If you love food as much as I do, then you will drool over the following photo montage of my favourite Sardinian delights.
Cooked porceddu with myrtle berries
Sardinian Squid Ink Pasta & local red wine
Baked pancetta with local mushrooms (hand-picked)
Getting ready for a baking with potatoes & olives
Artichokes, tomatoes and asparagus – all local!
Local veggie stir-fry
Fresh Sardinian Squid
Grilled local veggies
All local produce: Cheese, Olives and Artichokes
Freshly baked Sardinian Bread
Sardinian Porceddu – Sardinian Pork with white myrtle
Baked Orate & Potatoes
Baked artichokes & potatoes
Sardinian Sweets – My all-time favourite, in the whole world!
Freshly cut Sardinian Artichokes
Freshly picked parsley & baby tomatoes
Everything that you’ve seen here is locally farmed, produced and hand crafted from age-old traditions that still ring true today. (I’m still, slowly learning the art of patience in the kitchen.)
I try my best to buy only products (fruit, veg, meats, cheese and wine) which are produced in Sardinia. It’s difficult sometimes but I can proudly say that 80% of the products consumed in my house come from Sardinian farms.
I think it’s important to keep our struggling Sardinian economy going and have bought only local produce for many years. I find the food tastes better, looks better and lasts longer than the produce shipped over on the boats.
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