Eating & Drinking


Here’s how we celebrate World Pasta Day in Abruzzo. We applaud the pasta makers, take a wistful look back on all the pasta we’ve recently eaten in Abruzzo and the technique of making the not-quite-so-well-known pasta alla mugnaia!

With Autumn’s arrival, it’s time to turn on the oven and get back into making bread like focaccia that doesn’t make too much of a dent on an electric bill. This much-loved gluten-free focaccia recipe by Lindsay Heller is perfect for decorating as her latest Autumn bake shows off!

Did you know Atri was name-checked by Pliny as a famous city of wine?  A reputation that grew not just from the fabulous grapes that were cultivated in its surrounding foothills close to the Adriatic, but relied on its superb amphorae that used the clay of the calanchi

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