Sophia Loren visits our planet

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I posted this photo a month ago of Sophia Loren holding two items that every Filipino who grew up in the ’60s-’70s is familiar with — the dreaded wooden giant spoon & fork. 

That photo was actually taken from Sophia’s 1971 cookbook, In Cucina Con Amore (published in English as “Eat With Me”).  I’ve been wanting this book for a while because the recipes were all written by Sophia herself.  Imagine, owning a cookbook from a woman who once said about her famously voluptous figure:  “Everything you see, I owe to spaghetti.”  Take that, anti-carb crusaders!

I'm eating some spaghetti today!

I'm eating some spaghetti today!

As much as I love Sophia, I think some of the photos from her cookbook are just hilarious.  It’s like she’s some alien visitor to our planet, the way she poses with food.  Mangia mangia!

Posing with wheels of cheese - "Meet my new friends"

"Come cheese, let us smile for the camera"

Posing with meat products - "And this, what is this? Get it away from Sophia"

"What is this little oily product? Get it away from Sophia"

Posing with desserts - "What is this I am touching?"


Posing with pheasant friends

"Sophia likes you, stuffed pheasant birds. Come, let us pose holding each other."


5 responses to “Sophia Loren visits our planet

  1. Best. post. ever. “Come, let us pose holding each other.”- ha ha!

  2. I love these pictures! You really will appreciate your vintage recipe card, I see 🙂 I posted it today – hope it gets to you soon.

    • I can’t wait to receive my adorably creepy recipe card, Laura! Will let you know right away when it gets here. Thanks for checking out my site : )

  3. Pingback: Intryck & uttryck | Sophia Lorens tomatsås

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