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Gianco, my Brother

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  • Ester Gasperoni Rota
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Abstract

As a child, Gianco (the nickname by which he was known to family and friends) wanted to be a cook. Since cooking has never been my “cup of tea” I gladly allowed him to experiment on a stove that had been given to me for Christmas, a little electric marvel equipped with a real oven. He concocted sauces, baked cookies and cakes, which were eminently edible. Perhaps thanks to his childhood practice, Gianco’s cooking was always far better than mine.

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Trojan Horse Private Tutor Electric Train Opposite Shore Bake Cookie 
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References

  1. Gasperoni Rota, E. (1995), Orage sur le lac, Paris, l’ École des loisirs.Google Scholar
  2. Gasperoni Rota, E. (2006), L’arbre de Capuliès, Arles, Actes Sud junior.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2009

Authors and Affiliations

  • Ester Gasperoni Rota
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  1. 1.ParisFrance

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