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Sicilia

Kourabiedes

Christmas in the Mediterranean it represents the beginning of festivities for the end of the year, and it is above all in sweetness that this holiday is enjoyed

cassata

This is the recipe that is linked more closely to Sicilian tradition than any other typical pastry. The Sicilian cassata derives from the influences of the Arab culture.

Lilia Zaouali

(Italiano) Il braccio di mare che separa la Tunisia dalla Sicilia non basta a cambiare il territorio: abbiamo incontrato Lilia Zaouali, scrittrice tunisina, che vive in Italia, antropologa e storica.

Tracce di Vino Bianco

Ansonica is the quintessential Mediterranean grape, most likely having arrived in Sicily from ancient Greece.

Formaggi monti sicani

Pecorino cheeses, caciocavallo, tuma and ricotta. Sheep farming represent the leading economic resource of the so-called ‘Lands of the Quisquina’, in the province of Agrigento

Ilaria Guidantoni

The Mediterranean, for its characteristic of being a closed sea, feeds off the lands it touches upon in an intensely intimate relationship, fuelling a correspondence among them as well.

Marturana

This is certainly one of the emblems of special Sicilian sweets, the jewel in the crown of a sector that knows no crisis and that is loved worldwide.

Massimo Brucato

We have met and interviewed a true oil expert, Massimo Brucato, Siclilian, among the collaborators of the ‘Slow Food Editore’ guide of oils.

tappi vinisola

There are loves that are born in childhood and continue to occupy a part of our hearts for as long as we live. Let’s have Francesco Rizzo, owner of Vinisola in Pantelleria tell us.

Giuseppe Salmeri, in love with his homeland of Sicily, opened his own place in San Vito: ‘La Locanda delle Cozze’ and is ‘At-home chef’ for a series of VIPs

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Ilaria Guidantoni

The Mediterranean, for its characteristic of being a closed sea, feeds off the lands it touches upon in an intensely intimate relationship, fuelling a correspondence among them as well.