The crowds have thinned and the September weather is glorious. The markets overflow. It’s one of my favorite seasons to visit Italia.
It’s a fine time to settle into the region of Emilia-Romagna the culinary heart of Italia. Prosciutto and parmigiano come from Parma and Reggio. Balsamic vinegar has been made in Modena for centuries. Bologna’s fabulous food has earned it the nickname “La Grassa” (The Fat One).
Join me for a fabulous 8-day culinary tour September 23-30, 2012. We’ll pick you up at the Bologna airport and then take care of all the details so that you can just enjoy your culinary adventure in Italia. We start on the Adriatic coast and make our way to Bologna at a leisurely pace.
- Learn pasta-making from a real Sfoglina, a dying breed of dedicated pasta wizards
- Hunt wild mushrooms in the Apennine foothills
- Explore medieval villages and lesser-known food markets
- Taste parmigiano reggiano, prosciutto di parma and balsamic vinegar where they’re made
- Join home cooks and chefs for cooking demonstrations and hands-on classes featuring classic Emilia-Romagna dishes
- Savor the food at unique and inspired restaurants
My travel partner Vanessa DellaPasqua of Global Epicurean and I will be your hosts and your guides. Join us for a journey that will heighten your appreciation and deepen your understanding of Italy’s food culture. You’ll meet a bunch of wonderful Italians too. They’ll share their culinary wisdom and kitchen secrets with you.
Get all of the Emilia-Romagna culinary adventure details. The tour is limited to 24 people. It will be like family.