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Bottura has written five books:

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Parmigiano Reggiano (2006), PRO

Attraverso tradizione e innovazione (2006)

Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef (2014) Phaidon Press ISBN978-0714867144

Bread is Gold (2017) Phaidon Press ISBN978-0714875361


History of dining table

In December, 1855, the railway tracks from Utica to Boonville were built by the Black River & Utica Railroad. That railway underwent a foreclosure sale in 1958 and was reorganized as the Utica & Black River Railroad.

The New York Central Railroad (NYC) operated multiple trains daily through the station through the first half of the 20th century on its Adirondack Division. Additionally, the NYC operated sleeping cars direct from New York City to Remsen via the North Star until April 1959. Thereafter, the NYC's Iroquois carried sleeping cars that made stops at the station. The company's passenger trains stopped making stops there en route to Utica, New York's Utica Union Station between 1959 and 1960.

In 1999, the station was rebuilt on the same site and to the same plans as the original station. The station currently serves the Adirondack Scenic Railroad.


Osteria Francescana of dining table

On 19 March 1995 Bottura opened Osteria Francescana in the medieval city centre of Modena. His concept was to juxtapose culinary tradition and innovation with contemporary art and design.

Bottura then spent a summer at elBulli with Ferran Adri, which encouraged him to continue pushing boundaries and re-writing rules with his cuisine.

In 2012, shortly after Osteria Francescana was awarded its third Michelin star, the restaurant closed for the summer for a period of refurbishment and opened with an updated insight into Bottura's two biggest passions - contemporary art and avant garde cuisine.

Bottura and Osteria Francescana were featured in episode one of the first season of Netflix's Chef's Table series in 2015, and the second episode of the second season of Master of None. Bottura had heard that the series had shot at nearby Hosteria Giusti, and directly confronted Eric Wareheim and Aziz Ansari one evening, asking why they had not approached him. He offered them a full meal, which was subsequently shot for the episode and featured the actors' real reactions to his food.


Personal life of dining table

In October 1812, he married Julia Rush Cutler (born in Boston, January 5, 1796; died in New York City, November 9, 1824), the sister of Rev. Benjamin Clarke Cutler (who was the brother-in-law of General Sir Roger Hale Sheaffe), and, through her mother, a grandniece of Francis Marion. Julia was a poet, and one of her poems is preserved in Rufus Wilmot Griswold's Female Poets of America (Philadelphia, 1848). They had seven children, including:

Samuel Cutler "Sam" Ward (18141884), a lobbyist who married Emily Astor (18191841), daughter of William Backhouse Astor Sr.

Henry Ward (18181839)

Julia Ward (18191910), a poet who married Samuel Gridley Howe (18011876)

Louisa Cutler Ward (18231897), who married Thomas Gibson Crawford (18131857), a prominent sculptor. After his death, she married Luther Terry (18131900), an artist.DescendantsHis son, Sam Ward, had two children with Emily Astor before her death. Their only surviving daughter, Margaret Astor Ward, married John Winthrop Chanler, son of John White Chanler and Elizabeth Shirreff Winthrop, and had eleven children, including William Astor Chanler, Sr., Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler, and Robert Winthrop Chanler. After Emily's death, Sam married again and had two more children with his second wife, Medora Grymes, who both died in the 1860s.

His daughter, Julia gave birth to six children: Julia Romana Howe (18441886), Florence Marion Howe (18451922), Henry Marion Howe (18481922), Laura Elizabeth Howe (18501943), Maud Howe (18551948), and Samuel Gridley Howe, Jr. (18581863). Julia was likewise an aunt of novelist Francis Marion Crawford.


List of members of dining table

Louise Creighton (ne von Glehn), author

Kathleen Lyttelton (ne Clive), women's activist

Eleanor Sidgwick (ne Balfour), physicist and Principal of Newnham College

Margaret Verrall (ne Merrifield), classicist and lecturer at Newnham

Ellen Wordsworth Darwin (ne Crofts), past lecturer at Newnham

Mary Ward (ne Martin), lecturer at Newnham

Mary Marshall (ne Paley), economist and lecturer at Newnham

The Hon. Emma Cecilia (Ida) Darwin (ne Farrer), mental health campaigner

Martha Haskins (Maud) Darwin (ne DuPuy), American socialite and campaigner for the introduction of women police officers

Caroline Jebb (ne Reynolds; then Slemmer), American socialite

Mary Frances (Fanny) Prothero (ne Butcher)

Baroness Eliza (Isy) von Hgel (ne Froude), promoter of Roman Catholic education.


