Stir-Fried Green Beans with Peppers and Onions; Verona surprises — 8 Comments

    • kate, I first heard about them when we lived in Andorra…. Very interesting. Religion is so much more interesting in Europe – a lot of fascinating history that was lost in the U.S.

  1. Hi Katie! I’m still following your recipes. This green bean stir fry was excellent! Stacy M

  2. This recipe is amazing! I made it yesterday for dinner for my whole family and they all loved it. It’s my new go to recipe when I’m shot on time. Thank you so much. I’ve been following your blog for many years now and you have inspired my whole family.

    • Hi Victoria, nice to hear from you. I’m so glad you and your family liked the beans. We like quick and easy in the summer! And thanks for reading!

  3. The salad sounds delicious.

    The church exploration sounds fabulous. That’s one of our favourite things to do too – we take the binoculars to be able to see detail in the stained glass and frescoes…. That is so cool that you heard so much music!

    I’ve only seen one black madonna before – in Eglise Notre-Dame in Dijon. She was beautiful and, as you say, not at all hidden away from tourists, etc. (although we just blundered onto her when we were exploring.)

  4. Binoculars – what a great idea! Getting lost and / or blundering on to treasures are the best parts of traveling. Esp. now when one can get completely lost, then turn on the GPS on the phone and find your way back to the hotel lol