Tomorrow is Saint Anthony Abbot’s day and in many parts of Italy we celebrate it with bonfires – in Italian “falò“. The
Here is where I share my tips and secrets about Abruzzo (and beyond), Italy, so you can learn about what makes Abruzzo shine before you arrive on your next trip.
If you are curious about the local venues, traditional food and recipes, common sayings in dialect, and what to expect on your travels, grab your espresso and immerse yourself in our blog!
You can also read through our travelers’ stories to see firsthand what Abruzzo has to offer.
I’m happy to show you the beautiful landscapes, culture, food and traditions of Abruzzo and my other favorite Italian regions such as Puglia, Sicily, Emilia Romagna and much more!
Ciao for now, Fabrizio.
https://youtu.be/gOnp3DZxeKU Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 Onion Asparagus Homemade Passata Tagliatelle pasta Cooking time: about 15 minutes. (Wow! Quick & easy)
2012 is the year to watch out for fake Italian food. The Italian farm bureau Coldiretti recently carried out a survey on Italian