Do you know what luganega is? Have you ever heard of it? Have you ever tasted it? It can be commonly associated with the sausage, but with this it has some differences. Both are prepared to form a string, but while the luganega has a continuous narrow and long shape, the sausage is divided into...Read More
Sicilian gastronomy embodies the influences of the dominations, who lived on the island. From the cultivation of vineyards, olive trees, the introduction of almond sweets and honey by the Greeks, to the use of spices from the West Indies. Peppers, pumpkins, tomatoes, cocoa arrive in Sicily during the Spanish domination. The use of garlic fried...Read More
Modica, a small town in Sicily’s south-east, boasts among its cultural heritage a very special museum, the Modica Chocolate Museum, born with the aim of protecting and maintaining that knowledge linked to the city’s centuries-old chocolate tradition. The Modica Chocolate Museum was inaugurated in April 2014 and housed in the Palazzo della Cultura. Inside the...Read More
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