October 10, 2010

Pork, Pasta and Parmesan- pigging out in Emilia Romagna

Thanks to those of you that voted for me in the Project Food Blog contest- I didn't make the cut for the next session---- so back to regular postings!





Great timing as I just returned from a week in Emilia Romagna with the Slow Food convivium from Kansas City, headed by Chef Jasper Mirabile of Jasper's Restaurant.

snacking at the Slow Food Market

We did it all. We saw the parmesan being made, tasted traditional balsamic vinegar at my friend Andrea's Acetaia  and had the most splendid meal at San Domenico in Imola.

Interested in coming on a Culinary Adventure with Divina Cucina? I do custom groups from 2-20.
Join me in 2011



I Just found out I was included in the National Geographic's book- Food Journey's of a Lifetime-
Listed as one of the Top 10 Cooking Schools in Italy.

Grazie Mille!

7 comments:

  1. Congratulations - top 10, what an honor! Saving my pennies to return to Italy.

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  2. Congratulations Judy. So well deserved.

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  3. Congratulations! I look forward to being on one of your tours!

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  4. Congratulations, we're aiming to be heading your way at the end of the ski season for some well earned R&R at Castello Vichiomaggio. Hope to call in for some culinary inspiration :) Kate & Graeme

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  5. I'll be in Tuscany in May with 20 or so other folks... have directed them to your site and will hope that at least a few of us leave the villa, or have you there, for a class or two!

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  6. @Donata- cool- let me know your dates!

    @life in Italian Ski Chalet-- coming in Spring?

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  7. Congratulations, we're aiming to be heading your way at the end of the ski season for some well earned R&R at Castello Vichiomaggio. Hope to call in for some culinary inspiration :) Kate & Graeme

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