This past semester I took a Nutrition class at LDM. The class was named Topics in Nutrition and was taught by Marco. Marco is a very fun, enthusiastic guy. In his class we learn a lot about nutrition and the body with what foods we should eat and what’s better for us. We also get… Read More LDM Topic in Nurtition Class
During the week of November 19th- 25th, my dad came to visit me in Florence. We had planned a lot to do while he was here. We went to see the David in the Academia, Palazzo Pitti, the Duomo, piazza Santa Croce, Ponte Vecchio, and the Galileo Museum. We went to more places but these… Read More The best breakfast I’ve had since home
Throughout this first semester of me studying in Florence, my roommate Kathleen and I (with guest appearances from Anna) have made many meals for ourselves. Here I will share them with you! These are the meals we made this semester: Throughout this first semester of me studying in Florence, my roommate Kathleen and I (with… Read More Look Mom I know how to cook for myself!
La Milkeria is a magical place. It’s much more than just a cafe. They have a large menu of foods such as Crêpes, Waffles, Pancakes, Gelato, croissants, cookies, muffins, milkshakes, and a large list beverages. Some of their beverages are cappuccinos, hot chocolate, tea, fresh juices, iced coffee, and many Italian coffee drinks that have complex… Read More La Milkeria
In my Philosophy of Food class we are each writing papers on various topics. Some are writing about the debate of, is food art?, some about the ethics of genetically modified food and some even on the ethics of cannibalism! I chose to write about synthetic meat. Is synthetic meat ethical? My argument is that… Read More Synthetic Meat
This year I spent Thanksgiving in Florence instead of at home with my family. Marist provided a dinner for us at a restaurant called Ciro & Sons that’s not to far from where I live. My friends and I all went and sat together at a big round table that had a paper turkey in the… Read More Thanksgiving in Italy?
Roughly 1 billion people around the world are malnourished or hungry. Close to half of these are children. While billions of people are starving, many are living in affluence and have the power to help. So we ask the question, what obligations do affluent people have to those who are hungry? Do they even have… Read More World Hunger: Do we have a moral obligation to help?