Having the Green Kitchen Stories’s New Yoga Pot recipe in mind for a while now, this morning I headed to the farmer’s market to get the missing ingredients. Or I just used this as an excuse to get up earlier and walk all the way to the market, admiring the old houses in the October sunlight.
And I actually did manage to finally cook this new yoga pot, but only after purchasing a cast iron casserole as it’s stews and soups weather already (yey!) and high time to invest in a stylish, sturdy red pot. The dish turned out Continue reading →
The name puccia comes from the type of bread that this amazing Italian sandwich is made with. This street food is a typical dish of the local cuisine of Puglia and consists of a homemade pita-like bread filled in with an array of toppings : marinated or grilled Continue reading →
One of the most pleasant surprises I had during my short trip to Bari was an outdoor fish market right by the seaside. We were looking for a parking spot so we happened to drive by and there it was – the fish market!