Is it any wonder, when the world feels baked to a crisp, why three showers a day might not be enough, and the urge to howl at the full moon seems like a perfectly good idea, that a walk to our garden, and a chat with friends, seems like a mini-vacation after the torrid heat we’ve endured?
We’ve reached the harvesting point where lunch can be made by just visiting the orto, our kitchen garden. It’s so deliciously easy now, to walk over to the garden, with no plan in mind, just a “let’s see what needs to be eaten” attitude.
A lemon sauce filled with zest, a spoon full of uova di lompo (sounds so much nicer than lumpfish eggs, don't you think?), mix it up and you have Tagliatelle con Polka Dots! And polka dots are just so 'in' right now…. Tagliatelle con Polka Dots for 2Zest of 1/2 large lemon1 T fresh lemon…Read More