My passion for wines started when I was around 20 years old. But I didn’t know yet. I remember a themed party when I was study in Germany during my Erasmus, something like 8 years ago. My friend and I decided to have a wine themed party where everyone had to bring a bottle – […]Read More WSET Level 1: how I got into wines.
On a normal 17th of September 2012, I was on a plane heading to London thinking that after 6 months I would have been back home again. And here I am, 4 years later in my London living room. Who would have thought? If I think back, I see myself with short hair moving around […]Read More 4 years and counting.
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.
Per buio, intend buio pesto. Non e` come chiudere le luci quando si e` in cucina, che alla fine un modo per trovare quello che stiamo cercando si trova. Parlo di entrare in una stanza che non hai mai visto prima e farti guidare da un cameriere non vedente. Ne parlavo con un collega, parlavamo […]Read More Hai mai pensato di cenare al buio?
Tonight’s soundtrack: http://youtu.be/qNEDKSWryZM. Tonight’s wisdom words: “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, Courage to change the things I can, And wisdom to know the difference” It’s been a month since I have been back and getting used to the busy London life again has been challenging, specially the first […]Read More I wanna dance with somebody.
Like setting up a table for 12, finding it so easy. Or when you always have a bottle opener in your bag. My almost three years in catering ended up quite recently. I remember my first shift as it was yesterday, at Battersea Power Station. I had clearly no idea of what I was doing, but I […]Read More Some things will never change.