Have you ever wondered where the traditional remedy for a hangover comes from? It has a fascinating history that dates back to Rome, the Italic tribes of central Italy and Father’s Day!
Join Routes and More and Life In Abruzzo for a 1st Sunday experience in Abruzzo, on Sunday 7th November for a traditional olive harvest, eating in the groves and whisking our olives to the mill to taste and take home our green gold
Making your own olive oil soap and beauty products is flourishing in Abruzzo, there are some wonderful workshops to take part in if you visit and if you can’t here are 3 traditional natural recipes to try at home
Loreto Aprutino is hosting rather unusual August soirees this summer! Each Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday this stunning small town in Pescara offers evenings of art, food, wine, and aromatic walks through time in its picturesque urban landscape
Bocconotti Montoriesi are seductive rustic pastries that celebrate Abruzzo’s most acclaimed harvests around the former Roman small town of Montorio Val Vomano in Teramo
What would panzanella or its seasonal variants be without gorgeous olive oil, the key that unlocks and lets a dish’s ingredients bask and us to lap them up
It was almost a case of “olived-out” courtesy of the omnipresent olive-based conversations, that is until an olive sagra down in San Vincenzo Valle Roveto!
Roll over Dorothy, you may put on a pair of ruby slippers to get home, but for a quick hit of Abruzzo we uncork my neighbours olive oil
What would a holiday in Italy be without a trip to an Olive Oil Museum; particularly one as interesting as the Loreto Aprutino’s Museo dell’olio in Abruzzo