In a region where home-grown produce is exceptional, Enza and Pasquale’s vegetables are something to write home about. This retired couple farm a small strip of land outside Nardò and sell their goods every Sunday at Sant’Isidoro market. Everything they grow tastes delicious, from their enormous cauliflowers in the
winter to the oddly-shaped (but delicious) courgettes in the summer. They also sell dried beans, chickpeas and wild oregano, if you fancy taking a taste of Puglia home with you. Not familiar with some of the things they sell? Enza can provide cooking instructions too.