Welcome to the first Italian Food and Flavours Le Marche Sunday Quiz So how much do you know about Le Marche? We thought it would be fun to have an occasional Sunday “Le Marche” quiz to test yourself on your knowledge of different aspects of this beautiful and historic italian region, and maybe find out something […]
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Italian Food and Flavours Turbot, asparagus and courgette Turbot, asparagus and courgette is a lovely combination of light and delicate flavours and with the addition of traditional Le marche deep fried zucchini, there is the added interest of the crisp texture of the courgettes. Nowhere in Le Marche is far from the Adriatic and arguably the […]
Italian Food and Flavours torta di mele: apple cake recipe I remember a school trip around the Peak District in Derbyshire when I was about eight or nine. On the itinerary was a last stop for “high tea”. I had no idea what this entailed and to be honest still don’t quite know the difference between […]
Italian Food and Flavours Fava beans recipe This fava beans recipe is a perfect antipasti dish for a warm spring evening, the mix of flavours is something special. Serve on its own or on some good toasted bread with a glass of chilled prosecco. The first fava (broad beans) are now ready in the gardens […]
Italian Food and Flavours La Deposizione, La Chiesa Dell’Annunziata, Cossignano The descent from the cross, The Church of the Annunciation, Cossignano One of the great delights of visiting central Italy is the chance finding of outstanding public art work. Despite the world economic recession hitting Italy harder than most and despite Italy’s own well published […]