January 1, 2007

Happy 2007

I have always dreamed about making a calendar of the market.. but never got around to it.

thanks to Flickr....






Here is your Market Calendar!

To download the calendar, click on the link above, then click on each month.

You choose a size and download image to your computer, FREE!

Please let me know if you enjoy it!

I am also thinking about doing several others, food from the market, and Florence and Chianti.


The San Lorenzo market has been a second home to me and a school.
Market vendors my teachers as well as sharing a coffee and recipes with fellow clients.

Cooking with the seasons, as only a market can teach you, relying on a fragrance of a ripe piece of fruit or a magic moment of perfect ingredinet to create a menu.

I hope that 2007 brings a sense of simplicity , quality and fun to your food!
Spend more time shopping...and less time cooking!

Embrace the seasons!

Enjoy!!!

6 comments:

  1. Ivonne6:06 PM

    Happy 2007! Buon anno!

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  2. Judy, when I click on the link I get a message from flckr that says the page is private and that I don't have permission to view it! Is it just me?

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  3. I love the calendar Judy. Thanks so much for sharing it!!
    Happy New Year.

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  4. I love it! I put it above my laptop so I can think happier thoughts than timesheets. Hope all is well!

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  6. San Lorenzo Market is home to me!
    It was the first place a friend took my father, who had just moved in from Bologna in the early 70s, so that he could have a look (and a bite!) into what Florence really is.

    My first memories are there, me tucking into a lampredotto loaf (as large as my head), sitting on the marble bar of Ottavino's stand, one of the historic lampredotto cooks, with the owner snapping jokes with my parents (and more important, exchanging recipes with my mother :)) and worksmen sitting at their small marble tables with a plate of lesso, or risotto, or broth...

    Even now that Florence is filled in fancy bars, my regular "aperitivo" when I'm near there is a glass of white wine and some liver "crostini"

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