Every spring, two plants dominate the table on the Dalmatian coast : artichoke and wild asparagus. On the coast the wild asparagus grows on the fields with high grass and bushes, and its skinny spears can be difficult to find if you don’t know where to look for. Read More
For some time now I’ve been trying to completely reduce meat from my nutrition. I won’t say I have become a full vegetarian because I love fish and I will also not say no to a piece of meat in a good restaurant from time to time. But I’ve never been a great meat eater and the fact my mother is a pescetarian (no meat but eats fish) accustomed me to eat more than satisfying vegetable based lunches since childhood. Read More
As I was a child, I’ve spent every summer in our small house on an Adriatic island with my grandparents. This was a time of pure joy, of long warm summers, from end of school mid June to beginning of September. I still go there every year, it’s a tradition of mine I’m hoping to keep as long as I can, but those childhood summers are still engraved to my memories as some of the most beautiful moments of my life. Read More
This year summer started late and ended ever faster. There was no sun in Paris until mid-July and even thought I arrived at the Croatian coast at the same time as I do every year, this time I had to leave earlier.Read More
Today I will not write about Paris. We will forget all about that beautiful and sometimes tiring city and move to another tiny part of the world, to a place that is more home to me than my own home town. We will move to a small island, in an even smaller village.