Food Notes & Tousim07/01/2013

Passion and expertise: the Tuscan Le Rancole extra virgin

In the Casentino, in the province of Arezzo, a farm born from the passion of Lorenzo Massart and Cinzia Chiarion. In the hearth of Cinzia born olive passion

di Alberto Grimelli
Food Notes & Tousim07/01/2013

Indian Saag Paneer, an healthy vegeterian simple dish

Cooked spinach studded with cubes of fried paneer cheese. Thickened with cream or coconut milk, it's a hearty and filling vegetarian meal

di Aliona Avduhova
Food Notes & Tousim17/12/2012

Publication of vegetarian tapas cookbook

di S. C.

Food Notes & Tousim03/12/2012

The beauty of olive groves, the deliciousness of Ligurian oils

In some areas of Italy, the purchase of a bottle of extra virgin olive oil is an ethical choice. Pouring a drop of olive oil from Liguria means to defend the landscape

di Maria Carla Squeo
Food Notes & Tousim03/12/2012

Home made Ricciarelli, classical Tuscany Christmas cake

Ricciarelli are classic orange-laced Sienese almond paste cookies that were once a Christmas delight, but are now enjoyed year-round. They closely resemble soft amaretti

di Aliona Avduhova
Food Notes & Tousim03/12/2012

Giulio Ferrari: excellence in Trento sparkling wine

Made exclusively from Chardonnay, it is spellbinding, satisfying and seductive.
This Cru from the Maso Pianizza vineyard is a wine of extraordinary longevity

di Graziano Alderighi

Food Notes & Tousim05/11/2012

A classic apple pie to make children happy

Tart tatin in France, apple pie is famous also in Dutch and Swedish cultures. In the English colonies the apple pie had to wait for the planting of European varieties

di Aliona Avduhova
Food Notes & Tousim05/11/2012

Recioto, the best sweet wine for cold autumn

The size of the family and his vocation to the craftsmanship of the product are the guarantee of wines and sparkling wines offered by the farm Pagani in the best tradition of wine

di Graziano Alderighi
Food Notes & Tousim05/11/2012

Spotlight on Gluten: the sudden interest in gluten

Anyone who has had gluten sensitivity will want to read this eye-opening book about what’s contained in the food we eat

di S. C.

Food Notes & Tousim01/10/2012

The Chilean road map to quality: Olisur

South American passion and European know-how. Strange and succesfull mix. Large investments and attention to quality. With this strategy Alfonso Swett won prestigious awards

di Duccio Morozzo della Rocca
Food Notes & Tousim03/09/2012

The flavour of California: Zinfandel

In a small vinery you can find something new and old, in the same time. Bella Vineyards, located in the heart of Dry Creek Valley, born in 1994

di Graziano Alderighi
Food Notes & Tousim03/09/2012

A mixed salad for the end of summer

Easy to prepare. In 15 minutes you have a fresh meal for a light dinner. Rice, chicken and artichoke with little ginger vinaigrette

di Aliona Avduhova

Food Notes & Tousim03/09/2012

San Giuliano oil, 100% Italian

It is called “Fruttato” and it is a great extra virgin olive oil. Domenico Manca produces it by employing three olive varieties with extraordinary sensorial characteristics: Bosana, Frantoio and Coratina

di Luigi Caricato
Food Notes & Tousim03/09/2012

Following Olive Footprint

The International Olive Council presents a book for discovering cultivation and culture, folklore and history, traditions and uses

di S. C.
Food Notes & Tousim03/09/2012

eBook simplifies the art of creating sushi recipes

Japan Food Channel recently released "How to Make Sushi". The free book features sushi recipes that are practical and easy for the average person to make at home

di S. C.

Food Notes & Tousim03/09/2012

“About Liguria” for planning the perfect trip to Liguria

“About Liguria” is a practical online travel guide for discovering each side of this beautiful Italian region by the Mediterranean Sea

di S. C.
Food Notes & Tousim09/08/2012

A pratical guide: Hydroponic Food Production

di S. C.
Food Notes & Tousim06/08/2012

The second wine? No, it's only not the first. The fashion of Ornellaia “Le Serre Nuove”

The 2009 growing season saw a Winter and early Spring that were cool and rainy, and budbreak occurred in line with past years

di Alberto Grimelli