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Ezio Melega
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Virescit Vulnere Virtus
Virescit Vulnere Virtus

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Vegetarian chili, more or less +Vincent Baker​'s recipe

Is spicy
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The wonderful cake topping made by +Debora Violini deserves a whole post.
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Wedding pics are here!!!!!!!
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13/12/17
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L: "We don't like the new cage yet"
D: "No we don't! It's big and different! This is torture!"
L: "But the humans are also making and buying us a lot of nice, new places where we can cuddle and sleep..."
D: "Hmmm, true. Let's wait and see, but I'll be grumpy all the time!"
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Urban Survival Tip #27
Never antagonize a postal worker in December.

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It's dangerous to go alone.
Mostly because of Webby.
If you are alone you are not even her prey, you are her pawn.

Stick together.

Most badass duck ever.
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AMERICANS!

VEGETARIAN CROCK POT CHILI RECIPES!
GO!

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Calabria holds a peculiar place it the Italian immaginarium.

It's seen as a backward, harsh and dangerous land, inhabitated by backward, harsh, and dangerous people, that will stab you, rob you, kidnap you or just bbully you with the help of an infinite and close-knit clan at the drop of an hat.
For sure it's one of the poorest Italian regions, and saw a massive post-WWII internal and externam emigration, with whole towns deserted and basically refounded in North Italy and America, and has some huge organized crime problems.

But, those who knows such things, call it one of the most beautiful Italian regions.

It also produces several famous and valuable pepper chili varieties, that average around the same hotness as cayenna, with a distinctive and, of course, extremely, extremely harsh.
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11/12/17
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The plain of Metaponto in Basilicata is that part of the Italian coast between the "point" (Calabria) and the "heel" (Puglia), the north coast of the Ionio sea. Once the center of rich and powerful region it was the heart of Magna Graecia, and saw the last teachings of the likes of Pythagoras.

Now it's... forgotten. Totally, utterly forgotten.
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WRONG!!!
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