I finally had the chance to visit the largest farmer’s market in Bucharest in good company. My Greek colleague Georgios kept telling me about some excellent organic olive oil he bought in Obor, produced by a Greek family. He was praising the homemade sesame pasta as well and I couldn’t get the Greek honey out of my head, so I had to get there and see for myself. Continue reading →
Have I already told you how much I love Puglia? This unpretentious place with sun-drenched houses and unspoiled beauty which excels in cucina povera and abounds with fresh seafood and local produces. You must have noticed by now that I keep praising the local food atmosphere with its simple dishes.
Only 2 weekends in Bari so far, but it feels a bit like a home away from home. I already know my way around and I’m still looking forward to the next trip. Not to mention that each time I left Puglia, my hand luggage was packed with Continue reading →
As most of you might already know, pho is a traditional Vietnamese soup consisting of clear beef broth, rice noodles, slim cuts of beef, bean sprouts (fresh and crunchy), finely sliced raw red onions & spring onions. Needles to say, imperatively garnished with fresh coriander and served with hot chili sauce.
What I know for sure is that once you have a bowl of this heavenly broth, it can Continue reading →