I’ve always wanted to make those slow motion food videos like when the soup drips and when the vegetables jump up from the pan, and now I can!
Last weekend, Cart and I went to Villa Borghese for the ‘Piano Day’ event. There were many pianists of various genres located in different parts of the park. We stopped to listen to Luca Filastro, an amazing Jazz pianist.
I do wonder how they carried all those piano up the hill :3
Last weekend, Cart and I went to Castel Giuliano which is about an hour drive away from Central Rome. Once a year, there is a Rose Festival event here and you can see lots of beautiful roses in this tranquil and peaceful place :-3
It was a real pleasure having over my friends, Alessandro and Marco over for our first (and hopefully not the last!) collaboration. Today, we make samosas!
I’m participating in the Smurf the Earth event, and what better than to visit Trullo – a neighbourhood in Rome where there are loads of beautiful street art. You have to see them!
Vignarola is a Roman dish made of Spring vegetables.It’s a peasant’s dish but it’s hearty, easy to make and most importantly, delicious 😀
Just a quick videoblog of what happened this Easter Weekend :3
Villa Pamphili is the largest sculptured park in Rome. It’s so large that we only managed to cover 1/4 of it in 2 hours!
One nice place to see during Spring is Laghetto Dell’Eur where the largest artificial lake in Rome is. What makes the place extra special is the fact that there are so many Sakura trees here and it makes the place look so beautiful!