para los amigos Si pinchas AQUÍ podrás ver como se hace de vainilla o chocolate, de forma tradicional o con Thermomix y si pinchas AQUÍ otra de sus variantes, esta vez de fresa.
Pero ahora la protagonista es la que hoy os muestro y no podía ser de otra manera, que es un Ferrero sin Nutella?
In the case of captured land which became theirs on each occasion, they distributed the cultivated area at once to settlers, or sold or leased it ; but since they did not have time to allocate the very large quantity that was then lying uncultivated as a result of hostilities, they announced that this could for the moment be worked by anyone who wished at a rent of one tenth of the produce for arable land and one fifth for orchards.
Settlement patterns in Republican Italy were more complex than is often assumed.
The role of Italians – by which I mean people from Italy who did not possess Roman citizenship, but were allies of Rome – in the local economy of Italy has been viewed in two mutually exclusive ways.
Firstly, it has been assumed that much land owned by Italians was confiscated by the Romans after the conquest of the respective Italian peoples and turned into As they subdued successive parts of Italy by war, the Romans confiscated a portion of the land and founded towns, or chose settlers from their own people to go to existing towns – this being the alternative they devised to garrisons.
to be employed as head gardener to the king of Naples; at the royal palace of Caserta he introduced elements of the English landscape garden to the extensive formal plan, the Giardino Inglese instigated by Sir William Hamilton, for King Ferdinand, who eventually took an interest in it, after Sir William had urged Queen Maria Carolina, as Hamilton reported to Banks from Caserta 22 April 1794, "that it would be a constant reproach to this country the having had by your goodness such a man as Graeffer for more than ten years without having had the least profit from his well known talents".
Mr Graeffer, a very ingenious gardener recommended to the queen of Naples by sir Joseph Banks, was then employed in laying out a garden for her majesty in the English taste, to which purpose a portion of ground was allotted nor far from the palace; but unluckily in full view of a stupendous brick wall , built with Herculean labour for the purpose of keeping the above-mentioned cascade in its place.