Market in Sicily

Traveling In Sicily

All I knew was that I wanted to go to Sicily. It was at the top of my list of places to visit, but I knew traveling to Sicily wasn’t going to be like traveling to the rest of Italy. It’s big, has history spanning thousands of years and a train system that wasn’t going to help. So I drove, and my daughter Emma navigated – almost 600 miles. Ancient Greek and Roman ruins, the chaos of Palermo, beautiful beaches with […]

Zabaione

Zabaione Chantilly Mousse from Peccati di Gola Cooking School

In 1989, Roberta Molani opened one of the first cooking schools in Italy. Since then, Peccati di Gola, has grown from its original location in Mestre to include classes in thirteen locations throughout Italy. They have a substantial catering business and in Venice work with events related to the Bienniale, Venice Film Festival, weddings and other private events. The cooking classes are cozy and intimate and take place in a chef’s kitchen. Daniela’s home in the countryside is our venue for our Prosecco tour. Maria […]

Group at San Rocco

Postcards from Lake Garda 2016

“You’re going where?”, one of our guests was asked by a friend. “Lake Como? Say hi to George for me (chuckle, chuckle)”. “No”, he replied. “We’re going to Lake Garda.” “Where’s that?”, responded the friend. Well, if you’re a regular reader of this blog, you already know that Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy and that George Clooney doesn’t live there. To share this beautiful part of Italy, our group spent six spectacular days touring the Lake Garda region. Crystal clear […]

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