How fantastic! The food looks absoulutely devine.
Wonderful shots of the good life. The pasta looks luscious, and, yes, I'm salivating over that cake. Do tell.
Oh sure, the cake looks great, but it's the corn I want to know about! Where or where did you get corn? and did everyone eat it?
Thanks. It is always a good time with the neighbors :)Daisey -- Okay. So, about the corn. I was told that the corn was "borrowed" from a nearby field by one of the visitors from the South. Since we've always been told that most of this corn in our area is grown for animal feed . . . well, we passed on the corn. "Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink." This little fact did not seem to bother the visitors & they ate it up. . . . . hmmmm.
The fabulous lazy hazy days of summer and being able to enjoy such evenings with family friends and delicious food. :)
Corn on the cob is soooo rare here, I wonder if it was actually edible? Everything else looks delish in a totally unqualified way! :-)
I want to hang out in the Paese!
It looks good and welcoming! Hope you're on summer holiday for a little longer, so you can enjoy the paese.
I'm pretty sure that the corn was indeed not edible; this did not stop some from eating it. It is pretty on those coals next to that fire, though . . . isn't it?D