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Andalusian Days (VI): How Much do You Know About Extra Virgin Olive Oil?

SPAIN | Mon, 27 Jun 2016 | By aubereylescure | Views [481]

“We’ve had two weeks of rain and strong winds,” Diego says, kicking into the red soil covered by loose mounds of fallen leaves and shrunken olives. “Crazy winds. The flowers were in bloom then, and pollen flying everywhere.... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, cooking, food, gourmet, olive oil, rural, seville, spain, tapas

Playful Eating | Summer Artichokes

TURKEY | Fri, 6 Mar 2015 | By _fiosh_ | Views [306]

The story behind my recipe. It was a late summer afternoon and the sun had passed our apartment leaving us in the cool shade, a breeze blowing through the balcony was welcoming in the heat. My cousin and I sat at the table with a bowl full of huge ... Read more >

Tags: artichokes, family, food, identiy, learning, love, olive oil, passion, turkey

Photos: Passport & Plate - Zeytinyagli Enginar

TURKEY | Thu, 5 Mar 2015 | By _fiosh_ | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

A collection of photos from my recipe, Zeytinyagli Enginar. Zeytinyagli is a method in Turkish cuisine cooking with olive oil and served at room temperature or cold. It's healthy and clean and brings out the flavour of fresh, organic ingredients. This ... Read more >
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Tags: 2015 passport & plate: sri lanka, artichoke, family, food, identy, learn, lemon, olive oil, turkey

North of the City

MOROCCO | Fri, 25 Jul 2014 | By kakimono | Views [261]

 While we were eating lunch, the woman who did pretty much all interactions with us at the auberge came over and told us that we weren't going to be able to ride mules today because it was too hot out. We asked if it would work to go the next day ... Read more >

Tags: blue, communism, olive oil, shopping, stars, yarn

Lessons on Dry-Stone Walls, Ravioli and Wine

ITALY | Mon, 2 Jun 2014 | By elena_valeriote | Views [3210] | Video

First, a bit of background… All across Cinque Terre, the hills are lined with rows of short stonewalls – some are neat and orderly, others are overgrown with plants; in many places, the walls have crumbled into mere piles of rocks. Were ... Read more >

Tags: baking, building, cinque terre, honey, olive oil, ravioli, walls

Casa Gregorio day 2

ITALY | Sat, 9 Mar 2013 | By swinginggirl | Views [574]

Our first night at Casa Gregorio we went to a pizzeria for dinner. It should have been a sign of things to come when Gregory ordered 12 different kinds of pizza including the best four cheese pizza I’ve ever tasted. There were also types with sausage, ... Read more >

Tags: arpino, casa gregorio, ciociaria, italian food, olive oil, wine

 

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