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May 11, 2008

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Maryann

How pretty and the recipe sounds wonderful! ah.."Al Fresco". I know him well. :)

Nicoletta

It's a great drink, Maryann. :) Actually, reading your comment I remembered the second, very common Italian meaning for the expression "al fresco". It means in prison! :)

Niall Harbison

Hi There

I just stumbled upon your blog and think it is an excellent read for foodies and especially like the photos and design of the blog.I started off as a blogger myself and realise the importance of a good clean design like you have here. I have now bookmarked it for myself to read and have added you to our new list of "all the food blogs in the world" on www.ifoods.tv which we have been compiling for the last month! Hopefully it will send you some traffic in the long run. Looking forward to reading your thoughts on food so keep up the good work and talk soon. Cheers

Niall Harbison

Hi There

I just stumbled upon your blog and think it is an excellent read for foodies and especially like the photos and design of the blog.I started off as a blogger myself and realise the importance of a good clean design like you have here. I have now bookmarked it for myself to read and have added you to our new list of "all the food blogs in the world" on www.ifoods.tv which we have been compiling for the last month! Hopefully it will send you some traffic in the long run. Looking forward to reading your thoughts on food so keep up the good work and talk soon. Cheers

Nicoletta

Thank you Niall, nice to "meet" you and to see you cooking eagerly on your website! I'll come and visit often, ciao!

Wine Blog

I work in a wine cellar and we always get peeps coming in asking for prosecco, gin, and campari for these. Seems like lots of people try them in Italy and can't kick the habit. Anyways, I'll have to give them a try because they look too refreshing to pass on.

Nicoletta

Hi Wine Blog, I know why: spritz is addictive. Try it and you'll know what I'm talking about. And I don't even like Campari! (pure, that is) :)

Paola

Ooh Nicoletta! This looks positively refreshing and delicious! I just love the colors and the fruits!

greetings!
paola

ps: and i agree, we better get more nice weather here!! ;)

Nicoletta

Paola, I read your comment only now, sorry for the late answer! Thank you for your greetings, I guess the weather we're having the last few days is not exactly what we'd like to see here, is it? ;) Ciao!

manuel

the original spritz,is with aperol ....6cl prosecco 4cl aperol 4cl soda ,slice of orange ice cubes and oliva

Nicoletta

Manuel, like there's not an "original" bolognese sauce (everyone will tell you their sauce is THE original) the'res not an original spritz. If you ask my friend Antonella from Padua, for example, she will tell you that her favourite spritz is made with Cynar. some like Aperol, some like Campari. If you travel around in Veneto you'll find lots of versions.

francesca

I agree with Manuel, a strawberry on a spritz? I never found in Venice, the city where i come from, a strawberry on my glass of spritz. Anyway, good receipe for a cocktail.

Nicoletta

Ever heard of the words "fantasy" and "innovation" and of the expression "out-of-the-box", Francesca? ;) Ciao.

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