My love of technology is equaled perhaps by my love of food! After all, how can you feed the mind without feeding the body and the soul? This article in The New York Times by Matt Gross is just what the doctor ordered: Italian food in the homes of Italians in one of the world’s most beautiful countries. Through the Home Food website, you can join for a modest fee (less than $5) and search the listings for a meal that appeals. It seems to be a great opportunity to visit small towns that might not be on your radar and it sounds like an idea that should be implemented in other countries. It’s funny how I think of food when I think of past travels. . . The wonderful smell of lamb grilling in Greece, beans slowly cooking over a fire in Egypt. . . It’s time to break out my cookbooks!