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Giovanni Meli: A Poet Remembered

Giovanni Meli

Article about poet Giovanni Meli published by l’Italo Americano on November 20, 2015 by gaetano cipolla : http://www.italoamericano.com/story/2015-11-20/giovanni-meli

2015 marks the 200th anniversary of the death of Giovanni Meli, Sicily’s most celebrated poet, who died of pneumonia on December 20, 1815. 897 more words

Antico Pizza

I think every Atlantan can agree.. Antico has the BEST pizza in all of Atlanta 😍🍕Every time I come here, I’m more and more amazed. This is REAL Sicilian pizza. 6 more words


Cuddureddi Siciliani. Time Travelling Biscuits for the Festive Season

‘To eat in Sicily is also to feel that one is tasting the very beginnings of Italian food history. The island has been conquered by virtually every dominant Mediterranean power of the last two or three thousand years’.¹

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Handmade Sicily Bags!

Totally in love with these gorgeous Sicily Bags! Handcrafted in Palermo by a local artisan, who keeps this fading artform alive! The distinctive pom pom infused designs were echoed in the latest Dolce & Gabanna SS2016 collection. 76 more words


Sicilian Cuccidati, getting ready for Christmas

I adore mince pies but this is a Sicilian version I like to add to our Christmas baking. You may find recipes for Cuccidati that require cooking the filling with added sugar. 379 more words


Sicilian Orange Salad

My next recipe from Sicilian Cookery is a refreshing orange salad that is simple and so easy to make a child monkey could do it. 493 more words


Roosters Market: Sicilian Sandwich

If you grew up in an Italian family or spent any considerable time around one, you have probably had a wonderful dish comprised of mozzarella, tomato, and basil. 130 more words