Daily Notes


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April, 2011 / Events
Piantarmaggio

Sansepulcro
June, 2012 / Places
The Aboca Museum

Man tasting wild greens
November, 2012 / Food & Wine
Wild Things

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Alejandra Fabris -
Victoria De Maio
Victoria De Maio - Travel Consultant, Blogger, Writer, Tour Leader, Published Author & Lover of All Things Italian!
Wendy Holloway
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April 28, 2015 / Food & Wine

There’s Ceres, goddess of grains, Minerva, goddess of wisdom and Flora, goddess of flowers, springtime and fertility. Demeter watches over

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April 21, 2015 / Food & Wine

Orecchiette is a specialty pasta found in Puglia. Its name is derived from its shape which resembles little ears: orecchio

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April 2, 2015 / Food & Wine

The other day I was walking by the pharmacy in my little town of S. Agata dè Goti. It is

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March 27, 2015 / Food & Wine

Just 15 minutes west of Chianciano Terme is one of our favorite restaurants, Dopolavoro, at the beautiful La Foce Estate.

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March 17, 2015 / Food & Wine

Cucina povera, which can literally be translated as “poor kitchen”, is rich in tradition. With origins primarily in, but certainly

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