Carpaccio PDF

Carpaccio é um prato feito a partir de carne carpaccio PDF de peixe cru, cortado em fatias finas, e é comumente servido como um aperitivo ou antepasto. O termo carpaccio, atualmente, é usado para denominar a preparação de carne ou peixe servido cru e cortado em finíssimas fatias. Alguns restaurantes têm utilizado o nome carpaccio para qualquer prato finamente frito.


Acesso em 23 de dezembro de 2015. Esta página foi editada pela última vez às 00h57min de 2 de fevereiro de 2018. Para mais detalhes, consulte as condições de utilização. Italian painter of the Venetian school, who studied under Gentile Bellini. Carpaccio was born in Venice, the son of Piero Scarpazza, a leather merchant. Carpaccio, or Scarpazza, as the name was originally rendered, came from a family originally from Mazzorbo, an island in the diocese of Torcello. Documents trace the family back to at least the 13th century, and its members were diffused and established throughout Venice.

Carpaccio’s earliest known solo works are a Salvator Mundi in the Collezione Contini Bonacossi and a Pietà now in the Palazzo Pitti. In 1490 Carpaccio began the famous Legend of St. Ursula, for the Venetian Scuola dedicated to that saint. The subject of the works, which are now in the Gallerie dell’Accademia, was drawn from the Golden Legend of Jacopo da Varagine. In the opening decade of the sixteenth century, Carpaccio embarked on the works that have since awarded him the distinction as the foremost orientalist painter of his age. George story addressed the theme of conversion and the supremacy of Christianity. According to the Golden Legend, George, a Christian knight, rescues a Libyan princess who has been offered in sacrifice to a dragon.