A journey through 6 Italian sayings that may or may not aid you in your search for sex this Valentine’s Day weekend.
No one wants to be a tourist, but everyone wants to travel. Everyone wants “the local experience” without actually being local. So, how does that work out?
Our cohort of expat bloggers in Italy (#COSI) has bitten off about as much as it can chew this time: Italian regional food wars.
A caseifico is a cheese factory (case comes from the dialect for cheese; -ificio is from building “edificio”). Aperto means open. So it’s like an Open House event for cheese factories. Here are my photos and notes for your enjoyment and curiosity.
I am telling you, there is old stuff everywhere in Italy. Stuff just lying around all over the place. It boggles my mind.
An analysis of the keys to a fulfilling life, according a Reggiano farmer.
I would like to put forth a prediction that this refreshing, fizzy, chilled red wine soon gets picked up as the go-to drink in trendy wine bars all over America. Here are my reasons: