Renee at the window in Hotel Duomo, Orvieto, Italy.
Sometimes you hear a phrase, a question, or a comment, and it sticks in your mind like a barnacle to the bottom of a boat — forever glued to your psyche. Such was the question asked of my dining companions and me during a recent trip to Orvieto, Italy.
“Do you want normal, or do you want crazy?” — Chef Lorenzo Polegri
And there are few dining experiences in one’s life so spectacular as to rank among the most memorable. But when you find yourself immersed in one, you know it is special.
I was in Orvieto, Italy to study the Monastic Approach to Writing under the tutelage of Justen Ahren from Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.
Ristorante Zeppelin had been recommended to him, thus our eagerness to give it a try.
Shunning menus, Justen asked for…
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