Wednesday, May 16, 2007

How do You Say "Diabetic Coma" in Italian?


Pastries in Italy are much easier to find than the road you may be looking for. On this trip to the south, pasticcerie seemed to be everywhere we turned. Canoli, porfiterole, sfgliatelle, marziapan, gelato…






5 comments:

Deborah Dowd said...

I can feel the calories from those pictures hitting my system already! Looks like you had a wonderful time. If I was working my way through Italy.. this is definitely the way I would do it!

Michael said...

Great post!

As a new food blogger, I just wanted to drop by and say hey. Keep a look out for me as I grow.

Meanwhile, continue the great posts!

http://candyapples.wordpress.com

-Mike

Shelley - At Home in Rome said...

You don't know how long I've been wanting to post a picture like the one you've got here with the signs. It's like you've gotta see it to believe it. And, yes, the Italians definitely know how to do sugar.

triplecreme said...

Shelly - the signs are out of control. We made a wrong turn everytime without fail!

Mike said...

I think I just got diabetes by only looking at those photos!