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The Hunt for Truffles Begins

“Look for it with your dogs under calm oaks or ancient elms, around the solemn willows or the spread robinia: when you see it emerging from the ground with all its majesty, you will but surrender to it,” from the … Continue reading

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Having some restaurant work experience in Miami and Turin I remember well my meals that were taken after lunch service. And so the other day, we decided to meet some friends who own and operate a restaurant in the San … Continue reading

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Il pranzo di Natale/Christmas Lunch…and More

I’ve been in Italy for over a year now, yet last Christmas I was in Lublin, Poland celebrating with my long-lost-maternal family. Both of my mom’s parents were born in Lublin, however my mom was born in Manila, the Philippines. … Continue reading

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White Truffles and Wine

It is common knowledge in these parts that even at the end of November and early December one can still find some wonderful white truffles. And so, some friends and I decided to go to the Langhe for a Sunday … Continue reading

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The Historic Caffè Pasticceria Converso in Bra, Italy

Having volunteered with some wonderful people from Slow Food Miami, one of the first things I did when I decided to relocate to Turin was to visit the town of Bra, the home of Slow Food International which was founded … Continue reading

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Guido Ristorante in Pollenzo, just outside of Turin

            I’ve lived in Turin a little over a year and only recently discovered a cooking school very close to my apartment in Piazza Vittorio. The cooking school, il melograno, is Italian for pomegranate. The … Continue reading

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