Category Archives: Pecorino Romagna

Alpha Bieta and a Beta

Wherever I go I keep meeting up with Lucullus. Since friends acquired the artisan food company, Lucullus France, five or so years ago, I have built a romantic obsession with the man. The Véritable Lucullus – this foie gras mabré … Continue reading

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Posted in Best Pasta, IGP, London Street Markets, Pastificio G De Martlino, Pecorino Romagna, Real Italy, Simple Food, Southern Italy | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Lentils, Shiny Gold and Strong Hopes

‘Turn out the lights, the party’s over They say that, ‘All good things must end’ Let’s call it a night, the party’s over And tomorrow starts the same old thing again’ So sang Willie Nelson. One year ends and another … Continue reading

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Posted in AOC, Baccala, Blue Collar Gastronomy, Capon, Caponisation, Cheese, Chicken, Choucroute, Cipriani, DOP Basilico Genovese, Fermented Foods, Foie Gras, Fruits Glace, Game, Genoa, Harry's Bar, Label Rouge, Pecorino Romagna, Pesto alla Genovese, Pesto alla Genovese, pied de Porc, Polenta, Poulet, Poulet de Bresse, Poulet de Bresse, Poulet Fermier, Poulet Fermiers, Real Italy, Rice, Risotto, Salt Cod, Simple Food, Stocks and Stock Making, supermarkets, Trotters, Venice, Walk with Joy | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Local = KmØ

Who can read KMØ? I make it easier – Km-Zero. ‘Local’ has been a term to confuse as much as please – much other clichés like ‘authentic’, ‘fresh’, ‘natural’, ‘home made’ that fall like snake oil from the copywriter’s pen … Continue reading

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Posted in Apulia, Archaeology and Food, Aubergine, Basil, Blue Collar Gastronomy, Bread, Curing and Smoking, DOC, DOP, Eggplant, Farm Shops, Farmers Markets, Food Marketeers, Food of the Ancients, food politics, Hen's and Bantam's Eggs, Ice Cream & Gelato, melanzane, Nonna's Cooking, Organic Food, Origins of our food, Pecorino Romagna, Pork, Puglia, Puglia / Apulia, Pugliese, Real Italy, Southern Italy, supermarkets, Wild Food, Wild Funghi, Wine Making and Viticulture, Wines | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments