Nonna (Grandma) Franca is a real connoisseur of the big, long Sunday meals that she prepares very thoroughly for all her children and grandchildren. From now on she will show us traditional recipes (and traditional tools) of Le Marche. She is from Poggio Cupro (as the whole Ecco Le Marche crew), as well. Here is..
“La cucina della nonna” (the culinary art of the grandma) has always meant a great deal in Italy, when referring to a traditional and authentic way of cooking. We have been following the recipes of Mamma Graziella so far, who tries to use as many traditional ingredients as possible, but also likes to experiment new..
Ever since I have started to study tourism subjects (especially marketing), I have always looked at Le Marche as my future field of work where, one day, I could apply my knowledge. I could totally picture myself helping the local Destination Management Organization to promote my beautiful region within the national boundaries and, more likely,..
The Adriatic Sea that is at our doorstep has been chosen for many years as the perfect habitat for the sea turtles (Caretta Caretta in Latin), that can live there up until 80 years, if under ideal conditions. Unfortunately, they sometimes don’t manage to get so old, because of fishing nets in which they are..
Just imagine reaching 85/90 Km/h on a skateboard. And now imagine driving downhill for 2.7 km on that skateboard. Oh, and don’t forget to rely only on your body, no engines required to stir, stop or speed up. This is in few words the Verdicchio Race, the Longboard and Streetluge competition that takes place in..
In Le Marche we have a way of identifying people “outside” our region, ask them to pronounce the word “moscioli”. The Italian grammar rule would suggest it to be pronounced as mosciòli, but it is in fact pronounced mòscioli. But what are these moscioli? They look like cozze but they are a local mussel species..