I am a big fan of Sarah, who is a RS guide. If you follow her on Facebook, she is featuring Italian cooking right now and demonstrating some of her favorite recipes! (Adventures with Sarah) She’s calling it Cucina Quarantena! 🤣 🥖🍕🥫🍅
She is so funny! Enjoying her cooking lessons!
AND I'm so happy she got her tour members and herself home from Egypt.
I’m enjoying her posts, too. Yesterday while working at home yet again with no one to talk to I was really looking forward to the next episode of Cucina Quaratena. :) I would have made that first recipe but sadly I had no bacon.
Sounds great, will try to find it.
,waves at Karen from iowa I have bacon.... here, CATCH
I follow her too! She is too fun! Also, she and group got home safely!
I’ve never been on a tour with her, but I feel like I know her and her sons – she is so real! I love to follow her as she travels. One day I hope to do one of her tours! 😊
I started following her last fall when she did her tour of Romania--she inspired me to plan my own trip there in early May that is now sadly not going to happen. Hoping for next year.
What a great idea and service to her readers. I have been to her packing class and Italy/Sicily class at RS in Edmonds. Her enthusiasm and sense of humor are contagious. She's one special lady! Kristen, thanks for sharing!
I took a RS tour of Sicily on which she was the guide and she did an excellent job. I would follow her anywhere and feel luck she lives in Seattle not far from a house I own and stay in whenever I visit Seattle. She was leading some tours in Asia that we will consider taking in the future when the world gets cured of this virus.
Can someone post a link to the cooking lesson? I cannot find it on Facebook or her blog. Thanks.
Thanks for the bacon! :D We have to take care of each other in these times.
Sorry I don’t know how to post a link. Hopefully someone will help with that, but her Facebook page is Adventures With Sarah. If you go to your Facebook page you should find a few of them.
Her Facebook page is where I am seeing the most videos. They are not all posted on YouTube at this point in time - or at least that I can find.
Thanks for the link! We were so lucky to have her as our guide in Rome last year. Stay safe everyone!
Check out Sarah’s latest recipe – she went “dumpster diving” in her fridge and came up with an amazing meal! I can’t figure out how to post a link, but it’s on her Facebook page, Adventures with Sarah. 😊
I have been watching Cucina Quarantena since it was first mentioned here. Watching these videos is so heartwarming. Sarah and her sons are charming. The food they cook is practical and looks yummy. I intend to watch as they make porchetta tomorrow evening. I am also going to make the tuscan bean dip they made yesterday.
I know, Debbie! I love Sarah and her boys! I just started watching tonight’s episode on Facebook, but then she switched over to Instagram and I have to figure out how to get it there! I follow her, but only her photographs show up so I will play around with it. Last night’s bean dip looked so delicious! I truly look forward to her nightly sessions!😊
Kristen, I recall Sarah said earlier that she would be doing something on Chianti with a guest, so I suppose her video is not the right medium. I have no social media accounts so am dependent on when things are freely shared. Sorry to miss it, but here in PA, all our liquor stores are closed and there is little wine to be had - No Chianti :-(
But I hope to make the bean spread tomorrow and then porchetta perhaps over the weekend.