You may know by now that, sadly, VERY sadly, I don’t live in our beautiful region since last year. I try to go back to see my beloved green hills as much as possible, and every time I am sure to bring back a big suitcase with me. This year I only managed to go..
Category: Gastronomy - page 2
Ever since I remember, home has always meant green hills covered in vines for me. Even when I was a little girl attending the elementary school, we used to spend the first days of the new school year wandering around the centre of Cupra Montana to admire the preparation of the famous “Sagra dell’Uva” (of..
We promised another photowalk day, and here we are, or actually, here they are. My fellow writers Isabelle and Elke (together with their partners and other bloggers from Le Marche) joined the last photowalk into the seaside destination called Porto Recanati. Reaching (and finding a spot for the car) Porto Recanati is quite easy: right..
“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..
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..
For several years the Destination Management Organization of Le Marche Region has been orginazing special photography days in villages, cities, and interesting (and, sometimes unique) places all around our region. They are the so-called “Photowalks”. The participants are divided into groups and accompanied by a local guide. The guide leads the photographers in a tour..