Category Archives: Pugliese

The Night I came Home in Lecce

When the remarkable bursts through to surprise after a day which began excitedly at 02h00, life again takes one of its funny turns. Food and cooking for me, when I eat out or I’m at at the stove, is about … Continue reading

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Stalking the Old Country

By Julia della Croce – a story teller, print & broadcast journalist and James Beard award-winning cookbook author and teacher. She lives on the west bank of the Hudson up river from New York City. Julia runs a cook school … Continue reading

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Posted in Anchovies, Apulia, Food travel, peasant cooking, Puglia, Puglia / Apulia, Pugliese, Real Italy, Southern Italy, Street Markets | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

‘Ere Ear, we’re making Orecchiette

The food ‘industry’, for that is what they call it as if to separate us further from our food, has a language of its own. One term they like is ‘mouth feel’. Good pasta is about mouth feel as much … Continue reading

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Posted in Apulia, Best Pasta, Blue Collar Gastronomy, DOP, Food travel, Latini, Lazio, Nonna's Cooking, Pastificio G De Martlino, Puglia, Puglia / Apulia, Pugliese, Real Italy, Southern Italy, Tomato Sauce for Pasta, Venice | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment