The painting below shows four kinds of fritters that are sold by street vendors in the streets of Rotterdam. The three smaller ones are filled with apples, raisins and dried plums.
These apples were bought in a local market in Sardinia. They are called ‘limoni’ there, whereas in the rest of Italy they are called ‘arance amare’. They have a slightly bitter taste, but when you add some sugar to the filling this is not noticeable at all.
This piece of art is used in all over the world to decorate churches around Easter time. Although it sounds like an interesting snack, the recipe I use is not only easy and quick to prepare, but also gives excellent results with fried or oven-baked potatoes. The art was painted by the famous Dutch painter Pieter Bruegel in 1560 and…
Pasta & Zucchini Feast on this still life artisanal candle lit dinner. The table is set with a fine red vintage. The perfect setting to an incredible meal. The centerpiece of the table is a bowl of steaming pasta with zucchini flowers. The bisecting lines compliment the flowing strokes color across with the emerald place setting. The warmth of the…