07 Sep Part 1: Random Food Musings in Emilia Romagna: Italian Fast Food, Habits to Copy, Beach Dives
Patrizia’s new husband complained that when they live in Italy all she will do is sit, eat, and talk for hours at a time.
That was seven years ago, and now, her husband, a U.S. native, does the same thing. “Good things are easy to copy,” contends Patrizia, 53. “In Italy, we eat, we talk about what we are going to eat, and who we will invite to eat with us.”
However, that day “a quick lunch” was on the agenda, according to plans made by the Emilia Romagna Tourism Board for “Blogville” participants. ( See http://www.blogville-emilia-romagna.com .) Patrizia of the Comacchio tourism office was showing us the coast near Ferrera