Don’t Blame the Chard!

I had the honor of being a guest on fabulous Renard’s World, Beautiful People, and I am giving you an offer you can’t refuse!

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What comes from Sicily? Most people have the answer on the tip of their tongues: the mafia and Mount Etna volcano. Both are pretty dangerous, so if it’s on the tip of your tongue, you better spit it out! But seriously, no other place in Italy has so many ruins because no other place had that many invaders throughout the ages: Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs – you name it, and you’ll find that at some time or another, they traipsed through the biggest Mediterranean island and left their mark on the island’s rich history. Sicily has something for everyone. If you are an opera lover, like me, Palermo boasts the largest opera house in Europe. If you can spend hours admiring old buildings, Baroque churches in Noto and Modica are world-famous. And if you are a foodie, that’s where both caponata and cannoli come from, among other scrumptious…

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    1. It is – I love it! It’s so versatile.

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  1. spearfruit says:

    Interesting post Dolly. Thanks fur sharing. Happy New Year!

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    1. Thank you, Gary! Same to you and your family!

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  2. purpleslob says:

    Don’t blame the chard?? Can’t wait to see what that means!

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    1. It means I am crazy – don’t you know it by now?

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      1. purpleslob says:

        🙂 Takes one to know one!

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