From the first day of ceramics. I didn't get to see the teacher's example so I didn't get to finish :(
€25 worth of groceries... SCORE. Thank you for adapting the American super-market mentality, Conad.
- Integrali (whole wheat) spaghetti
- Balconi Sweet Roll (CHOCOLATE!)
- Ricotta cheese
- Some kind of sliced cheese?
- Fiocchi cereal
- Fette Biscottate
- Loaf of bread (90 cents)
- Crappy sauce
- Olive Oil
Necessary. So fresh.
Even more necessary.
Brie is very different in Italy. It tastes a bit more... sour? I'm not sure if I like it more or not. At the moment I like US brie but this is beginning to grow on me.
Conad is our supermarket- EVERYTHING is a ridiculous amount cheaper. And you can find just about anything you'll need. The other little grocery stores have a very small selection. Their selection is basically as big as the States' Dollar Tree food section.
Tuesday morning breakfast (left to right): Italian cereal (Fiocchi- kinda like Special K- rolled oats) with Nutella, Fette Biscottate Integrali (literally, sliced whole wheat biscuits/biscotti) with Nutella, Fette Biscottate Integrali with brie and jam, a glass of wine, and a mug of coffee. Hellooooo Italy.
DARKROOM!!!!!!! So beautiful.
After-school lunch... This is actually the first time I had spaghetti since I've been here.