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Published: May 17th, 2010 Location: Puglia | Topic: Food & Drink Words by Germaine Stafford Ten fun activities for food lovers in Puglia, one of Italy’s increasingly popular regions. 1. Find a Fornello Puglia has a tradition of butcher’s shops with ovens where you can choose the meat you...August 2nd, 2011 | Industry Buzz | Read More
It is indeed tomato season. One of my favorite times of year. Tomatoes for breakfast (on the occasion I opt for one of the savory American style breakfasts) tomatoes for lunch, tomatoes for dinner. Cooked, sliced, salted, but most importantly freshly picked, nice and ripe…..preferably still warm...July 27th, 2011 | Blog | Read More
Yesterday the thermometer clocked in at 41 degrees Celsius. This translates to 105 degrees Fahrenheit, the highest temperature I have experienced in my 35 years. Yes, it’s a different kind of heat….less humidity, but the sun just beats down differently here and I witness as the world around...July 18th, 2011 | Blog | Read More
One of the first times I ever ate burrata was at the James Beard House in New York City. As to be expected it was thoughtfully presented, multi-coursed meal to which I was generously comped a ticket. Those were the days of parties and dinners and tastings and fabulous chefs…..and the invitations...July 5th, 2011 | Blog | Read More
Read about the New York Times’ Seth Kruger cycling adventures through Puglia on a Southern Visions bike. Seth stopped through our neck of the woods in June 2011 wrote about his encounters. Read the full article here http://frugaltraveler.blogs.nytimes.com/June 24th, 2011 | Press Room | Read More