agosto 29, 2021

Sambuca, one of the most evocative hamlet in Sicily

Have you ever heard of a place called SAMBUCA di SICILIA? Sambuca, which was appointed most beautiful hamlet in Italy in 2016, is a lovely place […]
luglio 1, 2021

We need to talk about the ancient Sicilian ice-cream: “Bomba, scorzonera & giardinetto”

Bomba gelato, scorzonera and giardinetto are the Sicilian traditional ice-creams. Have you ever heard these funny names before? If not, it means you are too young to remember. […]
dicembre 23, 2020

Sicilian Wintertime: the Infographic!

Here it is: the infographic about Sicilian Winter products and dishes! Nothing is more Sicilian than a plate of pasta with sarde in December, or, the […]
settembre 13, 2020

3 Questions to Sicilian best selling author Alessandro D’Avenia

Known to the general public for his several books and his eloquence, Sicilian best selling author Alessandro D’Avenia to me was just a nice kid I liked to […]
agosto 10, 2020

Moltivolti, a lot more than a simple restaurant in town

Moltivolti is not just a place to eat in Palermo. It is a way of living and being open to other cultures, valuing diversity and making […]
giugno 27, 2020

Sicilian Summertime: an infographic!

Here it is: the first infographic about Sicilian summer products and dishes! Nothing is more Sicilian than a pasta soup with tenerumi in august, eggplants are […]
maggio 16, 2020

10 must haves that will make your kitchen scream “Sicilian”

The kitchen, especially if open-space is where we spend most of the time in Sicily. Every Sicilian family loves their kitchen, because we love food, not […]
maggio 2, 2020

White & red bruschetta, the typical Sicilian starter

Do you know how to prepare some traditional starter called bruschetta? It’s very easy, but to make a perfect bruschetta you must have the perfect bread, […]
aprile 11, 2020

‘Mpanate e Nfigghiulate’, the traditional Easter food in Ragusa & Scicli

Have you ever heard the Sicilian word “mpanate“? And what about another difficult one: “nfigghiulata“? If you are not from the south of Sicily, meaning in […]
marzo 22, 2020

In Palermo Marsala wine and Art nouveau have only one name: FLORIO!

Who has never heard of the glorious FLORIO FAMILY? Sicilians by adoption, but originally from Calabria they moved to Palermo at the end of the 19th […]
gennaio 25, 2020

A Sicilian soul born in Uk, interview with Chef Emilia Strazzanti

With the start of the New Year we always try to change something about our lives, whether is an habit, something we want to fix, or […]
dicembre 23, 2019

Christmas Eve in Messina with the “pitoni messinesi”

Have you ever heard of a Sicilian delicacy called the “pitoni messinesi”?   One of the most traditional food you can eat in Messina‘s families for […]