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ok...the idea might also be original...but what about the suggestion of replacing the hay every two years? I think I should plan a trip to Iceland...:-)

Hey Furniture by Hver?
7/20/11 11:33 AM

Wow! The project is amazing! I would like it could be done in my city too!

Melbourne, The Center of the Universe!
7/28/10 09:53 AM

Hi Rachele!

I have a delicious italian recipe with fresh oregano!
When I do it, the flavor of the oregano and garlic invade the kitchen!
The recipe is 'Penne all'arrabbiata'.
In italy you can find many versions of this recipe…

Ingredients (x4):

penne (x4)
1 little bunch of fresh chopped oregano (leaves chopped)
2 garlic cloves (thinly chopped)
good extra virgin olive oli (to taste)
1 cup of ripe chopped tomatoes
sea salt to taste
chili pepper (to taste)
1 bunch of fresh parsley chopped (to be added before serving)

Bring water to boil in a large pot and add salt.
Meanwhile, in a little pot, prepare the sauce:

combine extra virgin oli, chopped oregano, minced garlic and turn on the stove at low heat. Cook for a minute (do not burn the garlic!) and add tomatoes. Stir all the ingredients and, finally, add the chili pepper.
Cook for 10 minutes. Turn off the stove and add fresh chopped parsley. Stir again until the ingredients are well mixed. Add salt to taste.

Drop the pasta in to the boiling water and cook until just 'al dente'.
Drain the pasta and put it in a large bowl, add the tomato sauce, stir and toss until it is well coated. If you want, add more fresh chopped parsley. Serve immediately.

Buon appetito!

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