Italy: More Food

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The Negroni — an Italian specialty that only half of our group enjoyed.

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Cake and chocolate from Lucca.

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My first Brandy Alexander.  I am a fan.

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Simplicity: homemade pasta with oil, basil, and clams.

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Rabbit.

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Gin Fizz.  Not bad.

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2 thoughts on “Italy: More Food

    • I believe it is gin, campari, and vermouth. I think it tastes like nail polish remover smells, but a lot of our group loved it. I mean, we joked that they could never just have one, so you knew it was going to be an interesting night when they had their first one ;P

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