This post is an expression of love to all of the Pasticceria’s in Sicily. All hail ricotta stuffed pastries!
It’s Canadian Thanksgiving Sunday, and like I mentioned in my last post, instead of hanging out with family or my husband I’ll be spending time with a bunch of strangers and taking a three day Sicilian cooking course.
It’s Canadian Thanksgiving weekend, and to celebrate this year I am taking a Sicilian cooking course with a few strangers.
This is definitely going to be the weirdest Thanksgiving ever. And there will be no tofurkey, no mashed potatoes, NO PIE!!!…not even a family member to hug.
My second week here in Sicily has been much more about settling into a routine over exploring, and it’s a good thing.
I keep forgetting that I live here, and am getting behind on normal things like laundry and dishes. These things aren’t fun, but they give me more time to feel like I’m actually getting stuff done.
It’s my second week in Palermo, and I still have so much to explore.
On Monday I started work, so I’ve only been able to walk around in evenings passing by new gelateria’s and pasticceria’s every few minutes. It’s amazing how big this place is and even more amazing how many foods I need to try! I can’t tell you how much fun it is though, so I’m really enjoying my “Sicilian Sundays” posts, where I share my experiences here as well as a traditional Sicilian recipe.
Welcome. I’m Katrina, a biology geek + self taught cook living in Montreal, Canada. I'm a marathon running vegetarian with a mean sweet tooth - let's be friends!
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