Something magical happens in a little hamlet of Abruzzo called Cocullo, on May 1st: San Dominic statue is taken in procession, covered with... snakes! "That's hard to believe", you may [...]
When I was a kid, nonna Angela taught me a rhyme: A li ddu la Cannelore Candelora on the second A li tra la blasiole Saint Biagio on the [...]
One of our favourite nonnas’ sayings is the one linked to the last three days of January. According to the tradition, if it's very cold on January 29th, 30th and 31st, [...]
Being born in Italy has many advantages; one of them is surely the huge food tradition we learn since we are kids. Both our families in Abruzzo have kept the [...]
I’ve learned how to make “pesche dolci” (sweet peaches) from my grandma Angela. Their called like this because they look like peaches. They are made of two cookies, soaked in [...]
Could there be a better way to explore a place than letting locals lead you? Abruzzo culture, Abruzzo food, Abruzzo traditions discovered through local English-speaking interpreters! Whether you're a food [...]
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