Thanksgiving Best Wishes

It is that time if the year again. The leaves are on the ground (and on my table for decoration 😉), temperatures are cooling, and it feels great to be inside cozying up with our objects of comfort. I maintained the tradition of celebrating Thanksgiving, and it is very popular among my acquaintances. I always […]

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Time for Creamy Soups

As soon as the temperatures drop along with the leaves, 🍁🍂🍁,when before going for a stroll I need to wear a my new Moncler, and a cap, that is when I start thinking about soups, creams, and veloutés. After a walk in the rain for some seasonal pictures, I had a craving for one nice, […]

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Vino Veritas–Apulia Wines

Apulia is the region of sun, sea, long beaches, olive trees and … vineyards! Yes, Apulia gives us some very good wines, to the point of thinking of a list of the best Apulian wines to add to our tables.     Here are the 10 best wines of Apulia  Outside the regional boundaries, the Apulian […]

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Soave: A Town, a Castle, a Wine

  Soave as “Suave, Agreeable, Courtly, Sophisticated” that is this little town in the province of Verona, just between Verona and Vicenza. Legend has it that it was Dante Alighieri, a guest at the Scaliger Castle to give the name “Soave” to the town by virtue of its delicious wine. More likely, the name of Soave […]

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The Real Bruschetta

Bruschetta originated in Italy during the 16th century. However, origins of the dish can be traced back to Ancient Rome, when olive growers would bring their olives to a local olive press and taste a sample of their freshly pressed oil using a slice of bread (a practice still in use today to taste good olive […]

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Jammin …. figues, homemade!

It is perfect to taste on a slice of bread and butter, it can stuff all your cakes or give flavor to a cheese plate: in any case, fig jam is a real treat.  Prepare it Yourself  Whether made with black or green ones, fig jam is a delight to be enjoyed throughout the winter. […]

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Wine Labels

Little attention is dedicated to the artistic side of the wine label. Yet the labels are designed with care, research, and talent by many artists whose name is nowhere to be seen. There are many remarkable labels, both, for the Italian production, and international. Italian wines, particularly those most renowned, tend to maintain traditional labeling […]

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