Signora Anna on the market has real veggies.
And organic lemons that a supermarket chain would reject for “not being perfect”
She also has the only zucchini blossoms on the market.
A group of people were behind me asking rhetorically “Zucchini blossoms? What do you do with THEM?”
I pretended I hadn’t heard them mention “rhetoric” and said “Cut them in half with the baby zucchini, dredge them in tempura batter and fry them in olive oil. Or make a zucchini risotto and chop the blossoms in at the last minute.”
They looked at me as if I was trying to explain quantum physics by yodelling.