Glorious white sand beaches, jagged cliff filled coastlines, ancient ruins, fresh, abundant seafood, eerie yet beautiful grottos, and a great travel buddy made this trip truly spectacular.
Locavorism is not a novelty in Italy; it is a way of life. The trend of eating local and from farm to table became increasingly popular in the last few years, but in most places throughout Italy, if it isn’t in season, you’re not going to get it. On our most recent adventure to Sardinia, we found that a lot of restaurants only served a few items which were freshly caught hours before or arrived in wooden crates from nearby farms. A few times we ignorantly tried to order off the menu and were briskly informed that it was not in season or not today’s catch, but we were happily rewarded with fresh, succulent, and flavorful finned and shelled critters from the sea.Read More
While visiting family on the serene and tranquil Long Boat Key, the abundance of local, fresh, gulf seafood immediately spelled out fish tacos!
Spice rubbed Mahi Mahi, black bean mango salsa, toasted whole wheat tortilla, avocado.