day's. That kind of taste in food is hard to get on LPG stoves.
Some facts to share with you about "Chulha or Hearth:" 1. These #Hearth are made up of special marl clay usually brown in color which results in a strong structure and can cope up with the high temperature due to continuous burning of #woods .
2. Small #wooden logs and sticks are used to cook food in these Hearth which people get from #forest .
3. It is #scientifically proven that food prepared on these hearth is more #healthy then the food prepared on LPG stoves or electric Owens.
4. This practice of #cooking meal is still in use in most of the #Himalayan villages and the people who can't afford #modern facilities.
5. One biggest drawback of this is it produces lot of smoke which has some health hazards.
6. In old day's the ash and coal produced by burning of woods in Hearth were used in washing clothes, utensils and even as a fertilizer in the fields.
7. The design of these hearth varies from place to place.
🔯 📷 from @himanipirta - चूल्हे का खाना ! ❤ 🍛 I still remember the aroma of burning wood mixed with the fragrance of freshly painted wet clay and Daadi's special dish '' laute '' getting ready on top of chulha as I wait greedily for it while sitting in badhotku ( the special corner seat near Chulha ) , sipping fresh Chash ( lassi ) from my brass glass . Ummmm , the happy childhood ! I miss you Daadi . 😘