Saturday, October 4, 2008

Caldarroste?


Oh well, when you start to see roast chestnut sellers at the corners of streets, it means that Fall is here --- Happy Week end to everyone !

Orbene, quando si comincia a vedere i venditori di caldarroste agli angoli delle strade, sta a significare che l'Autunno è giunto --- Buon fine settimana a Tutti !
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9 comments:

Virginia said...

I have never tasted roasted chestnuts. Would love to taste them right there in your beautiful city. Happy weekend to you as well.

USelaine said...

There is a traditional American Christmas song that begins, "Chestnuts roasting on an open fire...", but like Virginia, I have never tasted them!

Laurie said...

That's it. We must roast chestnuts this year. (I've never had them either!) I love this photo. All the lively action beneath those big, strong archways.

Hilda said...

I have friends who love roasted chestnuts, but I never did like them much — something about the texture. I do love them in poultry stuffing though. :)

marie6 said...

I just love roasted chestnuts, reminds me of my first Christmas in London.

Jilly said...

they must be so hot - you'd think their hands would burn. I love roast chestnuts. Yes Fall is here but I think it's forgotten Menton for the moment...

Saretta said...

Oh yum! I love those...too bad they overcharge for them!

Kate said...

Yes, "chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nippin' at your nose..." It is indeed a harbinger of fall. Brrr! Thought I'd post and blog today...Come visit!!

b.c. said...

oh i bet that smells good--i love them