Food Notes & Tousim07/06/2010

A wonderful Sicilian recipe from Ciccio Sultano

Chop and tenderloin of pork stuffed Nebrodi black beans "Velvets" in Trapani, spinach and spicy chocolate sauce

di Ciccio Sultano
Food Notes & Tousim07/06/2010

Edgar Lee Masters:"What's that, free-will or what?"

Oh many times did Ernets Hyde and I argue about the freedom of the will

di L. C.
Food Notes & Tousim07/06/2010

The oil cures the body and the soul

History reports many evidences of the thaumaturgic properties of oils. In a novel the story of a miraculously cured Franciscan friar

di Carlotta Baltini Roversi

Food Notes & Tousim07/06/2010

Nature can always get rid of itself, re-establishing its equilibrium

“Nature is a great heritage that we alas trample, as if it didn’t belong us”, the thriller and noir novel writer Gianni Farinetti says

di Luigi Caricato
Food Notes & Tousim07/06/2010

Gualtiero Marchesi. One master, many different stories

An exhibition dedicated to the unrivaled protagonist of our gastronomic scene in Milan, until June 20th. The most renowned cooks have been influenced by him without being his copies. The example, in the end, is the highest form of teaching

di Monica Sommacampagna
Food Notes & Tousim07/06/2010

Wine as a message of peace

A cooperation between the Entrepreneurs for Peace Association and the Agricultural Association of Siena produces a wine which is a “symbol of peace and reconciliation”

di Monica Sommacampagna

Food Notes & Tousim07/06/2010

Silvana Cutrale and her magic farm

Her “adventure” in farming began in 1987 when she met her husband, a producer of oil for three generations and ripening cheese. Her philosophy is quality, seriousness and professionalism

di L. C.
Food Notes & Tousim01/06/2010

Beautiful Etruscan home discovered

di S. C.
Food Notes & Tousim14/05/2010

The Pompeii's erotic bath

di S. C.

Food Notes & Tousim04/05/2010

Mom celebration

di S. C.
Food Notes & Tousim03/05/2010

Salt cod whipped with cream of asparagus and quail egg

A recipe that sums the traditional gastronomy of the Italian Region of Veneto with a touch of style and fantasy. The fresh perfumes of spring will envelope you

di Paola Budel
Food Notes & Tousim03/05/2010

The best of Sicily: Felice Modica's Insolia

For centuries, this family has cultivated this land with passion and competence, taking care of the vines, the olive groves, the citrus gardens, almonds and carob trees

di Graziano Alderighi

Food Notes & Tousim03/05/2010

Maculan family, winemakers with a passion for extra virgin olive oil

The high plains of Asiago (Veneto Region) offer natural protection and create an extremely mild climate that favors the cultivation of vines and olives

di Luigi Caricato
Food Notes & Tousim03/05/2010

Agriculture matters to everybody, not just to farmers

The historian Rossano Pazzagli helps us to understand the issues of the rural world. Today, there is a worldwide need to rethink the models of development. A return to the past does not make sense, but it is not possible anymore to ignore the values of sustainability

di Alberto Grimelli
Food Notes & Tousim03/05/2010

Have I the honour to speak with an expert in Agriculture?

In the novel Un uomo di carattere Paola Capriolo stages the geometric laws of order and limit against the chaotic violence of Nature

di L. C.

Food Notes & Tousim03/05/2010

A catalogue of writes and books on the rural world

A can’t-miss list of titles for the lovers of the agricultural world and of country life and its complex dynamics (8. To be continued)

di L. C.
Food Notes & Tousim03/05/2010

Francesca Stajano, a successfull story in the South of Italy

In the family farm, from 1980, she improves her experience in the wine and olive production and feels herself a peasant with few foolish entreprenditorial ambitions

di L. C.
Food Notes & Tousim05/04/2010

Castelão and Aragonez for a Portougal rosè wine

From Alentejo Region, in the South of Portugal, where there is the city of Évora. classified by Unesco as a World Heritage site, a perfect wine for aperitif

di Ernesto Vania