Family, Tradition, and Modena’s Black Gold: Everything You Didn’t Know You Wanted to Know About Balsamic Vinegar

A long, narrow driveway leads straight into fields of freshly tilled soil. At the end, there's an enormous lemon-yellow house with green trim. Two giant, all-white sheepdogs fall over themselves to greet you. There's a friendly donkey named Lola who roams around the backyard garden full of flowers, a fountain with goldfish, and fruit trees … Continue reading Family, Tradition, and Modena’s Black Gold: Everything You Didn’t Know You Wanted to Know About Balsamic Vinegar

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Photo Journal of the Eternal City

After bidding farewell to my family and my home for the last year, I left Spain this week to begin a new adventure in Italy. But before heading to the vineyards of Tuscany, I got to spend two days ~roaming~ around Rome. While I wish I'd had more time to explore every crevice of this … Continue reading Photo Journal of the Eternal City