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Lively, fizzy, real Lambrusco.

Sara Mantovani June 26, 2015

When speaking about Lambrusco it’s easy to be misunderstood. Lambrusco had in the past, and sometimes has today, not a brilliant reputation. If you are among them who think that Lambrusco is a low quality, sweet, sparkling beverage please take the chance to taste the real one and you will definitely change your mind. Let’s start with… Continue Reading »

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Parmigiano Reggiano cheese makers go high-tech to protect a venerable brand

Bernhard Warner June 25, 2015

As all dedicated followers of the finest formaggio (I know you’re out there) know, Parmigiano Reggiano is the king of cheeses. It was a staple of the royal courts of Medieval Europe. It even had a beguiling role in Boccaccio’s 14th Century classic, The Decameron. And now it’s taking center stage in a new tech… Continue Reading »

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Christmas markets in Emilia Romagna

Sara Mantovani December 17, 2014

Christmas atmosphere is almost everywhere now, lights and music, decoration and special food. Beautiful trimmings appeared in town as well as at the sea side, giving places a very romantic and sweet look.     The magic of Christmas can be felt on the streets and in the squares of the towns and cities of… Continue Reading »

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Cream of chestnuts recipe

Sara Mantovani November 20, 2014

Autumn weather seems to be mild and will we would like to keep up with outdoor activities in the woods before winter comes. Foliage is still so beautiful in this season, that it is worth to walk in our Apennines, in particular in the numerous chestnut groves that are really beautiful. Besides providing delicious delicacies,… Continue Reading »

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Maramotti collection

Sara Mantovani October 28, 2014

The surname Maramotti is for ever linked to fashion and it means MaxMara, Marella, Pennyblack, Max&co… But today Marmotti means also contemporary art thanks to the Maramotti Contemporary Art Gallery. The founder of the fashion company, Mr Achille Maramotti, first conceived of creating a public collection of contemporary art some thirty years ago, and planned to make… Continue Reading »

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Foodepedia visits Emilia Romagna

Sara Mantovani October 24, 2014

Few days ago on Foodepedia an article byNick Harman has been published. Nick visited the west part of Emilia Romagna region few weeks ago and it seems that he was fascinated by the fact that “Pigs and parmesan aren’t enough for the people of Emilia Romagna, Italy, they want to have their art and eat… Continue Reading »

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