travels, photos, and family
Today we spent the day with Giulia Scarpaleggia, a food blogger and creative cook, who invited us to her home in Colle di Val d’Elsa to create a unique Tuscan meal. We started at the market to find what’s fresh and appealing.
After the onions, potatoes, and tomatoes were prepared and put in the oven, the next activity was to assemble our dessert.
Next Giulia brought out Pecorino cheese, radishes, Malden salt, bread and olive oil to make a pre-appetizer.
Next we made the ‘salad’, including asparagus, baby zucchini, spring onions, sautéed cheese, and chive flowers.
We made fresh pasta — this batch is from semolina flour and eggs.