[MyEmiliaRomagna] FoodFunTravel #inEmiliaRomagna

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[MyEmiliaRomagna] FoodFunTravel #inEmiliaRomagna


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During the first week of the new edition of BlogVille, two of the guests “fell in loooove” with Emilia-Romagna.
We’re talking about Tommo & Megsy, “two roaming food and travel photographers & writers with an insatiable passion for seeking out culinary deliciousness”. Their blog is named Food Fun Travel and their mantra says that food worth traveling for.

So, what better destination than the FoodValley of Italy, homeland of some of the best Italian foods worldwide famous? This is the recap of their experience #inEmiliaRomagna, in pictures:

  • Bologna, Via Piella ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Street Music ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Fishmonger ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Sfogline cooking class ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Sfogline cooking class ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Sfogline cooking class ph FoodFunTravel

  • Tortellini in brodo ph FoodFunTravel

  • Tortelloni ph FoodFunTravel

  • Trattoria ph FoodFunTravel

  • Gramigna alla salsiccia ph FoodFunTravel

  • Lasagne verdi ph FoodFunTravel

  • Zuppa inglese ph FoodFunTravel

  • Pasta Fresca Naldi ph FoodFunTravel

  • Tortelloni ph FoodFunTravel

  • Piadina with Sausage ph FoodFunTravel

  • Berberè Pizzeria ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Chamber of Commerce ph FoodFunTravel

  • Parma, Ducal Palace ph FoodFunTravel

  • Parmigiano Reggiano ph FoodFunTravel

  • Parma Ham ph FoodFunTravel

  • Casa Artusi ph FoodFunTravel

  • Casa Artusi ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Cremeria della Grada ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Cremeria della Grada ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Sorbetteria Castiglione ph FoodFunTravel

  • Bologna, Sorbetteria Castiglione ph FoodFunTravel

  • San Marino ph FoodFunTravel

  • San Marino ph FoodFunTravel

  • San Marino ph FoodFunTravel

  • San Marino ph FoodFunTravel

  • San Marino ph FoodFunTravel

  • San Marino, Bruschetta ph FoodFunTravel

  • Risotto with Sangiovese and truffle ph FoodFunTravel

Their journey has touched:
Bologna and its food tradition, from the past to the brand-new FICO agri-food park,
Forlimpopoli and its important centre of gastronomic culture CasaArtusi,
Parma, to discover how Parmigiano Reggiano & Prosciutto di Parma are made,
and -last but not least- the ancient Republic of San Marino.
For more info about the places please ask 😉

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