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Tag Archives: Italy Food Markets
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ A Foodie I’m Not But… Although I don’t consider myself a foodie (and certainly wouldn’t call myself a cook!), there’s no question that I love food and love to eat. If you’ve followed along with … Continue reading
I’ve been to a lot of local markets—it’s actually one of my favorite things to do in any city I’m visiting – but, I must say that I’ve not seen a market like the marvelous Mercato Orientale. The Mercato Orientale … Continue reading
♥ I Do LOVE Cooking Classes & Market Crawls! ♥ Last week I confessed how much I love to eat (although judging from my photos, you probably guessed that a long time ago?!) Well, I’m definitely NOT a gourmet cook … Continue reading
This was going to be my third walk with Walks of Italy and I was extremely excited (and grateful) because it was something I had always wanted to do – a Rialto market crawl, visiting the famous fish market and … Continue reading
Since this week has been about food markets, certainly those local neighborhood markets you encounter in your meanderings certainly deserve a mention. And, for me, this is one of the beauties of so many neighborhoods in Italy; the fact that … Continue reading
I’m not sure why so much that I write about centers around food (hmmmm…), but I’m especially fond of visiting Italy’s food markets and the friendly (and hard working) artisans who proudly display and offer their local produce, delicacies, and … Continue reading