These Pictures Of Grandmas All Over The World Posing With Home-Cooked Meals Are Like Comfort Food For The Soul.
Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti knows there’s nothing quite like a grandmother’s home-cooked meal. The smell alone brings about a certain warmth that is like no other. It’s almost as if you’re eating their love, and lots of it. To show everyone that this phenomenon is universal, Galimberti traveled across the world and photographed grandmothers with their specialty dishes. The collection is… well… let’s just say I hope you have a lunch break coming up.
1. Bat Bot (Berber Bread Baked in a Pan) – Fatma Bahkach, 59 – Aghrimz, Morocco
2. Garlic Prawns with Rice and Prawns Pirao – Rosane Liborio, 54 – Florianópolis, Brazil
3. Mjadara (Rice and Lentils Cream) – Wadad Achi, 66 – Beirut, Lebanon
4. Injera with Curry and Vegetables – Bisrat Melake, 60 – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
5. Kjotsùpa (Lamb and Vegetables Soup) – Valagerdur Olafsdòttir, 63 – Reykjavìk, Iceland
6. Burekoep Domate (Layered Egg Custard Pie) – Neriman Mitrolari, 52 – Albania
7. Asado Criollo (Mixed Meats Barbecue) – Isolina Perez De Vargas, 83 – Mendoza, Argentina
8. Hui Guo Rou (Twice-cooked Pork with Vegetables) – Pan Guang Mei, 62 – Chongqing, China
9. Chocolate Toffee Trifle – Melanie Hill , 50 – Utah, USA
10. Fejoada (Pork and Bean Stew) – Ana Lucia Souza Pascoal, 53 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
11. Queso Humacha (Vegetables and Fresh cheese Soup) – Julia Enaigua, 71 – La Paz, Bolivia
12. Chicken and Vegetables Couscous – Lebgaa Fanana, 42 – Timimoun, Algeria
13. Corvina Fish Ceviche – Itala Revello Rosas, 77 – Lima, Peru
14. Kuoshry (Pasta, Rice, and Legumes pie) – Fifi Makhmer, 62 – Cairo, Egypt
15. Lambi in Creole Sauce – Serette Charles, 63 – Saint-Jean du Sud, Haiti
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