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Romagna

a gray to white breed of beef cattle originating in Italy. Called also Romagnola.
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It should be noted that since the proceedings in aggregate form for the municipalities of San Clemente, Morciano di Romagna, Mondaino and Montescudo, the deposit must be paid to the Municipality of Morciano di Romagna; any enforcement may be required by the municipality of Morciano di Romagna for himself or at the request of one or more of the remaining bodies of the procedure aggregate.
Simoni said guests at the food festival will have a variety of original Italian cuisine from Amelia Romagna including the authentic homemade pasta, fresh sea food Fritto Misto, as well as a spectacular live cooking station of the delicious risottos.
According to catastrophe modeler AIR Worldwide, the quake, which struck the Emilia Romagna region, was the strongest in Italy since a magnitude 6.
The Sangiovese di Romagna DOC Superiore, which is from Northern Italy's Emilia-Romagna region, was awarded 'Silver Best in Class' in last year's International Wine and Spirit Competition.
The "Wellness Valley, Romagna Benessere" project aims to establish the region as a leader in quality of life.
In Emilio Romagna, locals enjoy Lambrusco Autentico with food - it goes especially well with meaty dishes such as lasagne and spaghetti bolognese as it cuts through the richness of the sauce.
The Grand Prize Winner is presented with a tour as well as several concerts in the Emilia Romagna Festival in Italy.
Imports unveils three Vecchia Romagna brandies, produced in traditional swan-necked copper stills at 40% ABV.
She had produced good programs during her reign and had developed La Scala's most recent new talents (Gilda Gelati, Marta Romagna, Massimo Murru.
But the 67-year-old Italian owner of the Pasta Romagna in Leeds is refusing to stop - and has a chorus of fans backing her.
For 800 years, the Emilia Romagna region in North-Central Italy has been preparing its lordly Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese the old-fashioned way: one golden wheel at a time.
The four brands are: German brandy Asbach, Greek brandy Metaxa and Italian brandy Vecchia Romagna and vermouth Cinzano.