There is no better way to brighten up and distance the memory of being cooped up during the pandemic than treating kids to some snowy sledging or snowshoe adventures in Abruzzo over the winter
Abruzzo’s purifying fire feste are legendary especially those lit in January to celebrate the Egyptian Saint Anthony Abbot and giving without asking
Don’t miss the chance to join the Marsican town of Collelongo’s traditional & very unique 4 century year old San’Antonio celebrations – songs, a glass or two of wine, a bowl of ‘cicerocchi’ and oranges!
Crunchy crushed focaccia are how some people describe Abruzzo’s pizza scima, (silly pizza), as they use its golden crust to dunk into some sausage and rape
The best of Abruzzo by event, sightseeing and food in January from the LifeInAbruzzo group. A positive mix and space of all nationalities that simply love Abruzzo
Abruzzo has a long history of vegan cuisine, here we talk restaurants & tempt tastebuds with Chef Santino Strizzi’s twist on Sagnette, Chickpeas & Fried Sweet Pepper
A fragrant all season ragu that lets Abruzzo’s Queen of cold cuts do all the hard work for you
Listen to a TV or Radio show with an Italian in it and you’d almost be surprised if he wasn’t called Tony, but do you know why or about Saint Anthony Abbot
Stuck with dreary tomatoes instead of a jar of sun-drenched pera d’Abruzzo tomatoes, here’s Annamaria’s aromatic pasta sauce recipe to give them life
Victory re-enactments come in all shapes and sizes across Abruzzo and Fara Filiorum Petri’s combustible one is one of the highlights. It is breathtakingly dramatic and very very loud, imagine 15 x 7 m high reed farchie interlaced with bangers being lit to celebrate an 18th-century defeat of the French!