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E si paga ovunque, come un virus che non abbiamo ancora sconfitto e che piaga uomini di ogni razza e latitudine. Both are acts of creation, revealing something hidden: an unexpected combination of objects, sounds, images and physical perceptions. Both vanish in a blink of an eye. To dream and to reveal are about the same word. That's probably why I find myself as a theatre artist and a journalist.
I create dreams that reveal something. I hope that they inspire dreams in others ". Jose Saramago, Nobel Prize. La morte della figlia dell'imperatore d'Etiopia. Protestantesimo - C'e' un tempo per. The reason all three plays are classic, is that any person may find himself there, regardless of the thickness of his wallet or type of profession. Or he can look at himself from the sidelines and realize that he often lacks the essentials of life - family, love, and people.
Clean and bright colors white, blue, red and black of decorations and costumes create the atmosphere of a sunlit southern resort. It is difficult to understand, which of both worlds in this story has lost its mind, but this absurd reality or the real absurdity throughout the course of the play makes viewers almost go mad and laugh. ON the Theatre Web Site:. The Love of Three Oranges.
The very kind waitress asked us if it was ok to wait 20 minutes, and of course we were more than happy to do it, but 20 minutes soon became 40 when we finally got seated. Well, it can happen when the kitchen is particularly busy and orders keep piling up, right? Soon another waiter came to our table and when I was about to order, he informed us that the food would have taken another 15 minutes. Fair, our order needs to be cooked and plated. Plus, what could have we possibly done after queuing 40 minutes to get a table, stand up and walk away? Too bad that 15 minutes became At this point I was very hungry and, honestly, annoyed, but our food finally came.
A matter of perspective: the portion was bigger than it looks here. My choice celebrated the always winning union between bacon and eggs, with a fresh note added by a creamy mellow avocado and the final bitter touch given of rocket to complete the dish. Nice, without any doubt. However, I would have seasoned the avocado with some pepper, smoked paprika and sumac just give it a spicy kick.
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I give Lantana 7. The one in the burger was unnaturally brighter. Never judge a book by its cover, right? A little bite full of expectations, I would say, but then a sense of confusion mixed with disappointment hit me hard: Red Leicester tasted just as regular Cheddar. Forgive me, cheese purists! Why was I experiencing that negative feeling? I kept wondering, until I suddenly got the answer: my brain and eyes just fooled me.
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Even though being surprised and, at the same time, fascinated by this phenomenon, I rationally tried to give myself an acceptable explanation: my brain did an association with a familiar cheese based on that bright colour. Red Leicester should have tasted nutty and sharp, just like my beloved Molisan Provolone Cheese when is aged for a couple of year and gets a warm golden shade. We start making choices about favourite colours since childhood and try to apply them to various aspects of our daily life. Neuroscientists claim that this is due to an early association of a positive feedback to a certain colour, so during our life we tend to recreate that comforting feeling by choosing the same colour, which often becomes our favourite one.
Kids love coloured food because they can associate an exact colour with their favourite toy, or cartoon character.
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Less happily their mothers will struggle to remove those stubborn blue stains from clothes, but this is another story. Anyway, sorry mum! In the meantime, the society we live in has shaped a stable idea about the food we eat, its wide range of colours and the flavour we associate with each one of those shades. In other words we develop a precise idea of what a certain food should taste like based on its appearance in our own cultural context.
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This is why we are confused, and at times disappointed, when this matching does not happen. Now, try to picture a young woman being tricked by her friends into drinking what looked like a blood orange smoothie. Yes, that woman shouting at her friends was me. Yellow watermelon on hungryforchange. Sometimes it can also be fun to see our cultural certainties crumble, like the first time I tried the yellow watermelon.
I was visiting a nice Japanese lady in Tokyo, when she brought a beautiful blue ceramic plate with some precisely cut slices of yellow watermelon. A first bite and within a moment I felt so stupid! Because it was even sweeter than the common watermelon I crave every summer. I am sure that without this experience I would have never bought that fruit because of a preconceived idea.
For example, an experiment conducted by the Ohio State University showed how using a red colouring in white wine led the unaware participants to describe the aroma and the flavour of the drink with adjectives belonging to the semantic field of red wine. Colours influence our daily life and even the choice of the food we eat. I am fascinated by the way our brain works, leading us to pick a specific coloured food over another simply because it gives us pleasure.
What do you guys think about the influence of colours in the choice of our food? Please let me know in a comment below. I am really curious to know about your favourite ones, so feel free to leave a comment. In the meantime I will try as much as I can to keep you updated about my foodie adventures in London, or everywhere else.
Sono davvero curiosa di conoscere i vostri odori preferiti, quindi sentitevi liberi di lasciare un commento. The sound of rain, which is usually relaxing for me, now carries a sad message: Summer is officially over. In other words, for many, ice cream season has come to an end, but not for me. For those of you who are wondering, no, gelato is not just a mere translation of ice cream.
We are talking about a different product with a softer and lighter texture than ice cream. The first time I got licorice, but I was curious to try pistachio, because I judge a shop valid by the ability of producing a real pistachio gelato without food colourings or artificial flavours that I can immediately recognise. Pistachio was as it should always be, a natural light green to almost beige shade and a real taste of pistachio, which means nutty, almost salty.
However, licorice was what impressed me the most: bitter and sweet, too strong for some, but definitely not for me, because I loved how this particular flavour and its aftertaste were perfectly combined with their creamy texture. I went back to Gelupo the week after and I tried ricotta and sour cherry and apricot and amaretto.
Again the texture was creamy as it should be, but I found amaretto to be too much overpowering as I could not really taste the apricot. Passion fruit was so refreshing and well balanced, while matcha was not as I expected in terms of flavour, because I found it mild. In all fairness, I have to say that I am more used to the matcha gelato that I tried in Japan, where the product uses a more bitter green tea which is balanced with the sweetness of the cream.
However I understand that a mild version is much more appreciated by a western palate. The second time I felt sure enough to try some unusual flavour, so I chose honey and rosemary with orange zest.
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