Saturday, March 16, 2013

Jesui-TAV

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   The new cesar of the Roman World Empire comes from Piedmont.



".....That does not mean he does not enjoy an occasional luxury, at least in relative terms. As a cardinal, he admitted enjoying an occasional "Bagna Cauda" prepared by nuns. "Bagna Cauda" — a name in the Piedmont dialect spoken by his parents whose families hailed from the region that includes the northern Italian city of Turin — is a classical farmer's dish that requires dipping roasted carrots, celery, artichokes, cauliflower and onions into a piping hot broth made from garlic, olive oil and butter, then serving the dish in a terra cotta bowl with a candle underneath...."

URL: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/03/16/pope-francis-food/1990057/



 Tuesday, December 04, 2012

New Age mystifications at the service of Roman Catholicism?


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