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POEM: A SON OF A PRODUCT OF WAR — Nathan Bonilla

I usually do not write on my blog other than share my poems in times of inspiration no matter what I may be feeling at that precise moment. My blog as well as poetry has been therapy to me in order to express my most inner feelings. I am blessed to have each of you […]

via POEM: A SON OF A PRODUCT OF WAR — Nathan Bonilla

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About Fábio Da Ponte

I hope to cover the entire field of culinary history, the culinary professions, gastronomy, the history of domestic life and management, and the role of food in history and culture.

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