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G@tto: On SALE in South Sardinia

August 31, 2008

Le Mur Oberkampf - up to date.

On the little Place Verte, Oberkampf,

on Sunday 30th, 7:15pm
Preparing the wall for a new collage.

by BLA+
until Sept 13th.

August 29, 2008

When the unbelievable happens...

I am a gourmet and I am uncompromising on cooking matters.

Only when in Italy, I dare
to order pasta in restaurants
and pasta with lobster only
in restaurants near the sea.

So this summer I did it...
but the unbelievable happened !

Look at this lobster and bavette dish... you can see at once it's uneatable :
- overcooked bavette,
- tomato sauce looking boiled,
- and the lobster, poor sea's queen !
they definitely buried it under
a shroud of braised tomatoes !

But, after all, Sardinia isn't (or wasn't) a fishers' island and local traditional gastronomy
rather turns around roasted meat.

I won't tell the restaurant name, because they made a commercial 'gesture', offering
a fruit salade with lemon sorbet and even a home made lemoncello.

Visit Some Sardinian Beaches...

... I've recorded around the south-east coast for PPG's friends !

(G@ttoGiallo/2008 - use the menu for more)

* Look here for beaches & other places.

August 26, 2008

Last Oberkampf Mur

While G@tto was on vacation, Mr Lolo did this :

August 25, 2008

Who's back home from the nicest sea under the sun ?

... G@ttoGiallo of course !
and back to PPG with this...

Monte Nai

Capo Ferrato
(also published by "A Photo a Day from Planet Earth").

Just clear water at Cala Pira

Feraxi beach

Nice places, isn't it ?
Maybe you'd like to go there and see by yourselves next summer, uh ?

Cheerio !

Early 2009/Update > The Capo Ferrato's picture has been stolen
by a guy named Moses Francis - together with other authors' pics
for an illegal use on his site Flickrville.

August 07, 2008

Happy Holidays to Bloggers

BigNose's ready to take off...
but G@tto will fly back to you in one month !

August 03, 2008

PPG loves Sloths !

A baby sloth and his favorite environment,
from a tv reportage.

Unable to survive outside the tropical rainforests of South and Central America,
within that environment sloths are outstandingly successful creatures:
they can account for as much as half the total energy consumption
and two-thirds of the total terrestrial mammalian
biomass in some areas.
Of the six living
species, only one, the Maned Three-toed Sloth
Bradypus torquatus), has a classification of "endangered" at present.
The ongoing destruction of South America's forests, however, may soon
prove a threat to other sloth species.

(Sloths on Wikipedia)

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