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Salt Water Farm {no. 2}

The three-day workshops at Salt Water Farm cover a lot of skills – such as bread making, pie making, basicView full post »

Salt Water Farm {no. 1}

Some of my favorite moments traveling have occurred when I’ve reached the destination late at night, a littleView full post »

Sant’Agostino 23 {italy no.15}

Sant’Agostino 23, Florence.  The design and a reasonably priced lunch deal pulled me in (the cauliflower soup isView full post »

Hot Chocolate {italy no.14}

Cafe Rivoire – is a popular place to sit outside in Florence and order cioccolata calda (pictured here).View full post »

Olive Harvest pt.4 {italy no.13}

Standing on the side of the mountain with my camera wrapped in a plastic bag, I gripped an olive tree to keep my feetView full post »

Olive Harvest pt.3 {italy no.12}

The rain was relentless, but that did not stop the olive harvest.  Elia’s parents’ home became a warmView full post »

Olive Harvest pt.1 {italy no.10}

The best part of the entire trip was seeing Sara again.  I hadn’t seen her since the last time we were both inView full post »

Le volpi e l’uva {italy no.9}

Le volpi e l’uva (the foxes and the grapes) is a cozy wine bar tucked in a tiny piazza near the Ponte Vecchio thatView full post »

Ceri Vintage {italy no.8}

The Oltrarno is my favorite part of Florence.  It turned out, by chance (as the best things that happen in ItalyView full post »

Lucca pt.2 {italy no.7}

I took the train to Lucca twice during my trip.  The first time, I went to go visit Sonja and Phil.  Since Phil was aView full post »

Pranzo {italy no.4}

My Nanny, my grandmother, was an amazing woman.  It was not unlike her to invite strangers over for a meal, and I canView full post »

Light {italy no.3}

One of my former advisors told me that she was going to be teaching a photography class on Tuscan light – on howView full post »

Sepia {italy no.2}

On the first day I headed over to GiglioCooking School in Florence to meet with Chef Marcella Ansaldo.  She offersView full post »