Tuscany: Peasant Stew & the King of Tuscan Wines

Peposo Notturno: Peasant Stew It’s the early 1400’s, and you’re a poor worker, firing tiles for the magnificent Duomo inder construction in Florence.  The meat you can afford has gone around the bend, and you need to spice it heavily to make it palatable.  Also, it’s tough, so you’ll need to cook it for a … Continue reading

In Tuscany, Red Wine Pairs with Fish #ItalianFWT

Seaside in Italy Exploring Italy (virtually), we have been enjoying lots of meats and pasta.  It’s time to move to the coast!  In our #ItalianFWT twitter chat last month, the folks at ReDiscover Lambrusco gave me this advice: When you’re at a seaside restaurant, look at the wine at the tables.  If all the wine … Continue reading

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