Video Tour of Osteria Del Parco with Chef Samuele

I’m truly glad to be back home, but a rather large part of my heart will always remain in Italy. I still have SO much to share with all of you so please hang in there with me while we continue to sort through photos and edit video and I’ll continue to post stories and videos of our amazing journey.  I’m also starting work on my next cookbook which will be the first of many for an international paleo cookbook series! The first book will of course be all about Italy with accompanying recipes; all paleo but as authentic as possible!!!  I’m so excited to expand our paleo lifestyle into international travel and cuisine – we are learning about life from others who truly know how to live it and now we can share it with you and my heart is truly bursting with joy, excitement and anticipation…  Our lives are forever changed, we’ve had to make huge changes on the home front in order to make this all happen, but life is so darn short, and it’s worth the risk, worth the fear, worth the craziness with kids and family, worth putting it “all on hold” in order to dive head first into really living…

Ok, I’ve sidetracked. During our last post we were still in the beautiful Marche region and had just taken you with us on our epic truffle hunt!  Immediately following our hunt, we went on to the charming village of Acqualagna where I had the extreme pleasure of cooking with Master Chef Samuele of Osteria Del Parco.  Before our time together in Samuele’s kitchen, we were treated to lunch  which was seriously an out of this world experience.  We had antipastos of thinly sliced carpaccio, fresh arugula, tomatoes and shaved truffle and from the very beginning of our meal, I knew that being able to even step foot into Samuele’s kitchen was a huge honor that I would not take for granted.  Please enjoy the following pictures and video as we take you along to Osteria Del Parco.

For more information on visiting the beautiful Marche region of Italy, please click here!

  

 

 

Comments

  1. says

    Fantastic! You are very inspiring and I love how you start to look outside of the US for new ideas. We’ve lived in 6 countries an the last 13 years, so I know what I speak about when saying that there are great food out there ! :-) (One day we want to add USA to our list of countries…. up until now, we’ve only been for holidays) Looking forward to reading more and seeing more pics!

  2. Kim says

    I am so excited to hear of your international paleo cookbook! My husband is in the Air Force and we have been blessed with overseas assignments. However, it has made my paleo journey ride a bit of a roller-coaster =) Since we can’t ever go to places like Whole Foods or Trader Joes, I’m looking forward to what you are piecing together! Thank you thank you!

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