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Whats your Favoriten Xmas Dish?
When i was young, the parents made "Karpfen Blau" Carp
and the Kids hate ist :) As Teenager i got my parents so far
to eat Lobster ... Much better.
Another typical Xmas Dish in Germany is:
Würstchen mit Kartoffelsalat
Sausages with Potato Salat ( Nothing for me)
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Whether fashion or advertising is art, is today debatable and the opinions differ. If you look through the latest catalogue with the latest fashion collection of Florence domiciled, and internationally renowned menswear Stefano Ricci, this question is answered as if being obvious. It is best to forget the grey theory and enjoy the sumptuous images shown by the fashion house where they once again demonstrated their inspiration in the visual arts. The Nobel Italians Stefano Ricci and his son, the creative director Filippo Ricci, have this time for their 40th anniversary of the fashion house, dedicated to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence something very special. Fashion meets art Stefano Ricci suggests so already in the third chapter of his tributes to the world of art. He dedicated the first of his art inspired catalogues to the Belgian surrealist René Magritte, the second to the contemporary artist Jack Vettriano from Scotland. Read more at our Website.