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Duck prosciutto

Prosciutto… Delicious, dry-cured pork that is thinly sliced and usually served uncooked. It goes great in sandwiches or salads, on pizza, or just on its own in an antipasto plate, with a little melon. But it takes a long time to dry-cure a pork leg. A long time indeed, and you need the right facilities […]

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All hail pizza, queen of the world

After 28 years of living, eating, and cooking, I hereby proclaim my most favourite food in the world to be… Drumroll please… …Pizza! Okay, maybe I’ve only been cooking for 20 years. But I’ve been eating Pizza for at least 26. Right mom? It used to be if someone were to ask me: “Hey Soph, […]

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I Bled in Pizza Wars and got Wealthy

Bled, Slovenia has all of the postcard-perfect characteristics of a quaint European town: Emerald coloured lake surrounded by rolling green mountains on all sides Tiny island in middle of Emerald lake with picturesque white church Castle sitting atop a sheer cliff face overlooking village Narrow cobblestoned alleyways leading steeply up to aforementioned castle Pizza restaurant […]

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Prosciutto and Olives

Prosciutto and Olives, originally uploaded by Sophie Idsinga. Experimenting with my new lens, and also having a snack!

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