When last March I was relaxing on a Thai beach, I quickly realised how a March holiday is vital. Especially if you live in London, where the sun shines.. never. Ok fine, it’s sunny sometimes. So when my friend and I had to book a holiday together, we only had two main concerns: is there […]Read More A week in Fuerteventura!
It as been a couple of tough few days, one of my best friends is no longer with us and I am heart broken. But, he wouldn’t want me to stop, he would want me to write, as I always did. Writing is what got us together in the first place, so let’s do this. […]Read More Churros en Barcelona!
It has been quiet on the blog recently so I thought the best way to come back was talking about food, my true love. As you might know from a previous post, I am a massive fan of Mercato Metropolitano, the new Italian market that opened in Elephant and Castle/Borough area. When I was claiming […]Read More Food tasting at Mercato Metropolitano: Parmigiano and Parma ham week!
This past Wednesday I went to “Venue and events 2016” which is a yearly event organised by Squaremeal, where you have tons of events/venue/food suppliers. I usually go to get some inspiration for our Christmas party and team building activities. This year I also had another opportunity: becoming a judge for the “Canapé Squaremeal cup”. […]Read More Canapé judge: tasting tiny food.
I have never really liked Paris. The first time I tried to go, I think in 2010, we couldn’t leave cause it was December and there was too much snow in CDG. Thanks Paris! The second time, or better the first real time I have been there, was two years ago when I went to […]Read More Beef tartare + wine: summary of a weekend in Paris!
Food makes my life better. In fact, while writing this post I am eating or better snacking with some Parma ham and olives from Italy. But let’s start from the beginning. I try to have all my weekends planned and I always go to the gym at 12pm on Saturdays – a good way to […]Read More Chronicles of a foodie weekend.
As you all know, I moved to London from Italy four years ago. It’s been a long journey, with many trips back and forth, with plenty of Italian food in the suitcase every single time. London has so much to offer and the diversity of people, cuisines and activities is what I love about this […]Read More Mercato Metropolitano: the closest place to Italian Paradise.