After a summer spent feeding on fruit, mozzarella and vine ripened tomatoes; we Italians are thrown back into reality, torn away from vacation places. Back-to-school and office rhythms dictate we step back into more substantial eating routines.
In Italy’s Indian summer, however, light menus can still be adopted. These dishes are easy on digestion and provide perfect alimentary support for students and adults getting back into post-vacation mode.
Personally, given my new eating regimen, these dishes are normal part of my routine. I will feed on a rotation of these dishes while I wait for pumpkin, chunky soups, mushroom, root and cruciferous greens season.
Here are a few favorite go-to dishes that will keep your summer body well into autumn.
Continue Reading “Pre autumn groove” as appeared on The American Magazine in Italia
Eleonora Baldwin is a TV host, freelance food and travel writer, and culinary connoisseur based in Rome, Italy. Her writing appears in several food and travel publications. Her shows “ABCheese” and “Uazz’america” are broadcast on Italian food network Gambero Rosso Channel. Her podcast “iCheese” is recorded live on the Radio Food Live network.