It’s so great to discover a beautiful, interesting, multi-faceted blog with the bonus of wonderful recipes. Sara Rosso seriously delivers in her blog Ms. Adventures in Italy. I just finished reading one of her older posts “On Open Doors” and was mesmerized. She writes beautifully and shares fantastic photos of her travels and her food.
Ms. Rosso lived in Italy for thirteen years and only just returned to California in 2016. While in Italy, she founded “World Nutella Day,” amongst other things. The idea was well-received globally; this past February 5 marked its ninth year. In 2015, she transferred the duties to Ferrero, the makers of Nutella, but it’s Sara we have to thank for such an enjoyable observation to begin with. Talk about crossing cultures!
Sometimes she features recipes she likes that aren’t her own, really good ones, but her website also boasts many of her own wonderful creations or versions of truly international fare.
She has another website, When I Have Time, with tips about technology and starting up a business and really about life in general.
In the meantime, while we still have winter squash in season, why not give her Butternut Squash Hummous a try?
Surely, the past, present, and future connect in this miraculous state we call life. In this light, history and all human experience are ever-present. Wouldn't it be nice, then, if we could enjoy each other, if we could appreciate and celebrate our differences? Let us love! Let us have fun. Let us toast each other and wish each other well. Now, in our awareness, is the time to be happy, to do our best, to live fully to our purest, highest standards.