My friends from Venice forwarded these shopping list written in that beautiful language: Italian.
It will be your job to tell me what was on the lists. Don’t complain, it’s good for you to exercise your brains.
yogourt (this may be misspelt/misspelled – I am catering to both versions of the English language)
Rasoi (I have to confess I don’t know this one. I think it may be a brand name.)
una sorella più educata
I’ll bet you had no trouble with the first item
Something of interest about that second word, biscotti. Bis means twice or extra, the word literally means twice cooked. You may also see it used in the Italian word for Great-grandmother: Bisnonna.
Thank you, Caroline and Phil, for sending them to me.