My first lesson in Gelato is a firm ticking off, by one of the locals of Bologna – it ain’t ice cream, so call it what it is. Gelato. OK, point taken! Gelato it is.
My first encounter with the Lambrusco red wine from northern Italy.. bright, ruby-hued, food-friendly, fragrant, fruity, and slightly sparkling (in Italian, frizzante), delightfully tasty! Lambrusco is the name of both the red wine grape and the wine made from it – one of the oldest wine grapes in the world. Anyway, this region the wine […]
We recently had the pleasure of meeting Baron Francesco Ricasoli, who was hosting a Brolio wine dinner at Senja, Italian restaurant at Saujana Hotel here in KL. Francesco (top left) a lovely man, with a keen eye for photography.. he has the most amazing instagram account! The Barone Ricasoli Wine Estate is the oldest winery in […]
My buddy Sarah, just got back from her vacation in Italy. She had loads to tell.. Luckily I managed to get this post out of her.. Here are her Top Ten Things to do in Italy! We’ve all seen those pictures of gorgeous vineyards and impossibly beautiful churches, we’ve all heard how delicious the food/coffee/gelato […]
Ah… While on holiday, discovering Europe, through Edible Italy is really my kind of holiday… Travellers to Italy are never short of things to see or do. No matter what time of year you travel, holidays in Italy this year are sure to deliver history, culture, romance and delicious food in ample portions. Italian food […]
Today’s Blogger in the Spotlight are our buddies from Grantourismo, the dynamic blogging duo, Lara Dunston and Terrence Carter and they write on 5 of their favourite Food Experiences from their recent world tour. When we took on the task of dipping into the local culture of each destination we visited for our twelve-month HomeAwayUK […]