When we talk about food and cooking, the word “bianco” [biàn·co], white, is frequently used in the phrase “in bianco” and it means plain food without any colored sauces or additional spices.… Letter “B” :: (in) Bianco
In every single Italian house there is – at least – one. More often than not, many of them, in different sizes.… Letter “M” :: Set the Moka on fire!
You don’t need to be a musician to enjoy “spaghetti alla chitarra” [chitarra, pronounced key-tahr-rah, is the Italian word for guitar]. You just need to be a curious foodie, since spaghetti alla chitarra, or simply “chitarra” is one of the many signature dishes of the Abruzzi cuisine.… Pasta Lover: “Spaghetti alla Chitarra” Strikes The Right Chord
The word confetti /kənˈfetiː/ is synonym for celebration. But don’t get confused with those tiny colourful paper shreds that are thrown at parties.… Did you say “Confetti”?
Here’s a delightful pairing of Montepulciano d’Abruzzo wine with bitter chocolate, in our Appetibilis friend Sara’s cupcakes interpretation.… Sweet Recipe: Cocoa and Montepulciano “Drunken Cupcakes”
The village of Frattura Vecchia (in the Marsican area of the Abruzzi Region) was build on a fracture caused by an earthquake in prehistoric times, that also blocked the Sagittario River and formed the Lake of Scanno (the heart-shaped lake).… The Ghost Town of Frattura Vecchia near Scanno