There must be some mistake. I don't see a McDonald's or a Starbucks anywhere in this picture.
There's a McDonald right behind me, of course I tried to omit it in the picture, I did not want to spoil the scenery!
I'm joking, but really there's a lodge nearby, maybe you can have a beer...
Blue is a cool colour,
Red is a warmer one.
Red is the colour of Eggplant Lasagna,
With purple throw in, to make things fun !
I am curious to know what's Eggplant Lasagna...is it a reddish plant? I only know the Lasagna alla Bolognese...it's a delicious italian food and red, too!
I had lots of "red stuff" in mine. I'm praying it was tomato sauce. (At least, that's what Vinnie had said).
Anyway, the "Crazy Cat Cafe" in Milan is out-of-this-world! It's very cat-friendly,
and the apple pie and black tea are to die for.
Saluti a voi e la vostra salute, Silvia!
I was in Milan Yesterday, but it was a work whirlwind trip, so I was in hurry...but I could help but enjoy the classic yellow saffron "risotto alla milanese"!
To your health, Larry!
But I think in the area depicted, one is more likely to enjoy lutefisk than lasagna.
Sure, no lasagna, but every kind of fish, such as the excellent fiskebolle (balls of fish), and every kind of meat,too....
Jeez, you guys just made me hungry !
You will soon get a visit at your doorstep
from my friend Vinnie, and he'll give you
"an offer you can't refuse."
Revenge is a dish best served cold.
Lutefisk is Swedish, as far as I know!
Wikipedia says "Lutefisk (Norwegian) or lutfisk (Swedish) (pronounced [lʉːtfesk] in Northern and Central Norway, [lʉːtəfɪsk] in Southern Norway, [lʉːtfɪsk] in Sweden and in Finland (Finnish: lipeäkala)) is a traditional dish of some Nordic countries. It is traditionally part of the Swedish and Norwegian julbord."