Friday, November 18, 2011
Gettin' Randy with Croatian Food
One of the greatest of all Roman emperors, Emperor Diocletian, lived along Croatia's Dalmatian Coast. Here retired, actually giving his throne away, and immediately grew paranoid. Instead of chillin' on one of Croatia's 2,244 islands, he built a giant palace. But he was so freaked out by assassins that he built only one entrance and zero—that's right, zero—windows. Imagine being king of the world but not being able to look outside?
Today, that palace is the Croatian city of Split, where everything that you eat is an aphrodisiac, and, yes, this article will make you very, very horny: Eating the Adriatic - From Split and Sibenik with Love and Wine
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