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Nazim Beltran Jul 10
Had a blast at the first Italian gig of Well worth the trip from Milan!
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Casa Chiesi Jul 14
We can't get enough of these wonderful guides from the NY Times! This time it's the turn of Naples, Italy .
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Casa Chiesi Jul 13
Birra Moretti is to ‘deliver’ experienced Italian grandmothers – or ‘nonnas’ – to the homes of beer drinkers.
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Casa Chiesi 12h
This is the most basic and simplest cooked pasta sauce, hence it is the benchmark of a good Italian home cook.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 13
This double-handled, curved knife is rocked back and forth on a cutting board, making quick work of chopped herbs, greens, onions and garlic.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 12
Many locals blame the chaos on the large tour groups who infiltrate the local trains.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 10
Glorious Food Blessed with rich volcanic soils, a bountiful sea, and countless generations of culinary know-how, the Naples region is one of Italy's epicurean heavyweights.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 14
As in other rural areas of Sicily the decline began with the industrialisation of the agricultural sector.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 8
Seventy percent of Italian travellers will be heading to the coast, with the mountains the second most popular choice.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 9
In need of some inspiration for this summer's food gatherings? This collection of Italian summer recipes is perfect for bringing a little bit of Italy’s sole to your own dinner table.
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Casa Chiesi 15h
Near-prohibitive planning restrictions mean Lake Maggiore’s sleepy shores stay sleepy.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 11
"Before we close the borders we should try to manage the traffic and flows within those borders."
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Casa Chiesi Jul 11
Poggioreale is the latest depopulated town in Sicily and elsewhere in Italy to try radical approaches to halt their slide into oblivion.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 8
Two Michelin starred chefs show all the tips and tricks to make the perfect pesto, directly from Liguria.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 13
Mark Hinshaw is a retired city planner who moved to Le Marche with his wife two years ago.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 11
About time we put this discussion to rest! It was simply improvised food that resembled the stuff from the old country.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 13
Still reminiscing of the opening of the Traverse19 sessions in Trento! A quick overview at the beautiful Teatro Sociale in Trento
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Casa Chiesi Jul 14
In 1924 the venue underwent another restoration which signed the beginning of a new era, the cinema.
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Casa Chiesi Jul 14
Trento is a fantastic city! Thanks for a great conference!
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Casa Chiesi Jul 10
In 1957, young mother Nella Costella regularly walked her baby carriage past Cassinelli Pasta, stopping in to chat. Check out this great article regarding this landmark in Queens, NY
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