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Some Yummy Recipes To Try

We have just finished this year's tours. We have met some wonderful people, and hope that they enjoyed their time with us as much as enjoyed showing them our Bella Tuscany. During out time off, we have been able to explore different regions of Italy, including the rolling hills of Marche. The Olive all' Ascolana in the following blog are from this region. And the Crostini with a Peperonata Salsa is to die for! Follow these up with the Slow Braised Pork Ribs and Finnocchi Gratinata.  Buonissimo!! Crostini with a Peperonata Salsa Serves 6 as a canapé  Ingredients  2 red capsicums, roasted and peeled                ...

Philip Johnson’s Panforte recipe

We are absolutely spoiled for Panforte in Italy, and this recipe of Philip Johnson’s is one of the best I have ever tasted. You'll find it in his book Bistro. I'll be making a big batch this weekend - some for us, and some to give to friends and family. Panforte makes a lovely gift. Panforte originated in the Tuscan town of Siena, a UNESCO world heritage site, not far from Cortona. Definitely worth a visit if you're in Italy - talk to me about recommendations of places to see, things to do and restaurants to dine at! Philip Johnson's Panforte recipe "Panforte looks exotic, and it is, but it's not that hard to prepare and it makes a wonderful ...