Bel Paese

Bel Paese

(ˈbɛl pɑːˈeɪzɪ)
n
(Cookery) a mild creamy Italian cheese
[C20: from Italian, literally: beautiful country]
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Guilty, Sexual and Local: Nature for the Nation in the Italian Narrative of the Bel Paese (Nineteenth Century)' explores the way in which certain facets of Italian landscape (mountain, sea, rivers, trees and pastureland) were requisitioned as highly emotive (and Romantic) artefacts that aided the construction of national heritage during the Risorgimento.
The increase puts the bel paese in the same league as Spain and Ukraine, but short of the UK's four percent.
The menu, too, included plenty of dishes that I've scoffed in Bel Paese.
Si salva anche il Veneto di Zanzotto, bel paese poetico come lo definisce Mario Moroni nel saggio incentrato sul Galateo nel bosco, ma solo perche viene rivisitato dalla memoria.
A Parmesan B Gorgonzola C Bel Paese D Roquefort QUESTION 6 - for 6 points: In which country does the River Rhine have its source?
By pairing Peroni with cheeses including Caprino Fresco, Fontina, Bel Paese and Mozzarella di Bufala, consumers were able to experience just how delightful Peroni beer is as a refreshment.
secondo, perche e proprio dai documentari che viene la maggiore adesione alla "realta", la denuncia dei conflitti dell'ex Bel Paese e la speranza di cambiarne la Storia.
Ma ora si scopre che non e nemmeno sicuro che sia stato proprio lui a pronunciare questa frase ormai entrata nell'immaginario collettivo dei Bel Paese.
There is even a hamburger - the 50/50 Burger ($11) comprised of lamb, bacon, red onion, Greek olive mayo, bel paese (a semi-soft Italian cheese) and fried potatoes - and tuna noodle casserole (made with Gouda) ($12) on the menu.
Indeed, my gestures while I lived in the bel paese became more florid and artful than ever before.
We started with scrambled eggs with truffles, bel paese ( a semi- soft Italian cheese invented as recently as in 1906) and asparagus on toasted focaccia ( Rs 495).
With the forces of the thrice freely-elected, criminally-indicted Berlusconi regime controlling just about all media and manipulating the courts, while organized crime (see Roberto Saviano's book or film Gomorrah) and the reactionary forces of the Vatican--referred to by Italian friends as Ayatollah Ratzinger--run roughshod over life in the bel paese in the wake of the collapse of the progressive Italian Left, the narrator of "Lamb of God" is nostalgic, but not for anything about a Fascist past.