For various reasons I went back to my Alaskan roots this summer. Mostly to see family since my lease had ended and the time was right to do so.
If you think that stockpiling toilet paper and being forced to use the drive-thru for your venti frappuccino, extra-pretentious, are the great hardships of the COVID-19 lockdown, let Sharon Hudgins put things in perspective for you.
‘World’s hottest pepper’ will make you choke, sweat and cry for mercy!
Below is a gallery that will give everyone an idea of how spectacular it is…
If you visit Calabria, particularly for the Peperoncino Festival in Diamante, you’ll sooner or later discover an interesting pork sausage named ‘Nduja. This is a spreadable sort of salami that has been made in southern Calabria for hundreds of years.
For the past few days we have been staying with our good friends Harald and Renate Zosche in their house beside Lake Garda in Bardolino, Italy. Here are some of the delicacies we’ve been indulging in. More goodies in next week’s newsletter. Ciao!
To say the least, I was excited to try the real-deal-holy-field pizza in Naples, but being the world’s oldest pizzeria, I imagined Port ‘Alba would have this proud, uppity feeling. However, I was impressed by the humility of the place.