While lounging in the hotel room on Wednesday, Glen looked up things to do in Bologna and found a food experience tour that looked interesting. Because we’ve had enough of walking around and looking at buildings – I had developed a blister – we booked it. 1,880 more words
Tags » Food Tour
Well now I know why there is such variation in price for “balsamic vinegar of Modena” in the supermarket, and that even more expensive options exist; the consortium-controlled Modena-made balsamic vinegar is aged for a minimum of 12 or 25 years, each year’s evaporation from an open wooden barrel topped up with one of 5 other increasingly larger barrels and the largest supplemented with fresh cooked grape juice from local lambrusco or some other local grapes. 112 more words
Florentine food tour? Count me in!
Syracuse University in Florence puts a big emphasis on students getting to know the city they’re living in. One of the ways they help with this is by offering a few trips called “Insider’s Florence.” Last Saturday’s Insider’s Florence was particularly appealing to me – it was a food tour. 690 more words