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Ten Reasons why you should travel to Italy

Ten Reasons why you should travel to Italy

 Ten reasons to Travel to Italy apart from wonderful Wines, Limoncello, cheese, Olive Oil, bread, gorgeous villages, and locavore second to none.

Reason 1 Sicily; the largest island in the Mediterranean. It is ...

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Discover Cinque Terre

Discover Cinque Terre

The rugged coastline, the buildings perched on cliffs, the little restaurants selling the best seafood, it all makes the Cinque Terre (Five Lands), a very special place to visit. Add to that, the produce that is being grown and ...

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Looking for Italian wine varietals in New Zealand

Looking for Italian wine varietals in New Zealand

Three days of tasting Italian Varietals in the Hawkes Bay wine region in New Zealand.  Why would one go looking for Italian varietals in NZ? There is more to the New Zealand wine scene than Sav Blanc. See ...

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Is this The greatest food bowl on the planet?

Is this The greatest food bowl on the planet?

 Hawkes Bay New Zealand home to 2.9 mil sheep. 442,000 beef cattle, 98,000 dairy Cattle, 53,000 deer.  5000 hectares of vineyards, 72 wineries & 123 independent grape growers producing 43,000 tonnes of grapes for the 2016 vintage. 100 different fruit and veggie species, of which ...

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Felton Food Festival Why is it Special

Felton Food Festival Why is it Special

A Farmers Market with a greater cause

Located on a working farm in the picturesque and productive Felton Valley, the Felton Food Festival (FFF) aims to connect food lovers, families and farmers, and provide a ...

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Borough Markets London

Borough Markets London

London’s Oldest Farmers Market.

Borough Market is London’s most renowned food market;

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We loved the tour so much we are going again

We loved the tour so much we are going again

Just a note to let you know how much we enjoyed the trip through Piedmont district with Wine and food traveller.

We liked the idea of staying at the one hotel in Cherasco and not having to ...

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Italian Truffles  the  Facts

Italian Truffles the Facts

The Truth about truffles

1 Truffles are a type of mushroom or fungi that grow under the surface of the soil, usually close to tree roots.
2 There are around 30 different types of truffles in Italy but only ...

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Is this the Best cheese in Italy

Is this the Best cheese in Italy

Burrata.  Simply delicious cheese from Puglia Italy.

What is your favorite cheese from Italy? email details of your ...

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Slow Wine in Puglia Italy

Slow Wine in Puglia Italy

Slow Wine to Slow Food   Another Italian Lifestyle story

 

 

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Travelling in Puglia

Travelling in Puglia

An opportunity to visit this magical region only took 30 seconds to say Yes, lets do it. As i am preparing to run tours , food & wine tours to be precise, i made contact with some specialists in the Puglia ...

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Farmers Markets   Adelaide's Central Market

Farmers Markets Adelaide's Central Market

definitely my favorite Farmers Market in Australia.

A great showcase of South Australian produce, and smack bang in the middle of Adelaide. Before you venture out into the regions spend a morning here, talking ...

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What Is Slow Food Travel

What Is Slow Food Travel

ABOUT SLOW FOOD TRAVEL

MODEL AND OBJECTIVES

Meeting and having exchanges with people has always acted as a spur to travel.

The excitement and pleasure of traveling come from living experiences, hearing new ...

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Highlights of a wonderful Wine & Food Tour from Sardinia, to Le Marche, Romagna & Tuscany

Highlights of a wonderful Wine & Food Tour from Sardinia, to Le Marche, Romagna & Tuscany

How to HIGHLIGHT the five most memorable experiences on this amazing journey, its nearly impossible as our journey was packed with highlights.

In Sardinia it was a combination of the visit to Morgonongiori where we visited the ...

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Markets in Puglia  Italy

Markets in Puglia Italy

Here is a list of when and where every market takes place in Puglia.
Every day
Altamura, piazza Matteotti. Mainly fruits and vegetables
Taviano, fruits, vegetables and flowers
Mondays
Andria, Vieste,Lecce ,Laterza<...

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Bucket List Experiences Italy   Truffle hunting

Bucket List Experiences Italy Truffle hunting

It’s the day I have been looking forward to on a trip of many special days, but there is something about the farming of truffles that really excites the senses.

We are staying in the ...

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Sardinia Food and Wine Touring

Sardinia Food and Wine Touring

Sardinia, here we come.

The real adventure begins, early flt from Rome across the Tyrrhenian Sea to Sardinia. Often forgotten when planning an Italian adventure the food bowl of Sardinia is a must for those looking for ...

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6 HILLTOP TOWNS WORTH DISCOVERING

6 HILLTOP TOWNS WORTH DISCOVERING

6 Puglia Hilltop Towns Worth Discovering in Italy

 

Martina Franca. Locorotondo, Ostuni, Putignano, Alberobello and Noci are towns that should be on your radar in Puglia, Italy. There are lanes to get ...

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Montepulciano Italy

Montepulciano Italy

 

Setting out from Arezzo, we travel south to the very famous hilltop town , and one I have always wanted to visit , Montepulciano. we have  a tour of the town lined up before a very special ...

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Top ten Italian Restaurants in Bali

Top ten Italian Restaurants in Bali

Italian Restaurants in Bali

Bali is blessed with amazing cuisine from all parts of the world. The love of Italian food by the huge number of international travellers into Bali has seen some incredible restaurant ...

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Italian Lifestyle in Germany

Italian Lifestyle in Germany

Travelling to Frankfurt

The unofficial count for Italian restaurants in Frankfurt is round 180 so its a pretty good place to be for the Italian lifestyle
I have tried 5 of the best and they have ...

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The best of Parmigiano Reggiano, Balsamic Vinegar & Proscuitto

The best of Parmigiano Reggiano, Balsamic Vinegar & Proscuitto

We travel only 20 minutes just down the hill from our village of Castelvetro to the property known as Hombre, one of the most significant Parmigaino producers in all of Italy. We are taken on a guided tour of the ...

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How many types of Pasta are there ?

How many types of Pasta are there ?

How to decipher Italy's mind-boggling pasta menus

 

Published: 07 Jun 2016 15:12 GMT+02:00 by The Local