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Visit Turin to Eat Your Way Through The Very First Eataly
Published on Wednesday, July 6, 2011 by When Eataly, the giant Italian food and wine emporium and experience, opened in New York last year it got tons of buzz. But for the true and bigger Eataly experience, I recommend you visit the very first Eataly which opend in Turin in 2007. Located in the former Carpano Vermouth production plant, Eataly was founded by Oscar Farinetti in alliance with Slow Food, the...
The Italian Art of Eating
Published on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 by When planning for a vacation we get baffled with the various touring options. However, when you think of Italy, other places automatically fade out of your thoughts. However what you should know is that there is a lot more to Italy than the amazing places, such as Venice, Rome, Florence, and Naples - to name a few. Your vacation to Italy can become even memorable, ...
Three Best Summer Food Festivals In Italy
Published on Friday, April 22, 2011 by Italy is as much known for its food as it is known for its historical legacy and fashion industry. Just like the protagonist of Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray and Love who went to Italy to explore its gourmet treasures, there are thousands of visitors to Italy every year who want a taste of the manna served in the Italian ristorante. In Italy, food festivals are cele...
Cooking Schools in Italy
Published on Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by Italy is one of the most-frequented tourist destinations, which is well-known for its beguiling beauty, admirable art and architecture, and unique culture. However, an interesting fact that most of us are unaware is that many people tour to Italy just for the sake of enjoying its cuisine and learning Italian recipes. It is for this reason that Italy houses many cookin...