Abruzzo

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"It was hard to find them right away because they were hidden. Then we heard this very tiny bark."
Method: 1. To make the peppers and eggs, start by cutting the peppers in half. Remove the seeds and then cut them into strips
- The Perfect Italian Cheese Plate Watch the video recipe: Vincenzo's Plate Tip: Prepare a couple of trays before you get
Watch the Salmon Pasta video recipe: I also love eating Crispy Skin Salmon and I believe you will love the recipe below: Salmon
Abruzzo in Japan by Hidden Italy Tours Watch the video of our Italian event in Tokyo They have started their adventure in
This is another famous recipe from Abruzzo: Chitarra alla Teramana How to Assemble: 1. Once the sponge has cooked and cooled
Vanilla + Chocolate Custard 400g sugar 100g plain flour 8 egg yolks Half lemon rind Cinnamon stick 1 x Vanilla bean Vincenzo's
Spaghetti and Meatballs are BEST served with homemade fresh Spaghetti (Maccheroni alla Chitarra) - Click here to get the
My home, Abruzzo, is a region of Italy which is often overlooked by tourists. Interesting fact? It is the greenest region
And there we were, food writer Saverio de Luca and I trying to figure out how to cook my great-grandmother's handwritten
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Spend Christmas in the Trentino-Alto Adige and you'll enjoy snowy winter scenery straight out of a postcard (the nearby Dolomites provide a pretty stunning backdrop) while you sip mulled wine in the market squares.
Thanks to the roaring, soaring Greenback, more of the Old World is more affordable right now than it's been in a long time. No COLA? No problem.
The cultural and moral decay of the Berlusconi "era" had already taken its' toll. In 26 years the number of times my spouse and I considered leaving is countless.
We are living through a boom era for Italian regional cuisine, all around the world.
Grilled, roasted, fried or stuffed, minced in salads, pulverized into sauces, it was the taste of a place he had never imagined leaving.
Unlike some other ways of cooking ribs, this is not about smoke and seasoning: it's about the meat, its fat and its juices.
In which we find ourselves firmly in the land of olive oil and spicy peppers.