You can find more photos of this glorious Positano vacation on my Flickr stream.
ok looks like good food and fun...
Cape Longhe ( name for razor clam in Venice), that's just plain heaven! I don't even remember last time I had some of those with a spray of lemon! Bring back so many memories !Thank you!!
The food looks fabulous. I wish I'd had that for dinner...and the ocean is so beautiful, different from the Pacific which is just a few miles from me.
Wow! Those razor clams look great! And I love that beach shot - very peaceful.
sapore di mare!!! che fameeeee! brilliant!
Good food, sunshine and swimming, what more could one wish for?
More Positano :)
Thank you for bringing some much needed sunshine and warmth to me day! My mouth is watering from the sight of the beautiful seafood. :)
Beautiful and appetizing, and probably right off the boat too.
Thank you everyone, for the lovely comments!I will respond to each individually once I polish of all this fabulous food...CiaoE
Mi piace mangiare con ti oggi. (Hmm, I'm not sure about those indefinite articles.) But it was fun to meet you, mia amica. Piacere.(Eleonora is really a nice lady, everyone.)Ciao!
Jeff~It was my pleasure to meet YOU finally! (Jeff is a really special guy, everyone.)Thank you for the kind thoughts, E. loves his puzzle and I'm making the wild rice tonight, blissfully uncorking a delightful bottle of chilled Frascati: Castelli Romani meets Minnesota!
Brian~It was!!Patricia~Anche a me!Shawnna & Davide~In the south they're called cannolicchi, because of their shape. I much prefer that to "razor" which has such a more cutting sound (no pun intended).Carmen~I understood how much I had missed the sea when I first inhaled its aroma. You are so lucky to live by the ocean!!Chez Loulou~It was, until Easter Sunday when hordes of daytrippers invaded it. But then it was all calm again...Colores~Sapori, profumi, ricordi... tutto meraviglioso!Mimi~I agree with Linda's reply!Linda~I posted more images, wish granted!Deborah~I wished I had photographed more of what we ate, but greed was quicker than the camera!Rosaria~I actually saw those clams come off the boat at 9 am. By noon they were in my gullet...
I'm sitting in my breakfast room looking out at a grey, melancholy day... Thanks for bringing me to another time and place. :=)
Frank~Thanks for traveling there with me! Happy to bring a little sunshine (and seafood) in your day.
I'm moving in with you! Ha. Your food is amazing and simply perfect. I wish you would add some more of your favorites on your profile page at Half Hour Meals! We miss your smiling face. :)