I don't have the best relationship with pizza in America. This may be attributed to its greasiness. Or maybe after eating it excessively in Media Production classes, I got sick of it. Luckily, organic pizza in TerraViva restored a bit of my old liking toward pizza.
We paid a visit to the walled TerraViva, an organic farm in Ferrara.
It's had quite a history: It wasn't intended to be a farm, it was designed as a stronghold by the noble Estes family to barricade themselves. By the events of today, the government chose to preserve the old walls to allow the cultivate of food.
I'm sure the Estes family had all the means to live on pizza (first documented as existing since 997 AD).
Okay, so I took some artistic liberties to this historical account. I can't be too sure they had the luxury of pizza at the time.
So anyway, we all forged our own pizza, our veggies ingredients plucked straight from the garden.
- Green onions
- Zucchini flower
- Lavender (they're for teas, but why not?)
I screwed up my pizza...