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| 29 March 2017

The name cappellaccio comes from the shape of the hat of local peasants, in fact in Ferrara’s dialect cappellaccio pasta is actually called “caplàz” In the heart of the Ferrara’s old center, Renaissance city recognized… Read more >>

| 22 February 2017

In a small street on the border of the historic center of Parma, there’s a very special bicycle shop, one of the few remaining in Italy, which continues to manufacture its products entirely by hand…. Read more >>

| 27 October 2016

“We are currently the only ones left who are carrying on this tradition…unfortunately. If there would be more, it would be better” There is, hidden among the hills of Forlì-Cesena, a few km from the… Read more >>

| 30 September 2014

by Turner Barr (@80worldjobs) Last year I had the pleasure of spending time in the Emilia-Romagna region in Blogville. After visiting Modena and making traditional balsamic vinegar, I not only fell in love with traditional… Read more >>