I am in Rome visiting the family and of course I am using all opportunities to take photos of my beautiful city.
One of my favourite parts of Rome is Campo de’ Fiori, literally “field of flowers”. It’s a square near Piazza Navona which hosts a fruit and vegetables market every day. I love the bright colours of pumpkins, tomatoes, mandarins, chili, fennels, roman artichokes and broccoli. The roman broccoli is so peculiar, it is often referred to as a “natural fractal”.
What are the typical vegetables or fruits of your hometown?
Last month I visited India for the second time in my life. My fiancé is originally from Mumbai, so we try to go once a year to visit the family. This year it was a special occasion for us, as we celebrated our engagement with a hindu ceremony and the whole family reunited at the Swaminarayan temple!
Food is such an important part of the Indian way of life! It’s a blend of different cultures and Mumbai is the perfect example of this mix of influences. The city also has its distinctive food: you can’t leave Mumbai… Continue reading