Friday, November 15, 2019

Food

From Sicily to Sydney: flavours and memories of chef Paolo Gatto
Riggi, a history of people and flours
A huge cream puff whose shape resembles an Arabic turban filled with sweet ricotta cream or custard. This is the “Turkish Head”, a true Sicilian delicacy born in Scicli, a baroque town near Ragusa, in the south...

Gianna Bozzali | Colours of Sicily

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Wine

The wines kissed by “Grace”

The wines kissed by “Grace”

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Travelling with children is often not so simple: you should get organized in good time and find suitable "family-friendly" destinations. But, what can Sicily offer?...
Vigna di Pettineo | Colours Of Sicily

Vigna di Pettineo. The sense of being.

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Open-field grown tomatoes surrounded by grapevines. A little further, a citrus grove and inside it hives where the bees come after having fluttered among...
Terre del Sole | Colours of Sicily

Terre del Sole

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Sicily in a glass of Zibibbo All the warm, relaxing and enveloping sun of Sicily enclosed in a glass. Galileo Galilei was right when he...
An Aurora shining on Mount Etna | Colours of Sicily

An Aurora shining on Mount Etna

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Delicate, engaging, natural These are the distinctive characters of a special wine, produced in the Etnean area. As its label suggests, it is not an ordinary white...