Blogs are supposed to be oh-so-up-to-the-minute, but this series of posts on our July visit to Italy has bucked that trend. Months have passed, seasons have changed, and even a child was born while the Moveable Feast soldiered on. One unintended benefit has been the opportunity to look upon all of those images of Italy in summer as winter in New York draws near. It's 19 degrees right now!
If you happened to have arrived late to Moveable Feast: Italia '05, here's the entire series, from start to finish:
»Seeking Santa Margherita
»Send in the Clowns
»Camogli: Market Day
»Liguria: Random Acts of Eating
»Best Focaccia Ever
»Cowboy (and Cashmere) Country
»Lunching on Higher Ground
»Maremma: Random Acts of Eating
»Next Stop, Rome
»Roman Pilgrimage: Tazza D'Oro
»Roman Pilgrimage: Campo de' Fiori
»Roman Pilgrimage: Forno Campo de' Fiori
»Rome: Random Acts of Eating
SWEET AND VICIOUS Above, a stuffed toy cinghiale, or wild boar, purchased at a gas station in the Maremma.