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Een bitter-zoete openingsdans

Aperitief is een Italiaans gebruik, bedoeld om je smaakpapillen te activeren. Het Latijnse woord aperire betekent openen. Het aperitief in Italië bestaat uit een drankje en daarbij een klein hapje, bijvoorbeeld olijven of chips, vlees of kleine gerechtjes. 618 more words

Experiment

Aperol Spritz in August

Strolling through cobbled streets in Rome and Naples this summer, I spotted bright red glasses on café tables. The color wasn’t a deep Chianti red, but more like the orange hue of a nine-o-clock sunset. 299 more words

Recipes

Pull up a stool at the bar at Cafe Nice

Marked by a neon pink sign out front and tucked up the top of Phillip Street, Cafe Nice is part of the Fratelli Fresh family – their first foray into French fare, and a successful one at that.  162 more words

Bar

Aperol Spritz

Without trying to sound too bumptious, surely one of the key pleasures of a holiday is learning to adjust to a different rhythm or routine. Here in Tuscany for a couple of weeks, it is clear that Italians regard alcohol as an accompaniment to food, not as something consumed by itself; the end of the day is not marked by the cocktail hour, but by an… 235 more words

Aperol

The Blood Orange Aperol Spritz

Many of the evenings I recently spent in Italy began like this:

A hot evening, a crowded patio, an Italian sunset, and several Aperol Spritzes. During  245 more words

Recipes

Hen do with Mermaids

Kate (@katelovesale) was away on training camp for my ‘official hen’ do so we had to have another hen do ‘mermaid style’. The day didn’t involve any swimming but it certainly involved lots of our other favourite activities. 280 more words

Adventures

Caravan King's Cross, Granary Building, Granary Square, 1, London, N1C 4AA

The best way to start a day is to have a perfect breakfast. As was told by W. Somerset Maugham, “To eat well in England you should have breakfast three times a day.” Although I don’t fully agree with this, I should admit, that breakfast-oriented cafes are exceptional in London. 387 more words