With chicken sausage, sun-dried tomatoes, pesto and mozzarella !
Franky baby does it again with this beautiful summer song !
Summer Wind was first recorded by Wayne Newton in 1965 but is mostly known by Frank Sinatra which was released with his 1966 album, Strangers in the Night.
Music: Henry Mayer
Lyrics: (By Johnny Mercer)
The prices were right !
We would really like to know. Here is our Youtube playlist of songs compiled by our own in-house DJ Lento !
Belle Gueule Pilsner is a Czech Pilsener style beer brewed by Brasseurs R.J. in Montréal, QC.
This song sure is wonderful and so are we all !
Paolo Conte (born January 6, 1937) is an Italian singer, pianist, composer, and lawyer notable for his grainy, resonant voice, his colourful and dreamy compositions (evocative of Italian and Mediterranean sounds, as well as of jazz music, South American atmospheres, and of French-language singers like Jacques Brel and Georges Brassens) and his wistful, sometimes melancholic lyrics.
This dessert is made fresh everyday at the restaurant, home-made style !
Goes down good with a pizza !
Yup! Franky does it again, That’s Life !
“That’s Life” is a popular song written by Dean Kay and Kelly Gordon and first recorded by Marion Montgomery. The most famous version is byFrank Sinatra, released on his 1966 album of the same name. Sinatra recorded the song after hearing an earlier cover of it by O.C. Smith; the song proved successful and reached the fourth spot on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Following the success of Sinatra’s version, it was subsequently recorded by a number of artists including Aretha Franklin,James Booker, Shirley Bassey, James Brown, Michael Bolton, Michael Bublé and Russell Watson. Sinatra’s version appeared in the 1993 film A Bronx Tale and the 2004 video game Tony Hawk’s Underground 2, while a cover by Bono was on the soundtrack of the The Good Thief (2002).
Hungry Grand Prix people lapping it up ! Holy Cheese !
Linguini Pesto, Spag Bollo, Cannelloni, Caprese Salad (in the heart-shaped plate) and Veal Parm !