Monument of dining table

His tomb, in the centre of the chancel next to that of his father, is of alabaster and considered unique. The effigies lie beneath a decorated example of an Elizabethan dining table on heavy carved legs, suggesting an attempt to represent a communion table. Earl Henry is depicted in armour of conventional pattern except that the breast plate is made up of laminated plates. He wears a coronet and his head is supported on a tilt-heaume. He is wearing a chain nearly reaching his thighs, and the Order of the Garter is on the left leg. He holds a closed book in his right hand and a sword in his left. At his feet is a hornless unicorn. His wife, Margaret, also wears a coronet and is dressed in the style of the time, with an ermine-trimmed mantle. Her head rests on a scroll and her feet on a lion


Characters of dining table

Rapid Rabbit, a small brown rabbit (who's not to be confused with Rapid T. Rabbit), is every bit as fast as his name implies; a pantomime character, he never says a word, but uses a bicycle horn to express himself. He is inspired by the Road Runner, a famed Looney Tunes character created by Chuck Jones.

Quick Brown Fox, another pantomime character, is a fox who wants to eat the fast-running rabbit, but consistently fails to catch him despite using a variety of traps and devices. The fox's name is derived from the popular pangram, "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog." He is inspired by Wile E. Coyote, another Looney Tunes character who is the aforementioned Road Runners co-star; also created by Chuck Jones.


Cartoon of dining table

Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too! is a 1969 theatrically-released cartoon, one of the last few cartoons of the Looney Tunes series (which, at that time, was owned by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts). It was a "chase" cartoon along the same lines as the Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoons; a predator tries and fails to catch his intended prey, despite using a number of ingenious or comically absurd traps. It was intended to be the first of a series of Rapid Rabbit cartoons which had been planned, but no more were produced as the animation department folded soon after its release.

SynopsisQuick Brown Fox wants to make rabbit stew, with the elusive Rapid Rabbit as the main ingredient. To this end, he tries several different traps simple ones at first, but they gradually become ridiculously elaborate and all of them fail to ensnare Rapid, and some of them end up hurting Quick - some including a spring-loaded hammer set to whack Rapid when he grabs a carrot tied to the trap (Rapid struggles to grab the carrot, resulting in an impatient Quick unintentionally setting the trap off), and a "Free Trip to the Moon" via a cannon, that is also unintentionally set off by Quick - which results in him getting shot into the air and then hit on the head with a cannonball. Ultimately, Quick sets up the most elaborate trap of them all, a large Rube Goldberg-style contraption that will land Rapid into a heated frying pan, positioned next to a dining table for convenience. However, Rapid uses his horn to startle Quick, who takes a short leap backwards in surprise, lands into the contraption's trigger, and ends up suffering everything his trap has to offer, finally landing flat onto the table, breaking it apart. Rapid finishes the job by bundling Quick in the tablecloth and tying a helium balloon to the cloths corners, lifting Quick into the sky.


Massimo Bottura of dining table

Massimo Bottura (born 30 September 1962) is an Italian restaurateur and the chef patron of Osteria Francescana, a three-Michelin-star restaurant based in Modena, Italy which has been listed in the top 5 at The World's 50 Best Restaurants Awards since 2010 and received top ratings from L'Espresso, Gambero Rosso and the Touring Club guides. After first winning the 50 Best Restaurants in 2016 Bottura announced the refettorio that he had established in Milan the year before would continue and went on to form the cultural foundation Food for Soul. Bottura spends time in New York City to spread the Italian culinary tradition.

Osteria Francescana was ranked The World's 2nd Best Restaurant at the S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants Awards in 2015. In June 2016 Osteria Francescana was ranked No. 1 in The World's 50 Best Restaurants and No. 2 in 2017. The restaurant returned to rank No. 1 in The World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2018.

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