A friend asked me to buy some candied herbs for her while I was in Italy. I had never heard of such a thing. It sounded dubiousand entirely likely, therefore, to be some foreign delicacy that I would in fact turn out to adore. And that was the case. But before getting there, I needed to find out where to buy said "candied herbs." My friend had thoughtfully sent me a link to a shop where they were apparently available. But while the shop was easy to find, every time I went, it was closed, windows shuttered. So I…
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