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If you can’t get to Tuscany, enjoy the region's food and wine at home. Here's how.

Traversing Tuscany’s rolling hills, each prettier than the last, feels like a ride on a magic carpet, while around you, the breathtaking landscape forms a living watercolor. 657 more words


Pasta Making Class

We were taught to make three different kinds of pasta. We made ravioli, gnocchi, and tagliatelle. First we made the filling for our ravioli; it was made from a combination of spinach, ricotta, and nutmeg. 376 more words

Castello di Casole, Tuscany

When I think of Tuscany I have an image of rolling hills, Cyprus trees and stunning castles and farmhouses perched on top of these hills. The ultimate question is how do you choose the right castle or place to stay. 405 more words

Interview with Vittoria’s Secret Recipes

We are not alone in the world of food freaks. There are many of them out there and we found one of the most inspiring person among this international community: Vittoria, founder of… 680 more words


Why It Is Important to Buy the Right Manual Pasta Machines

This week we have another talented guest blogger joining us to tell us more about buying the right pasta maker.  I have been testing some recipes for making homemade gluten free pasta. 726 more words

christmas trees and croissants

Jason and I made a deal a long time ago that our birthdays would be about experiences.

No more buying yet another material good neither one of us needs… we’d make each other’s birthdays about tangible memories we could cherish beyond any piece of jewelry or power tool. 1,969 more words


The Art of Pasta Making

“When in Rome” they say! And that’s exactly what my roommate and I said when we signed up to take a pasta-making class. We didn’t think our Italian experience would be complete had we not learned the Italian way. 531 more words