National Prosecco Day🍾🥂
Today, August 13, 2020 is considered as National Prosecco Day! I created a tuscan theme vibe without even noticing it! The shoot was shot in my backyard using the stone tables with the umbrella. The weather was nice, it was too hot since it was in the evening.
I used my dried lavender flowers from my room as a floral arrangement for my Prosecco Day theme! Since pasta is known to pair well with Prosecco, I conducted research to see which Prosecco to purchase and which type of pasta to pair with it.
The Ruffino Wine Prosecco was purchased from Total Wine and the sliced apples were purchased from Publix.
I posted a week ago content of pasta recipes and menus on both Facebook and Twitter. The pasta I selected that would pair well with the Ruffino Wines Prosecco was a pasta dish called “Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe”, which is super easy to make at home and it does not contain a great deal of preparation.
I decided to coordinate my outfit with the theme by wearing a lightweight off the shoulder frill denim dress with a pair of white Converse sneakers from journeys. It also worked well because of the colors and also the summer sizzling weather.
The theme I was going for was not only the vision of the Italian Tuscan vibe but also I wanted something to compliment everything altogether.
The “Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe” recipe Below consist of (https://www.lacucinaitaliana.com/italian-food/how-to-cook/spaghetti-cacio-e-pepe-step-by-step) :
Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe Original Recipe
Ingredients for 4 servings
Time 20 mins
12 oz spaghetti
5 oz fresh pecorino romano cheese
Grate 4 oz pecorino cheese and place in a large frying pan, then grind a generous dose of black pepper over the top.