A trip to the unlikely places where the soul of Italian cuisine can be discovered
I've felt that same sob rising...thank you for the memory.
I love this story-- and that photo of the Modernist dreamscape with the vintage cars outside is Fellini-eque. I remember a desperate search for a lunch spot in the backwoods of Le Marche that led us to a similar trattoria behind a factory, filled with workers and truckers. I could never find the spot again, but never forgot the simple, pure beauty of the meal they served.
Apparently substack is confused & won't accept my direct reply: ragù, fried artichokes, fried cardi....and much more.
Interested in taking the Spring 2024 cooking workshop. Are there any reviews of the workshops anywhere other than on your website? Publications, other websites? The workshop sounds incredible but need to do due diligence in order to spend the money!
Danielle, Thank you for being a food explorer of the most - to me - valuable kind. I too have experienced the drastic shift in the quality of food in Italy over the years. Maybe people like you and Anita will start a trend.