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A place dedicated to Romagna: places, food, history, culture. Travel tips for those who want to visit Romagna in a different way! read more [Hits: 11 - Added: 12-02-13]http://www.21grammy.com
An Americano guy living in Italia.
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Exploring the art, culture, food and more of Italy in general, and Bologna in particular. This is a look at my new life in Italy as I get to surround... read more [Hits: 114 - Added: 08-04-10]http://www.aflamingoinitaly.com/
Day to day life in Italy, the eccentricities and mundane all set against what tunes shuffle on my iPod. read more [Hits: 58 - Added: 24-06-13]http://intheflatfieldidogetbored...
The observations, ramblings and occasional rants of a 20-something Welsh girl in Milan. read more [Hits: 61 - Added: 05-12-10]http://welshieinitaly.blogspot.c...
Adventures of a classically trained oil painter painting the streets of Rome, Italy. I travel the streets of Rome by bike with my easel and paint... read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 08-04-13]http://www.kellymedford.com/blog...
An American woman living, working and parenting in southern Italy. Books, teaching, clothes, shoes, friends, fitness, food, music, photography...life... read more [Hits: 59 - Added: 13-02-11]http://amid-the-olive-trees.blog...
A blog with regular postings of my paintings done mostly here in Italy. read more [Hits: 14 - Added: 21-03-15]https://anna77dennis.wordpress.c...
A virtual tour around Piedmont region (Northern Italy): places to see, events to take part, cities and towns, a bit of history, as well as information... read more [Hits: 26 - Added: 27-06-13]http://www.belpiemonte.com/en/
An American living in Italy takes off her rose-colored glasses to reveal what life is really like through the trials & tribulations of daily... read more [Hits: 259 - Added: 18-02-10]http://burntbythetuscansun.blogs...
First off, languages are not my strong point. At least not foreign languages. I mean, I’ve made a career out of English, but perhaps all of my language proficiency went into that one language. I... read more
Posted on 21 March 2017 | 3:41 pm
A Flamingo in Italy
Here are a few paintings of what wasn’t eaten… …except in this painting so far most has been eaten, it is our polytunnel during the winter months – as long as salad is popula... read more
Posted on 20 March 2017 | 4:05 pm
Anna Dennis | Oil Painter
I always thought that the days dedicated to remember a special event, would become less and less special, when time is passing by. As a result, they oversimplify matters that instead deserve a daily a... read more
Posted on 20 March 2017 | 12:10 pm
Discovering and traveling Romagna. Food, Wine, History, People, Art, Culture
The need, or better empty fridge, is a mother of invention. I create my best recipies when I have almost nothing at hand. It was how I cooked for the first time this pasta. Spaghetti with olive oil an... read more
Posted on 19 March 2017 | 6:41 pm
I'm pretty sure that if I mention that my camera's broken one more time, the internet will rebel and delete my blog. So I'm not going to use that as an excuse for the influx of throwback posts that wi... read more
Posted on 19 March 2017 | 11:34 am
The last thing I need is more plates. I have more than enough. They have been collected two by two over the past three decades from fancy shops in Cape Town and Hermanus, dusty stalls in Marrakech, ga... read more
Posted on 16 March 2017 | 12:08 pm
Some of the expat ladies in Bergamo out for dinner the night of the "incident". This week, two things very different things happened to me on two different nights. These two events show the ... read more
Posted on 14 March 2017 | 9:31 am
Questa Dolce Vita - Blog
During my recent stay back in Canada, I found myself reminiscing about the long walks, deep within the folds of Sardinia’s glorious green mountains where I learned to hunt wild asparagus. It&rsq... read more
Posted on 8 March 2017 | 11:14 am
My Sardinian Life
In The Oxford Companion to Food, Alan Davidson wrote, “In the latter part of the 20th century, crème caramel occupied an excessively large amount of territory in European restaurant desse... read more
Posted on 6 March 2017 | 6:25 am
Pasta e fagioli, literally pasta and beans, is a classic staple of Italian cuisine and everyone has their own way of making it. Mine is a conglomeration (isn’t that a fabulous word?) of several ... read more
Posted on 28 February 2017 | 10:54 am
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