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11/07/2012

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I love eating in Italy, as do pigeons. I’ve been here for over six weeks, and, except for two döner kebab dinners in Florence, I’ve only eaten Italian. I doubt there’s another country in Europe (except France) that could hold my palate’s interest so easily. Here in Rome’s Jewish Ghetto, I came upon a group of pigeons furiously eating their lunch and, noticing how good the meal looked (on a pigeon’s scale), I just had to share the curbside banquet with you.

I question there is another nation in European countries (except France) that could keep my palate’s attention so quickly.

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