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Conclusion

So what connection pulls all these cities together? Why did we go to three different regions, and to so many different cities?

Well, there isn’t just one person or thing pulling the three regions together. 349 more words

Italy

An Ode to Lambrusco

Lambrusco is both the name of a grape and the name of the wine made from it. In the late 1970s/early 1980s, Lambrusco was widely available and popular in the US. 441 more words

Wine

Formaggio: What you don't know...could get you in trouble?

When you hear the word Italy, what is one of the first things that pops into your mind? Some might say fashion, others, art and architecture. 1,045 more words

Italy

Italian Passover - Ferrara Style

The Jewish community of Ferrara is the only one in Emilia-Romagna with a continuous presence from the Middle Ages to the present day. It played an important role while the Duke Ercole I d’Este was in power. 2,095 more words

Healthy Italian Cooking

From Verona to Parma...

With everything wrapped up at Vinitaly we jumped in the car and drove an hour south to Emilia Romagna to the home of our Grana Padano producer Montanari & Gruzza. 196 more words

Food

Touring Castles in Parma

The type of weather/conditions that makes for producing the proscuitto and culatello that this part of the Emilia-Romagna region is known for is not necessarily great for touring the countryside to see the remnants of centuries old castles from a distance. 149 more words

Travel