How about a different spring dish today? It feels good to eat a light meal for lunch, avoiding the pasta once in a while. This is how I make it, but of course you can replace any ingredient for your taste. You’ll need;
- 400 gram fresh shrimp
- 1 small cucumber
- 1 carrot
- 4 reddish
- 1/2 orange or lemon
- olive oil
- salt and pepper
You clean the shrimp, put them in boiling water for 3 minutes and give them a cold shower so they cool off the heat. Then you cut the vegetables and season your salad with olive oil, fine cut parsley, orange or lemon juice, salt and pepper. Enjoy!
Italians are picky about their food and they eat a lot. In Italy it is not unusual that a three course meal actually consists of seventeen different kinds of food. Every time you get offered a new plate, be aware that it’s probably not the last..
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Terracina has a very large supply of local products, grown at the Pontine plains and offers a huge selection of excellent food; very sweet tomatoes, dewy sweet grapes, spicy rucola which almost burns your tongue, intensely green basil with huge leaves etc etc – everything is fresh and colorful and it tastes so good! Moreover, the prices are quite reasonable too, if you shop at the right place. Local food is the best and it’s cheaper as well, as it comes without packaging.
There’s a daily market at the large hall by the canal and at the small shops on the street outside. In the winter months, from September to April, the hall is closed on Sundays. The rest of the year it’s open every day.
Breakfast in Italy does not include bread. The most common thing to have is a ‘Cornetto‘, a sweet pastry, and of course some kind of coffee. Children, but not only, often drink a ‘Cappuccino‘ or a ‘Caffe latte‘, which both are mixed with milk. After breakfast the milk is put away.
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