I decided to pick some less known places to make up my own personal list of the 10 wonders you shouldn’t escape on your next trip to Italy, spanning from the ancient Greek era to contemporary architecture. You may find dozens of lists like this, thus nothing make mine more special than others. I just pointed out the ones that, from my point of view, can make the difference and generate unexpected emotions.
Today’s recipe is based on a specific kind of meat: the veal. Not any veal but what is considered the best variety on a global scale: the Fassone Piemontese. This is definetly the best for raw meat-based recipes.
If I had to pick something good of being stuck in my home due to the Covid 19 global outbreak, I would say that I have plenty of time to plan my next travel. We just need to wait, respect the rules our governments are giving us to prevent further development of the virus, and … Continue reading Cooking exercise before travelling. Agnolotti del Plin
If you enjoyed my latest post about the Langhe and Monferrato region and you are thinking of planning a visit, I propose you a simple and quick food exercise to train your palate to one of the most genuine flavors of the cooking tradition of this area: the hazelnut!Be aware that I am not talking … Continue reading Cooking exercise before travelling hazelnut cake
Genova and its region, called Liguria, offer an endless variety of local products and, being on the seashore, most of it culinary art involves fisheries.
When you travel to Italy you discover that each city, town or village as well each region have its own cooking tradition. Along the coastline, many recipes will be based on fish, in the countryside meat and vegetable play the main role and anywhere you find great cheese, salami, hams, breads, vegetables and several interpretation … Continue reading Cooking exercise – Venice
Today I am not sharing with you a specific travel advice or a food exercise. I recently spoke to a very good friend of mine, named Carla Rigazzi, who also is a professional Tour Guide, and we discussed a bit about the present pandemic emergency and its long lasting effect on our job as tourism … Continue reading Open letter to a traveller